To mark this Mother’s Day, I have asked some of the other mums in my life what advice their mums have passed on the them and what they hope to pass on to their baby.
I originally wrote this post back in 2016, but looking at it again today all of these point still hold as true as ever! London is one of my true loves: she never lets me down – in fact now I have a baby she is holding my hand more than ever! She always fascinates and engages me and looks beautiful at all times of day, whatever the weather. So here it is again: 10 reasons I love this city.
It’s really easy to take various elements of your life for granted. Whether it’s your home, job, friends or even the city you live in, you can get so bogged down in day-to-day life that you stop seeing the wood for the trees. You may see the beauty in other places but overlook all of the amazing things right on your doorstep. You may praise the art, architecture, cafe culture or music scene in another city but then fail to acknowledge how great all of those things are in the place that you live.
So this week I’ve been slowing down and taking the time to really appreciate the city I live in.
Whether you are a fellow Londoner or just thinking of coming for a visit, I wanted to share some of my favourite elements of London with you (and I’ll admit to cheating and squishing lots in to…
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This week I rediscovered my pregnancy series: photographs of my changing body throughout the course of my pregnancy. I was pleased to find that I'd recorded almost every week, from week 12 to the day I gave birth.
When the opportunity arose for me to interview Made in Hackney founder, Sarah Bentley, on her thoughts on raising a plant-based family as well has her role at the centre of London's thriving organic, local, plant-based food movement, I obviously jumped at the chance. For those unfamiliar with Sarah's work, she is one of the [...]
Being a mum of a seven-month-old girl, 3am is a time that I’ve seen quite a lot of, of late. It also happens to be the time when my brain kicks into overdrive and I start thinking of all of the things that I need/could/would like to/or plan to do. It was during one such [...]
Located on the edge of the beautiful Cotswolds, just 20 minutes’ drive from Bath, 15 minutes from the National Trust village of Lacock and a short walk to the local, picturesque village of Bradford-on-Avon, Woolley Grange promised a luxury, family-friendly holiday in a beautiful Jacobean manor house.