Christmas santa dog outfit

Christmas at Home: A Photo Diary

I just got back from a great week at my mum’s home in Lincolnshire for Christmas. It was also her birthday, so I headed up a few days earlier to go for dinner and spend a little time chilling out. It was so nice to finally spend a little bit of time with my brother,… Read More »

Villa Martorellet, Cala San Vicente, Majorca

Christmas in the Sun

I have always wanted to spend a Christmas in the sun. Having lived in Spain and Costa Rica, you would think that I would have managed it once, but no. I always flew home to see my family which meant having to embrace cold weather. I don’t necessarily know whether I’ll enjoy spending christmas in the… Read More »

brownie cookies

Christmas Baking Recipes

A few weeks ago, I was invited by Betty Crocker to play with some easy Christmas baking recipes. After bumping into a couple of my baking buddies and making a couple more, we set about making a truly awesome array of Christmas goodies. The event was in celebration of the release of their new Betty… Read More »


10 Things I learned at IABUK’s Social Shakeup

A couple of weeks ago, I was at Social Media Week London and one of the most exciting events that I popped along to was the Internet Advertising Bureau UK’s Social Shake Up!, showcasing some of the best social media campaigns this year from the managers behind them. Up first was Martina Mattioni of TMW talking… Read More »

beetroot juice

Setting Health and Fitness Goals

I was recently invited by Legacy Sportswear to set myself 4 health and fitness-related goals for a month as part of their ‘Leave Your Legacy’ challenge. Health and fitness is obviously something very important to me, so it really was a great excuse to set some simple concrete goals for October. I ran my half… Read More »

flourless chocolate cake

Mexican Cooking Class with Old El Paso

I love a good cooking class, especially with a group of bloggers all on the same page (“Wait! Has everyone got a picture of that before we stick a fork in?!”) and level (“err… what are we doing?!”). A couple of weeks ago it was Mexican Independence Day and Old El Paso invited a group of… Read More »