L’Ivre De Cuisine – Brussels, Belgium

The main reasons we visited Brussels were that 1) my cousins lived there so we couldn’t miss an opportunity to visit the city before they moved and 2) to spend a weekend away for Andrew’s birthday. Birthdays mean of course celebrations which for us usually translate into one tasty dinner. After settling at my cousin’s […]

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Beer tasting in Brussels

Andrew and I went to Brussels this weekend to celebrate his birthday. In order to make it a weekend to remember, and to fit in a few celebratory drinks, I booked a beer tasting event as a gift. I went for the one organised by Sanderman’s New Europe as the reviews were really good. We […]

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A Sunday afternoon in Herne Hill

Last weekend Andrew and I wanted to make the most of the sunshine as it seems the warm weather may be leaving us soon and the normal British summer weather will resume shortly (read rainy and cold). Exploring a new part of London is one of our favourite hobbies so we thought we would find […]

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200 blog posts – A lot has changed

In October 2017 I wrote my 100th blog post where I explained my blogging journey from needing a creative outlet to creating a blog and not blogging to finally taking it a bit more seriously. So where am I 100 posts later? I thought I would give you an update as A LOT has changed! […]

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5 great housewarming gift ideas

A lot of our friends are moving at the moment which means that we have had a fair amount of housewarming gifts to purchase. You know me I love to contribute to any interior decor so I have selected 5 gift ideas to impress any host while helping them decorate their new home. Lucky me,I […]

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Arlo & Moe – London

I touched on it a couple of times (and I will a lot more into details very soon) I decided to go freelance earlier this year. This has been a major professional change which comes with some challenges and many benefits, one of them being to be able to work from lovely places like Arlo […]

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Picasso 1932 – Tate Modern – London

This week Andrew and I took the opportunity offered by his company to access one of London’s most popular exhibitions on at the moment: Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy. This is the first Picasso-only exhibition organised at the Tate Modern and reviews have been excellent so we couldn’t not go. I didn’t do much […]

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