Traditional Britain summed up in 5 Greeting Cards

           Wandering through the Christmas Market in the grounds of Winchester’s atmospheric Cathedral, I stumbled across a wood hut selling the cutest paintings in a very particular style. They depict […]

Postcard of the Week: Brighton

         Brighton possesses all of the trademarks of a city that’s past its glory days. Its grand Victorian townhouses overlooking the sea are dirty and desperately in need of a new […]

6 Months of The Well-Travelled Postcard

          Today marks 6 months since my first post, The Beauty of a Postcard, on 13th June 2012. I cannot believe it has flown so quickly and I’m pleased to […]

Postcard of the Week: Bosham

        This has to be one of my favourite ever postcards. “Bosham?” I hear you say? “Where the hell is Bosham?” Well my friends, for those of you who haven’t had […]

The Scottish Dancing Season Is Upon Us

           Winter is well and truly upon us and unless you’re a particular fan of the cold, most of your hobbies will have moved indoors. And with the winter comes the […]

Postcard of the Week: Thai Islands

         Everything you’ve heard about the Thai islands… it’s all true. It is literally paradise. The degree of paradise you find yourself in depends on a few key things: the company […]

The First Month’s Salary

          So you’ve done all the hard work and finally said goodbye to application forms and pre-interview nerves. You’ve got the job and you’ve even survived the first month. We’re […]

Postcard of the Week: Athens

The Parthenon in the Acropolis in Athens conjures up images of the Ancient Greek Gods and all their crazy exploits. The word ‘acropolis’ in Greek means ‘high city’ and there […]