6 months into the pandemic – a quick life update (September 2020)
September is typically a month of reflection and resolution-setting for me. Normally there’s a special energy and vitality that comes after a slower, more indulgent summer, and my brain jumps […]
How I trained for my first Olympic Triathlon in Jersey, the Channel Islands
The other day I stumbled upon this interview that I gave to the Bailiwick Express about my experience as a first-time triathlete at the Jersey Olympic Triathlon in June 2019: consisting […]
A sunny winter’s day out at Windsor Castle
Many moons ago in 2012, while I was debating where to live in London for the very first time, my wonderful grandmother threw a curve ball into the mix by […]
8 reasons why Earlsfield is a great place to live in London
When I’m not travelling, and in between my various stints abroad, I live in London. And what a city it is! It’s the biggest city in Europe and one that […]
Graduating from my Master’s degree at long last!
This Friday 29th November 2019 I will graduate from my Double Master’s degree in European Politics and Society – a degree I started way back in September 2016 at the […]
My Guide to Summiting the Three Peaks: at a leisurely pace, rather than in 24-hours
The Three Peaks are the highest points of the three countries that comprise Great Britain: Ben Nevis in Scotland (1,345m), Snowdon in Wales (1,085m) and Scafell Pike im England (978m). […]
The Very Best of Covent Garden’s Hidden Gems
This month marks the 7-year anniversary of my very first move to London, back in 2012 as a fresh graduate. Over the last 7 years I’ve explored all four corners […]
How did I do with my “30 before 30” list?
Last month I turned 30! I marked it with this blog post looking back on my big pre-30 travel goals, and a black-tie murder mystery party for 30 of my […]