Tapas, sunshine, cheap wine and late nights; five delicious days of fun-filled exploration around the Spanish capital.
I absolutely adore plants and flowers; one day I want to live in a house so botanical it feels almost like a jungle; so you can imagine my excitement when I was lucky enough to be offered a free ticket to the Chelsea Flower Show in, you’ve guessed it, Chelsea.
The second instalment of my Monthly Roundup series is coming a little earlier than planned because i’m actually spending the final day of May on a plane to Madrid (!), and i’ve still got so much to do before that, so I thought i’d get it out early rather than late. Oh how productive I am.
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week, and after a long time deliberating whether or not to write properly about my funny little brain, this feels like the right time to be honest, open, and help to end the stigma around mental health.
The fourth month of 2018 is almost up, brace yourself for Justin Timberlake memes from every corner of the internet over the coming days. I thought i’d start writing monthly overviews, partly because its nice to look back on the highs (and maybe lows) of each month, and partly because i’m nosy as shit and love reading them, so I figured you, dear reader, might feel the same way.
Hi, i’m Hannah. I’m a 25 year-old London-dweller who loves cats and plants very much. My favourite foods are pizza and pasta, although I almost never allow myself to eat them, and my day job involves me knowing an awful lot about pensions. I have a boyfriend of three and a bit years, and I moan about the cost of living more than I moan about anything else. I like to talk about politics and take photos of pretty people, places and objects. One day I hope to live in a beautiful, sunny place, with my boyfriend, my sixteen cats, and my umpteen breeds of tropical plant. Jury’s still out on kids. Wbu?
I have just returned from a blissful four day break in The Hague, Netherlands. The Hague is around 40 minutes to an hour on the train from Amsterdam, and is half an hour from the airport. It’s the third biggest city in the Netherlands, following Amsterdam (of course) and Rotterdam. The Hague is home to the Netherland’s parliament, and as such hosts many “important” buildings and museums (of which I visited none…).