Considering I only live a few hours away by train, I’ve actually only ever visited Liverpool twice in my entire life. Once was a school trip where we walked around the Tate art gallery all day, and the second was a recent blogger’s event where I went from the train station to the venue, then back to the station again. There’s so much more to Liverpool I need to see.  In my vow to visit more UK cities, I think Liverpool is definitely top of the list as it’s somewhere I’ve always wanted to explore more. I’ve seen so many…

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I know, I know, this is kind of last minute but Father’s Day is just around the corner and if you’re anything like me, no matter how hard you try to plan you still end up getting something last minute. I’m the same with Birthday’s, Christmas and Mother’s Day. No matter how hard I try to plan in advance, I fall flat on my face and spend hours the day before trying to find the perfect gift. I’m not going to lie, a couple of times I have absolutely nailed it and bought the best gifts ever, but 90% of…

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This morning on Timehop I got a notification telling me that it was five years ago to the day that I booked my solo flights to America for four months. I was 19 and looking to go on an adventure between my first and second year, so I couldn’t think of anywhere better to go than California.  That beiTravelling on your own shouldn’t be limited to your gap year. Going solo allows complete self-indulgence – you decide on the location and itinerary, so no compromises to be made there. It also requires self-reliance, but provided you plan well in advance…

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When I was younger I was scared of absolutely everything, especially when it came to transport and travel. Hard to believe now huh? I’d cry at the thought of going up a mountain, I’d cry every time we drove through the countryside and the thought of going on a plane, boat or even a Ferris wheel made me feel sick to my stomach. I’ve definitely conquered most of my fears over the last ten years, however, there are still so many I still need to overcome including theme park rides, speed boats, cable cars and driving. I always remember my…

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I’m not going to lie, May has been a pretty uneventful month for me in comparison to the rest of the year. The start of the month was quite a quiet one and I spend most of the first Bank Holiday working on either the house or my blog. 🇳🇱 A Weekend in Amsterdam On the 5th May I made my way to Birmingham Airport for a very uncomfortable night’s sleep and two café chairs pushed together. It was all worth it though, because before I knew it I was on my way to Amsterdam for a three-day trip with Ashton,…

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