I’m new to this whole travel blogger malarky and to be honest, I never thought I’d be here. I was always under the impression that travel bloggers were made of money, or simply freelancers being sent here there and everywhere by the top travel brands. That would NEVER be me, so I ruled out writing about something I am truly passionate about without thinking twice. However,  since braving the change of focus for my blog I have noticed that I was actually under a huge misconception: you don’t actually have to be jetting off to a foreign country every week…

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I know, I know, I live in the West Midlands – how can I be a London insider? Well, if I haven’t mentioned it enough times, I used to live in London for University. I spent four amazing years there studying and *trying* to find a graduate job before moving back to my hometown, Telford. As you can imagine four years of living in the big smoke has given me enough time to explore all of the main attractions several times, meaning I can give you the low down on my faves. Guide to London Attractions Depending on how long…

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I’ve mentioned recently that I have well and truly been bitten by the travel bug and with that, comes a whole load of planning. Being the ambitious person I am I have decided to set myself a little travel goal. I want to visit 30 countries before I turn 30 on the 23rd December 2022. I’ve already visited 11 countries, so that gives me 5 and a half years to visit a further 19. Considering EVERYWHERE I have planned for this year (and incl USA next year) I have already been to at least once – I think I have…

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Lately, weekends seem to be going a lot quicker than they should. I literally blink and bam, it’s over and I’m back at my desk again. I know I can’t slow down time (where’s Bernard’s watch when you need it?) but I have vowed to start making the most of my weekends and travelling around on UK day trips as much as I can. The first place I’ve started with: the stunningly picturesque Chester. My Mum told me that I have definitely been when I was younger but I don’t remember any of it, so it was like walking around…

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I have a little confession – I have well and truly been bitten by the travel bug. One look at my blog or my Instagram and you can probably tell, right? I’ve always loved travelling and have tried to see and do as much as I can (time and money permitting), but at the start of this year I didn’t have any immediate plans to be jetting off at least once a month as I have been since February. Instead, I had actually planned to work on my own personal and professional growth. Sensible, right? For some unknown reason, I didn’t actually…

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