Autumnal Pumpkin Soup

Autumn is about to officially be upon us, despite the fact that it has been cold for a month already. Autumn is my favourite season, it's cold but not too cold; the colour scheme in nature is gorgeous and let's not forget the cosy food! A few weeks ago it was a particularly chilly day…

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August Favourites

August was a ridiculously busy month and I feel as though I'm going to have to spend any free time in September just catching up on sleep and trying to find a way to get back into my routine. I did manage to see, do and hear a bunch of great new things that I…

One Week – Four Cities

At the start of this month I took my first ever solo holiday which was a HUGE step for me! It is ridiculous how nerve-racking I found the idea of travelling alone, considering that I travelled 22 hours alone; when I moved to the other side of the world; to an unfamiliar town; where I…

Souvenir Haul…

I have just returned from a whirlwind week of city hopping and you can rest assured that I'll be telling you all about that when I have more time. Unfortunately, I've been thrown straight back into a full-time work routine for this week so the stories of my adventures will have to wait. For now…

My Bucket List

After my Mid-Year Review post last month I got to thinking about what I want to achieve in life both now and in the future. I decided to compile a little bucket list in one place because for years I have had countless bucket lists all spread out in multiple notebooks. Below is a list…

DIY | Pressed Wildflowers

As autumn approaches and the wonderful wildflowers begin to wither I thought I'd take the opportunity to preserve this bit of spring. Flower pressing is a technique I learnt 12 years ago on a family holiday visiting my Austrian grandparents. I have always had a fascination with flowers and after picking more wildflowers than I…