Channeling Marilyn

With the death of Bert Stern last week (I truly believe that his photography isn’t acknowledged enough amongst young people these days) I was reminded of that infamous shoot he did with Marilyn… Continue reading

Revision breaks with a pencil

Revising is a long haul and to relax my mind I like to sketch. So I thought I would share with you some of the work I’ve produced so far…      

Food is motivation…

As college has now officially finished and I’m totally integrated into the study-leave period I’ve decided (in true Monty Python style) to seriously try and look on the bright side of life. I’m… Continue reading

Patisserie Takes Some Skill…

I’ve always enjoyed making macarons because I tend to find them surprisingly easy and they’re always a crowd pleaser. I tend to stick to the chocolate-based flavours since it’s the most universal (I… Continue reading

French Kitchen

Today I had scheduled in a whole day of French revision and homework – a four page essay on the book we’re studying, Oh No! But I’m not a very focused person, at… Continue reading

The 90s Blow-Dry

My hair is crazy, it’s super curly underneath and whispy on top. Totally infuriating. So I tend to blow-dry it in order to get around all the combing and straightening in the early… Continue reading

May Days and Birthdays

Being a May baby meant only one thing as a child – sunny birthday parties in the garden. I might be a little too old for treasure hunts and picnics now but the… Continue reading

Spring’s Summer Pasta

{Summer Pasta} After watching this interview with Robyn Lawley the other day in which she makes her Spicy Sunset Fetuccini, I’m not going to lie, I’ve been craving it ever since. My Mum… Continue reading

Inspired ! – Robyn Lawley

I am absolutely obsessed with Australian plus-size model Robyn Lawley at the moment – she’s just stunning! At 23 she’s taken the fashion world by storm gracing the covers of Australian Vogue, French… Continue reading

Indulgence Sundays

{This PB banana bagel was what got me out of bed at 8am this morning} I’ve always imagined having Sunday set aside as the day where I specifically do nothing. Obviously that never… Continue reading