LIVERPOOL MINI BREAK

Last weekend it was the boyfriend’s birthday and so we celebrated with a family meal, a gig and a weekend away in Liverpool. Liverpool is one of my favourite cities to explore, we went last year and both fell in love with its charm and atmosphere and couldn’t wait to go back again. THURSDAY /…

HUMBER STREET SESH 2017

This weekend the boyfriend and I attended the annual Humber Street Sesh which takes place in and around Hull’s Marina and Fruit Market. Humber Street Sesh is a celebration of the very best emerging bands and acts from across the Humber region. Over 200 acts performed across 14 stages in just one day, Humber Street…

MY STYLE EVOLUTION

I thought I’d try something a little bit different, self-deprecating and fun for this post. This isn’t my first blog, I previously had one over on blogger or blogspot which was mainly ‘style’ related, I thought it would be fun to revisit my old blogging platform and recoil in embarrassment at the posts and photos….

7 GOALS FOR MY FUTURE

It’s coming towards the end of July (how already!?), which means over half the year has passed! Since 7 months have already passed this post is dedicated to 7 goals I have set for my future, because sometimes it’s good to write them down and this way I can look back and tick them off…

HOW TO SURVIVE A LONG DISTANCE RELATIONSHIP

  I have now surpassed the one and a half year mark with my boyfriend, this might not seem a lot for some but for me it’s a big deal. I’m an insecure, overthinking, self-deprecating mess so pre-boyf it was easier for me to ghost, ignore, outright avoid any boy that wanted anything more than…

SUNDAY FUNDAY – EXPLORING PAPER CITY

Over this weekend just gone I passed my theory driving test (yey), visited many a person and yet again spent another Sunday in the City of Culture. There is an art exhibit called Paper City taking place around and about the Fruit Market area of Hull until the 9th July – celebrating colour and the…

SUNDAY FUNDAY: CULTURE & GIN

This weekend just gone was a fairly chilled affair, Saturday was visiting people and some gym work in the garden. On Sunday I had a little bit of a lie in, made some tasty cheesy scrambled eggs and then took Ruby the springerdoodle out for a walk with the other half in the local countryside;…

THE STONE ROSES; BUCKET HATS, LEMONS & GIN.

  I grew up more or less on a diet of music my dad introduced me to. During my early formative years Britpop played on the radio and car journeys were filled with the sound of Manic Street Preachers, REM, Oasis and Pulp. Over the years my dad has introduced me to a number of…