48 hours in Copenhagen

At the end of May,  me and Alex visited Copenhagen for a long weekend. Personally, it was the perfect amount of time, as we saw everything we wanted to see!  Although expensive, it's definitely one of my favourite cities I've travelled too, and would recommend it to anyone who wants a cultural city break!

We stayed in the most gorgeous, minimalistic Air B&B, which was so good for the money. I think we paid £80 each in total for flights and accommodation, it was just the actual food/drink that was pricey when we arrived. We definitely got the Scandi vibe from it, and it had everything we needed and was located in Norrebro, which is pretty central and quite 'hipster'. 


What does your home say about you?

Julian Charles

For everyone who knows me, they know Autumn and Winter are my favourite seasons. I love cosy/hygge vibes, warm colours and a hella' lot of candles, fairy lights and blankets.  Even in the Summer, I've always got throws on the bed and my fairy lights on, I guess it calms me and is very 'me'. Weirdly, I've had a lot of comments about my home decor, saying 'this is very you'; which got me thinking - does your home reflect your personality? 


A day trip to the Foodies Festival, Birmingham

If you know me well, you know I like food. And alcohol. Quite a bit. Therefore, I’m inclined to go to any event which has any of these things…

As you can imagine, I was thrilled when I was invited to the Foodies Festival* in Birmingham. I booked my train right away, and off I went!  The weather was absolutely glorious, which really topped off the day. I mean, food and cocktails in the sun. What’s not to like?
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