[AD] Recently I was invited for an evening of mindfulness and conversation to mark Wagamama’s partnership with mental health charity Mind at Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth.
This was a gifted dinner but, all opinions are my own otherwise what’s the point?! You can’t buy my opinion and I firmly believe talking about mental health and that breaking the stigma surrounding it is very important!
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Henry and I celebrated five years together with a rather sumptuous meal at The Florist.
Take a look at this Bristol foodie hotspot and its beautiful Instagram worthy interior! Continue reading “Anniversary dinner at The Florist in Bristol”
For the past few years I’ve looked back so I am able to look forward. I think it’s a good way to end the last 12 months and get an idea of what I want to achieve for the year ahead. So this is the third round up post I’ve done on New Years Eve that contains all my blog posts from the past year.
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Let the festivities continue! Hello cold turkey, party games and getting time to try out those gifts you received yesterday! If you’re nursing a sore head, grab some breakfast and get hydrated – there’s fun still to be had and mince pies to be eaten!
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Cheers! Bright Lights Big City wishes you all
a very merry Christmas!
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Who doesn’t like the spirit of the moment? Thanks to restrictions lifted by the government we’re all enjoying a gin resurgence and the industry is booming.
We have a lovely collection of gin but a few ropey old bottles have remained in our alcohol cupboard for far longer than I care to admit.
I love making my own gin infusions and I shamelessly stole this idea from a friend who shared her recipe with me on Instagram. This is a great way to make a plain gin something special and worthwhile drinking. It also would make a great gift, two years ago I made earl grey gin which went down very well with all who received it.
Here’s how I made it, it’s really simple and will make you look like a domestic goddess, Nigella eat your heart out!
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I’ve gone wreath mad this year, I’ve already got three up and I am planning a fourth if I have time!
I made my first proper foliage wreath this year thanks to Teacups and Tutus in Southampton who hosted a Christmas wreath workshop with cuttings supplied by Sweet Pea Florists.
Take a look at this festive class and the wreath I created that’s now hung on the door.
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Oh no she didn’t! Oh yes she did! This year’s Christmas Pantomime at the Mayflower Theatre* is Dick Whittington and it’s a real cracker, full of innuendo and proper belly laughs!
I joined the Southampton Bloggers for an evening of festive fun, here’s a review of the show and my experience.
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