Mince pies are everywhere at this time of year, but even so, homemade ones never fail to impress. This recipe originally hails from a Christmas cookery course my mother took before I was born. Naturally,…
My house is very marmite, if it isn’t still under construction, I’ve painted it a eye-searing colour or littered it with kitsch tat. However, every time someone comes to my kitchen for the first time…
Before I moved last year, I did a giant declutter. Less to pack = less to pay to move = less to unpack at the other end. Win-win! However, I really didn’t want to just throw hundreds of individual items directly into the bin, so I tried to make a conscious effort to get rid of things sustainably.
Since I moved out of London I’ve gone from spending less than £10 a week on my commute to paying ten times that. There’s not much you can do to knock the price down, but here are a few sneaky tips I’ve picked up.
Now, I know I’m not the most eco person out there. But I’m trying. I thought that if I wanted to make a dent on all the plastic I throw out on a yearly basis, the best things to target are the things I throw out on the daily.
How I managed to see a play at a well-known London venue, and have a meal out for only £10. Plus, more tips to get cheap London theatre and restaurants.
Anthropologie is as well known for its high prices as it is for its gemstone coasters and alphabet mugs. But at the end of the day, it’s owned by Urban Outfitters, so it’s hard to understand why it’s so expensive. Here are my tips for making the most of your money at Anthropologie.
All of the best things I’ve found on the internet this month. In April we’ve got interiors ideas for renters, tiny kitchens and a fabulous Facebook group.
Love to cook? It’s time to sort out your cupboards so you can avoid food waste and make the most of the ingredients you already have.
Want to meet my new cat Lola? Also, find out how much it costs to adopt a cat or kitten from Cats Protection, and what you need when it first arrives.