As soon as I heard about the Lush Spa treatments at the Nottingham bloggers’ event, I knew I wanted in.
You know that feeling when you’re just a little fed up of your city, and fancy a change for a day? That was us the other weekend. So we bundled ourselves into the car and headed to nearby Lincoln for a bit of something different.
Finding things to do in London can be overwhelming – it’s fair to say you’re spoilt for choice. Here’s a neat little itinerary we tried out recently – perfect if you just have one day in the capital.
When I learnt Spanish at school, technology didn’t play much of a part. Doing listening exercises from CDs and visiting the BBC Bitesize website was as technological as it got.
Fast forward a fair few years and I’m picking up my Spanish again, but this time there are so many creative ways to practise. Here are some of my favourites.
You might think life is for living, but if you had a blog you would know that life is for posting about. No day out, meal or holiday is safe. It’s time to stop living, and start curating.
Lego has just been named the world’s most powerful brand, which is lucky for the Harley Gallery as it is currently hosting its second Lego exhibition. This time wonders of the world are getting the colourful brick treatment, whether that be the Great Wall of China or more everyday wonders such as the internet and airports.
Brick Wonders isn’t a huge exhibition, but it’s free to enter and you will definitely leave with a smile on your face. Don’t miss the intricate model of Old London Bridge, packed full of life just like it would have been all those years ago. The biggest model is the airport, where you can see all the hustle and bustle of arrivals and departures in miniature.
The thing is, I’ve realised something about goals. Goals make you feel bad.