Guide to Milan

Last week I travelled to Italy with my mum, dad and brother and our first destination was Milan, the capital of Lombardy and with around 1,400,000 people it is the second most populated city in Italy after Rome. Milan welcomes around eight million overseas visitors […]

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Primark Purchases

Earlier on I was in Primark to check out some of their new autumn and winter pieces and I was really impressed by some of the items that were there. The first thing that I picked up was a white roll neck jumper which cost […]

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Apple & Rhubarb Crumble Recipe

Apple and rhubarb crumble whether its combined with both apple and rhubarb or separate is such a classic dessert that always tastes great. I don’t normally have dessert but with the nights drawing in and seeming more wintery, I decided to make a warm and […]

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Greek Getaway

This summer I went on holiday to Crete which is the largest island in Greece and it is the fifth largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. The weather was the perfect temperature and there was a slight breeze which was great because I would probably […]

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Time for Tweed

As you might already know, I really love tweed. Just take a look at my Tweed Wishlist and you will see what I mean. Tweed is becoming more and more popular and it is now becoming easier to find tweed style clothes on the high […]

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Bees Keep on Bumbling

Many of us find bees irritating and think that all they do is sting people but this could not be further from the truth. In actual fact, bees play a very important role in our environment. At the moment the bee population is declining. The […]

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