A Sunny, Sunday Walk

Pretty buildings and a beautiful sunny day = the perfect walk. I had wanted to get out the house and get some fresh air and I love going for walks, and as it was a lovely warm sunny day (hopefully this weather actually stays now!), we went to Aylesford Priory. I’m always looking for new places to go, and am…

The Harry Potter Day

Beginning of last August, I finally managed to get my hands on some Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets (both part 1 and 2). Fast forward 9 months and we finally got to see the plays! I was so stupidly excited – Harry Potter has always been a favourite of mine since I was about 10, and even now 15 years…

48 Hours In Paris: Day 3

Friday and our last day, which once we had got up, had breakfast and checked out, we only had about 4-5 hours left until we needed to be at the station to get the train home. Once again, the weather surprised me, the sun was out, albeit behind clouds at times and the temperature warm, so we headed back down towards…

48 Hours In Paris: Day 2

Thursday morning, I looked out the window to find blue skies and the sun shining. Having been panicking the whole week before, and constantly checking the weather apps to see that they had forecast rain on Thursday and Friday, I was so happy to see the sun. And it stayed out until early afternoon, where it did become…

48 Hours In Paris: Day 1

On Wednesday, we went to Paris for three days. We packed a lot in (to what was actually 52 hours, 48 sounded better!) and we ended up walking around 43km (62,000 steps!) over the three days. We arrived at half 11 that morning, having got the Eurostar from Ebbsfleet in Kent, so the train journey was only two hours…

Save the Date

I never realised how difficult designing for yourself could be. Ever since we got engaged, I knew that I was going to be doing all the stationery for our wedding, I was so excited about it. A year and a half later, I’ve finally (with help from Paul, of course) created a Save the Date to send out to our guests.…

Walk in the Woods

As we’re off to Paris on Wednesday (so excited!), we’ve been trying to spend as little money as possible so that we can make the most of our trip, so today we went for a walk in some woods nearby, to get out the house and so zero money spent! Was a little naughty though, I did trest myself to a new…

Sweeps Festival

Rochester, a beautiful and historical town in Kent not far from where we live, always holds various festivals throughout the year, every year. Most notably is the Dickens Festival as it was one of Charles Dickens’ favourite places, having grown up nearby in Chatham. But this Bank Holiday weekend, the Sweeps…

The Floral Collection

Who doesn’t love some pretty flowers? I realised I had accumulated a fair few photos of pretty florals so thought I’d do a little post.

A Day at the Zoo

Over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, we went to the zoo with the family. It was a lovely day out, a bit chilly in the morning but the sun came out by the afternoon. I’d never been before, and was intrigued by the safari, where we all get on a truck and get driven round to look at the animals. Although we saw…

Canterbury Cathedral

Today, we went to Canterbury. We got some free tickets for Canterbury Cathedral courtesy of Kent’s Big Weekend (was hoping we’d get the Howletts Zoo one!) so decided to make a day of it, see the Cathedral (I’ve never been there despite having visited Canterbury a lot), shop a bit and get some lunch.…