Lifestyle, To do list, Travel, Uncategorized

Brunching in Budapest

As much as I like to arrive at a place armed with a list of recommended eateries to try (yes, I am that person who will happily stalk local cafes and restaurants on Instagram for weeks prior to a trip), I am actually very pretty good at finding those hidden gems too. I like to try… Continue reading Brunching in Budapest

Lifestyle, Travel, Uncategorized

Hello Hungary

Finally home again, after the most relaxing week in Budapest. We went Tuesday -  Saturday and rocked up with a pretty loose itinerary of sightseeing spots and cafes/restaurants, but I’d be lying if I said we hadn’t planned to involve some form of daily massage or spa trip... Hard life ey 😉 Keeping a keen eye on… Continue reading Hello Hungary

Lifestyle, love, psychology, self-development, Technology, Uncategorized

On celebrating ourselves: I made it into a magazine!

I've never been particularly vocal about success or one to enjoy self-promotion, and inherently I have tended to downplay my achievements at risk of being perceived as self-important. I was taught to be humble and let evidence speak for itself, hence I let my actions speak louder than my words and I let the proof… Continue reading On celebrating ourselves: I made it into a magazine!

Advice, Behaviour, Health, Lifestyle, psychology, self-development, Uncategorized

Why I didn’t make any resolutions this year and feel better than ever

Every January I get swept up in the New year New me hype and consequently end up making some ridiculous resolutions along the lines of cutting back or banning certain things. Last year it was sugar-free and whilst I generally did feel great for the mini detox (especially after a typically unhealthy December), I needlessly… Continue reading Why I didn’t make any resolutions this year and feel better than ever

Behaviour, Digital, Lifestyle, psychology, self-development, Technology, Uncategorized

Do you have phone addiction? My thoughts about a digital detox

On average we check our phones 150 times a day and either swipe, tap or click over 4000 times a day. Since the introduction of smartphones over the last decade research shows that our attention spans have reduced to being no greater than that of a goldfish.  I for one am not suprised by these statistics. Unfortunately the times… Continue reading Do you have phone addiction? My thoughts about a digital detox