Why we should embrace boredom

Our generation has an obsession with doing as much as possible, all the time. It’s like the more busy and stressed out you are, the more you’re “winning” at life. This coronavirus quarantine has got me thinking about the flaws with this way of thinking, why we should change it, and also how we can…

I Lived Like A 1950s Housewife For A Week

I’ve been wanting to try this out for the past couple years, and I figured lockdown during Covid-19 was the perfect time: taking the rough schedule of a 50s housewife and seeing what living that life is like. Of course, life would have been different for everyone in this era, but I wanted to try…

10-minute Gnocchi in a creamy white wine sauce

Spending a lot of time pasta-less at home has given me a chance to think up some new recipes. First up was a spur of the moment decision today which turned out so amazing that I felt I needed to share it! I’m not even kidding it was like having restaurant food at home, and…

Self-isolation activities [Coronavirus style]

In case you have been living under a rock, there’s this disease called Covid-19 that is quickly infecting the nation and slowly ruining everyone’s plans and social life. The advice for many has been to “self-isolate”, and if you haven’t already received this particular piece of advice the chances are you will in the coming…

Guide to Seville

I spent last weekend in Seville and it was such a beautiful city that I wanted to post a list of all the things I’d recommend doing while there. Below are all my top spots!   The Sights Real Alcázar de Sevilla This palace, otherwise known as Dorne from Game of Thrones, was UN-Real (ha…

I used to be a Cool Girl

If you’re unfamiliar with the term “Cool Girl”, I can highly recommend watching this video before reading the rest of this post – it’s incredibly well done and explains the trope really well, with lots of examples. A Cool Girl is basically someone who embodies typical male traits (gobbles down burgers and hot dogs, drinks…

Springtime Resolutions

I don’t do New Years’ Resolutions. Never have, probably never will. They’re almost doomed to fail; their die-hard nature, the miserable time of year, the fact that they often involve a period of restraint and not-very-fun following a period of parties and overeating and what is for many people the biggest night out of the…