Travel-Related Lockdown Activities to Fuel Your Wanderlust

A lot has changed in the past month. Many of us have seen travel plans cancelled or postponed indefinitely.
With that in mind, I’ve found some alternative ways to fuel my wanderlust. Here are some of my favourite travel-related lockdown activities to get you exploring the world from the comfort of your own home. … More Travel-Related Lockdown Activities to Fuel Your Wanderlust

10 Tips for Working Remotely Like a Pro

With Europe and beyond going on full lockdown, many people are now looking to work remotely for the first time. Having worked remotely from sunbed scribblings to building spreadsheets from my local coffee shop, I’m going to miss the freedom of picking my work up wherever I like but with social distancing and working during the lockdown looming, I thought I would offer some of my top 10 tried and tested tips for working from home. … More 10 Tips for Working Remotely Like a Pro

Exploring Portmeirion, Wales

Nestled on a quaint estuary along the west coast of North Wales, Portmeirion is a life-sized vision of the architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis. Wander the immaculate streets of this ethereal seaside town and you will discover and Italianate design, quirky pops of colour that seem to change from each angle and incredible woodland walks that throw up their own treasure trove of discoveries. … More Exploring Portmeirion, Wales

The Roaches Tea Room – Tea Shop Walks in the Peak District

Perfectly placed in Upper Hulme, just off the Leek to Buxton road through the Peak District is the dreamy Roaches Tea Room. Overlooking endless natural vistas in this Staffordshire beauty spot, the tea room has undergone a number of changes over the years. From the Wednesday outings where I would be taken for tea by my grandparents as a child to my own hikes through the Roaches, this tea room has been my go-to spot for tea (and perhaps a slice or two of cake). … More The Roaches Tea Room – Tea Shop Walks in the Peak District

Stafford Shakespeare Festival

As avid fans of all things William Shakespeare, the Stafford Shakespeare Festival has become a yearly pilgrimage. With the backdrop of the magnificent Stafford Castle as its setting, each summer a spectacular performance of one of The Bard’s plays is put on. For twenty-eight years these shows have been a roaring success; the twenty-ninth was no exception. This year, The Merchant of Venice was the play chosen to entertain the masses. Find out how we got on at this celebration of Shakespeare and what we thought of this year’s show. … More Stafford Shakespeare Festival