Indoor Rock Climbing at the Seymour Leisure Centre

A fellow pole dancer that had been off pole for a couple of years told me she kept up her strength by doing yoga and indoor rock climbing. Having never done rock climbing before (aside from my brief stint on the Norwegian mountains), I couldn’t wait to test her theory and challenge myself to go … More Indoor Rock Climbing at the Seymour Leisure Centre

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Pole Dance: Your Questions Answered

Since I’ve begun to pole dance, I’ve received a LOT of questions – some legit, some concerned, some a bit bonkers. I’ve decided to answer those questions to enlighten y’all about the magic world of pole dancers. The Fitnessy Questions How do you go upside down on the pole? It’s all due to arms, shoulders and … More Pole Dance: Your Questions Answered

London Things To Look Forward To In 2018

Ready to wave goodbye to 2017 but not sure what to expect from the new year? Here’s my list of London/UK things to look forward to in 2018. IT’S GONNA BE OUR YEAR GUYS I FEEL IT. New Restaurant Openings  A New Vegan Destination in Peckham I’m not quite sure if I’ve had more friends … More London Things To Look Forward To In 2018

A Day In The Cotswolds

This post is all about the day where my family and I finally got the chance to visit the Cotswolds, those dreamy, fairy-tale like tiny British villages near Oxford which have been on our bucket list since the time I first moved to the United Kingdom. Finally, only about six years from the day I … More A Day In The Cotswolds

Christmas Holidays In London

Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed my Christmas in Sydney. Sun was out, bums were out, BBQs and beers were a must. But nothing screams “CHRISTMAS” like the London feasts, so here’s what to do during the Christmas holidays here in London town. Christmas Christmas Carols in Columbia Road I first ran into the Christmas … More Christmas Holidays In London

Found my fave Aussie style smoothies at Essence Cuisine in Shoreditch

I’m so stoked to be back in London town, but one thing I’ve been dying to have is one of those yummy, fresh Sydney style smoothies I used to get on my way to Coogee beach back in Sydney. Enter Essence Cuisine, in Shoreditch’s Leonard Street, which has now become my go-to smoothie and raw, … More Found my fave Aussie style smoothies at Essence Cuisine in Shoreditch

Macarons cooking class at Jenius Social

Before last week, making macarons was up there with swimming with dolphins and finding an agent to publish my novel: kinda possible, but kinda hard. Then I went to Jenius Social‘s Sunday cooking class and went home with a fresh, colourful batch of macarons made by moi and I’m now legit convinced miracles do happen. … More Macarons cooking class at Jenius Social

Black Cat Cabaret

I’ve loved Cabaret, Burlesque and acrobatic performances since before becoming a pole dancer, but after I joined the “upside down” crew, events like these are simply unmissable. Naturally then, I was thrilled to have been invited to the opening run of the Black Cat Cabaret‘s festive show, an evening I was looking forward to so … More Black Cat Cabaret

Silent Night at sketch London

There are many ways to start your morning. I usually start mine with a pole session, reading academic journals for my PhD or going to work. This morning however I was among the first Londoners that got to see sketch London‘s Christmas light installation to kick off the holiday season, and as you’ll see if you … More Silent Night at sketch London