Navigating Complicity and Social Media During The #BlackLivesMatter Anti-Racism Protests

From people praising digital activism to others requesting silence, from black squares saying #BlackLivesMatter to street protests, all the way to brand debacles, the horrific death of George Floyd and its surrounding discourse on systemic racism have struck a chord with audiences across the world. We are at crisis point and, hopefully, this is a … More Navigating Complicity and Social Media During The #BlackLivesMatter Anti-Racism Protests

Here’s What It Feels Like To Be In Lockdown Alone For Months

It’s #MentalHealthAwareness week and my ninth week alone. Considering all my nice ideas for posts about restaurants, bars, events and travel are on hold, I thought it would be worth sharing what it feels like to be in lockdown alone for months, in case it helps anyone feel less crazy. Living and Working Alone Before … More Here’s What It Feels Like To Be In Lockdown Alone For Months

Avebury, Lacock and Bath Tour

A day trip somewhere in England has become a bit of a pre-Christmas tradition for my family. This time we went to Avebury, Lacock and Bath with Rabbie’s tours – and this post is to help you understand what to expect from a trip like that. Rabbie’s Tours In 2017 we went on a Rabbie’s … More Avebury, Lacock and Bath Tour

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