It has to be said that Sushi is definitely in my top 5 foods in the world. So when I moved to Tooting, it was imperative I tried out the nearest sushi bar… Continue reading Taro Sushi Bar – In Review
So today I end up with my head in the lower abdominal area of a fellow commuter.
Please, please, let me explain before your mind gets carried away and you get the wrong idea! I’m not THAT girl! Continue reading Embarrassing Moment #2
I went Sunday after returning from heavy night of drinking the night before, and the dimmed lights coupled with the chilled out Sunday atmosphere was well appreciated. It is as large on the inside as it looks on the outside, with a bar that stretches 360 around the middle of the floor. The furniture is a mismatch of worn wooden chairs and elegant Cheshire couches. Continue reading The Bedford – In Review
Personally, I use Mom. Living in South Africa until age 8 meant I was taught to spell Mom with an ‘o’, not a ‘u’. Even to this day I haven’t changed the way I spell it (Even if it annoys my boyfriend – hehe). Continue reading Is it Mum or Mom?
Need a story to related to or a story to laugh at? Look no further for your ‘moment of mortification’ fix! Knowing me there will be no shortage either… Continue reading Embarrassing Moment
When working in office there are certain rules that should be followed at all times. Continue reading to avoid embarrassment…. Continue reading Office Ettiquette
Londoners have a bad reputation for being stony faced and irritable. I disagree, and that maybe because I am one myself, making me biased. London is a hub of activity: Businesses, Banks and the people who work for them. We all have a place to be or people to see. That being said, when somebody from outside of London doesn’t understand the etiquette of pedestrian … Continue reading Don’t stop now
Since moving to London, I have no money leftover in my paycheck. Having started a new job, I needed fresh additions to my wardrobe. So what can a girl do? An eccentrically fashioned new friend of mine and I went to the Wheafsheaf pub, and I mentioned her outfit looked great.It must have cost a fortune! She placed an elbow on the table and leaned … Continue reading Octavia Foundation Charity Shopping
I beat on a Pheasant and duck shoot in Hurst Green, East Sussex. As somebody who hasn’t grown up around the country or into country pursuits of my own accord, I came into this sport with no expectations or knowledge of its going on. I was introduce to beating by my boyfriend, whose father also has in interest in hunting. While his dad prefers deer … Continue reading My First Season as a Beater
Anybody who read my last blog post will know I’m getting off on holiday very soon. 36 hours to be exact! My boyfriend and I are flying out on holiday to South Africa for two weeks. Having been born there, it’s a chance for me to visit all my family and soak up the vitamin D I have lack over the winter months. It’s the … Continue reading Pre-holiday jitters
Happy Valentines everybody! While it’s not the biggest holiday in the year, it’s a great opportunity to stop and remember to say I love you to those who mean the most in your life. I personally enjoy it, maybe that is because I’m the girl and I get spoiled… This year, my boyfriend and I decided to have a meal in and watch a movie. … Continue reading M&S ruined my Valentine’s
I left my flat in Tooting for work on time (an achievement for someone as scatty as me) and headed for the underground. Anyway, I made my way down to my usual spot on the platform, nestled myself between two groups of people at the edge of the platform. BIG mistake. Turns out these groups of people aren’t groups at all but two sets of … Continue reading PDA (Please Don’t Administer)