(Ahh finally! A blog about doing something in Bristol!) I first was taken to Flour & Ash by my lovely friend, Eeva, back in August. It was the bank holiday weekend, we were off to a (rather damp) street party, and we needed to line our bellies before the deliciousness that is cider over took … Continue reading ‘Flour & Ash’ (aka the best pizza in Bristol)
Sigh. It's been a while hasn't it? Definitely longer than I wanted to leave it. So let me explain. I moved to Bristol. You can read about it in my last post. And then, well, the technology gods struck me down. First, our internet went. Basically the house mate I replaced failed to tell the remaining … Continue reading One technological flop after another.
What a hectic old month September was. It all started with a job offer, and an incredible chance to move to one of my favourite cities: Bristol. So off I trotted to look at potential rooms in house shares, and I found a lovely one in with some tremendous girls but, unfortunately, agencies and the … Continue reading The Big Adventure.
Wow. August absolutely flew by! It saw the birth of this blog, a few day trips, a sister emigrating to Australia and a very big change on the horizon for me. I'll try and keep my words brief, but I am finally excited about the last third of this year. It's no lie if you … Continue reading The Month That Was: August 2018
I've been styling myself with a flair of mid-century vintage for the past decade or so, but I'd be lying to say I sleep in curlers every night to create gorgeous, wavy hair on the daily. Instead, I much rather fashion some form of front roll and ponytail-bun hybrid, which still gets the air of … Continue reading Simple Vintage Inspired Hair Style
Yawn! It turns out that five hours sleep is not enough for this 26 year old to function anymore. After a late shift at the craft beer bar I work at, it was a few hours shut eye before my alarm rudely awoke me at 7am, but it was worth it for my first visit … Continue reading Retro Festival – August 2018
Okay, so it's not strictly the beginning. I first started a blog when I was a teenager, but that fell by the wayside like so many other things. However, a recent little project with Vintage Life Magazine has reawakened my love for writing so here we are. I'm not really sure what I can tell … Continue reading The Beginning.