Review // Have You Experienced VR-Here?

When it comes to activity days out in Liverpool, the options are endless. Food, drinks, cinema dates, indoor trampolining and now VR-Here. If you’re an old-school gamer, someone who enjoys playing on the Xbox, The Simms or even Typhoon Rollercoaster or you’re after a day out with your mates or your other half with a…

Food // The Pheasant, Hightown 

Country pubs serving great food can be hard to come by, so if you find a warm, inviting pub that has a menu filled with delicious starters, hearty mains and tempting desserts, enjoy and spread the word! And this is how I feel about The Pheasant in Hightown. Rurally located and surrounded by fields, The…

Life // Discovering Date Night

Date nights can be few and far between when you’re in a relationship, more often that not opting to switch your heels for your slippers and a night on the sofa. Now, we love a night in complete with a film, bottle of wine and yummy dinner but you can’t beat the feeling of getting…

Travel // An Ode To The Lake District 

The Lakes is a part of the UK that I’ve been visiting ever since I was little. Just over an hour up the M6 lies beautiful countryside, vast lakes and small towns filled with cafes and pubs to explore.   Truly a natural beauty in the North, Newby Bridge was the perfect escape for a…

Life // What Self Care Means To Me  

Health and wellbeing is so important and very ‘on trend’ at this time of year. In a bid to beat the bulge and get a head start on 2017 we’re awash with images of gym clad bodies, green tea and salads. But for me self care is more than that. Personally it’s too cold to…

Review // The Cricketers, Ormskirk

Living in Ormskirk more often that not, food-wise, I’m spoilt for choice. With a variety of cute cafes in the town centre specialising in brunch, pubs dotted around the surrounding postal code areas that offer light bites and dinner options and those places in the middle. Which essentially is how I’d categorise The Cricketers. My…

Life // Down On Cedar Farm

Last weekend a friend and I decided to take advantage of the lovely weather we’re being treated to and pay a visit to Cedar Farm. Located in-between Ormskirk & Preston, it’s tucked away in the countryside surrounded by fields. Perfect when you want to escape the hustle and bustle! We both enjoyed a delicious goats…

Food // La Tasca, Liverpool Review

Last week I was invited to visit the newly refurbished La Tasca based just off Queen Square in Liverpool. To be completely honest I hadn’t been to a La Tasca in quite some years, but I’m loving attending blogger events in the city so I headed down with my boyfriend in tow. We arrived at…

Life // Liverpool Photo Diary

 Last week I had an impromptu week off inbetween leaving my old job and starting a new job this week. So as I’d massively lucked out with the weather I decided to take full advantage of the heat, blue skies & sunshine and discover Liverpool.         I live about half an hours train ride…

Travel // Portobello Road Market, Notting Hill, London

Whenever Virgin announce their train ticket sales, my Mum and I are all over it, as we love our twice annual visit to London. Every time, we try to visit somewhere new and on Saturday we lucked out with the weather and headed over to Notting Hill. I’ve never been to Portobello Road before and…

Food // Vapiano, Manchester Review

When I’m asked to choose my favourite kind of food I’m always torn but somehow Italian always comes out on top. So, when I was invited to visit Vapiano in Manchester I couldn’t say no! Handily located in the Corn Exchange, it’s really close to Victoria Station and really easy to get too. I was…

Life // Why Blogging in the North is So Great

I live around 30 minutes from Liverpool and work 20 minutes from Manchester, two of the largest cities in the North West. Both well known for their culture, shops, music scene, nightlife and two popular student cities. Something that’s on the rise though is their blogging culture. The blogger industry is one that has a…