Living for the weekend

Sometimes weekend pass you by so quickly without the chance to stop and think, and this weekend was one of them. Most of my weekends are spent in Manchester, but this one bought Friday, Saturday and Sunday being spent in the city. On Friday I went to watch Ellie Goulding at the Apollo. We booked…

Summertime Sadness

            Yesterday my mum and I took full advantage of the Bank Holiday and the return of the gorgeous weather and took a trip up the coast to Heysham near Morecambe. It is a gorgeous secluded little spot with a small sandy beach, coastal path and beach path and huge…

Burgers are big business, right?

Since when did burgers become big business?  Lately I have noticed that we have upped our game from the days of a bog-standard BBQ or McDonalds burger and have developed a hankering for a meaty, juicy amazing burger and fries. With so many exports landing in  the UK, the burger business has taken off in…

For the foodie fans: Vintage Festival

Following on from my post earlier this week from the Vintage Festival at Speke Hall, this is the 2nd post from the day. There was so much to see I ended up taking nearly 100 photo’s and rather than reduce them down to one post, I feel it’s only fair to split them into a…

On a Sunday afternoon….

Lazy Sundays are the best and with 2013 treating us to a proper summer in July, weekends spent in the sun with your favourites just seem that little bit sweeter. And today was one of those. A little relaxing in the garden started the day and then the afternoon kicked off with a visit to…

Burn baby burn: Liquor and burn review

A little bit of a different kind of post from me today but one that kind of makes sense if you know me. My weekends and free time is generally spent seeing my friends, watching gigs, and enjoying some good food and drinks and quite often all the aforementioned are jam-packed together to make a…