Ted Baker handbag

Ted Baker Handbag

I was considering buying this kind of Ted Baker Handbag for a while. Because it is made out of PVC, I wasn’t sure I would wear it often. Finally, I got this one from Selfridges last year and I’m so glad I did. I just love this handbag. In the last four months I had […]

Buckt March - Bingo

Buckt March

We all know about subscription boxes that vary from food, tea, or chocolate to beauty. Well, there is another subscription box, that is quite different. I’m talking about Buckt, a subscription box with activities!* How amazing is that? I loved the concept and I was happy to collaborate with them. Thus, this is my review […]

Royal Observatory Greenwich

Royal Observatory Greenwich

This is my last post from London, with Royal Observatory Greenwich. I share a bit of the history of the Observatory and a few pictures. It’s well worth a visit. At the end of the post you can find some tips regarding parking if you are driving to the Observatory. In March 1675, King Charles […]

No Bull Burger

No Bull Burgers

These vegan fake meat No Bull Burgers have been in the Iceland shops for a few months, almost an year, I’ve had them a few times and I do enjoy them. So, I’ve decided to talk about them. As it’s not something I can say I cooked I’ve decided to talk about them here, on […]


International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day and I’ve decided to make a post on two things we women can do today to celebrate this day. Of course, there is also the third option: cake, nice meal, and/or a SPA day. That’s the way I’ve celebrated before and how I plan to celebrate today too. But I […]

209 Women. Theresa May, MP for Maidenhead, British Conservative Party, Prime Minister

209 Women

I’ve seen on twitter that a new exhibition opened at Open Eye Gallery on the docks in Liverpool. It is entitled 209 Women and it marks 100 years of women suffrage. The exhibition features 209 portraits of the UK’s women MPs, shot entirely by photographers that identify as women. I think the whole idea of […]

Queen's House, view from the Royal Observatory

Queen’s House

Queen’s House is one of the most important tourist attractions in Greenwich, alongside Cutty Sark, the Royal Observatory, National Maritime Museum, and Fan Museum. Queen’s House has a very interesting history and on top of that, it houses a very impressive art collection. The entrance to the Queen’s House is free, but check their website […]

Audrey Hepburn at Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds

As anybody can imagine, Madame Tussauds was on my list of places to visit in London. Because the price is quite high and my list is very long too, I kept postponing, until our latest trip to London. Now, after visiting the museum, I would say is worth the entry fee and also what we’ve […]

Holiday up north - North Sea


February was a very busy month, starting with a short holiday up north, where we’ve had a wonderful time. I’ve already blogged about the places we’ve been to, see the links for most of them in the round-up picture & details. We’ve played pool and foosball in the game room at the camping site. It […]