Books I’ve enjoyed lately #3

My reading challenge is more than half way through and it’s something I sometimes struggle with. I wish I could read more, but I don’t have enough time or mood for reading. Even so, I managed to read a few books, and, more importantly, books I wouldn’t have read if it wasn’t for the reading […]

The Household Cavalry Museum

This month we’ve been to London. We had a few work commitments, but still managed to get a little bit of time off to see The Household Cavalry Museum, Kew Gardens and Kensington Palace. Posts about Kew and the palace will follow these days. When we arrived at The Household Cavalry Museum, the guard was […]

Day-trip Essentials

I never done a Day-trip essentials* post even though I do travel often. I am preparing a post specific about caravanning, but until that one is ready, I’m going to talk about things I have to have with me in holidays. 1. Basic makeup bag and hair comb. I need my lipstick with me, to […]

Freud and I

Freud and I is an wordplay, as reading Freud as a teenager influenced my beliefs, it also represents the self, a notion used in psychology. I thought it’s a better title for my post than “Freud museum”. When I was 12 or 13 I decided I want to pursue a career in Psychology, something that […]

Home of Charles Darwin

On my last trip to London I’ve been to the Home of Charles Darwin – Down House. The house is in Kent, property of English Heritage, free for members and £11 for everybody else. There is a small car park and I imagine is full in the summer. In the house we weren’t allowed to […]

Why I love Instagram

I wanted to write this post about Why I love Instagram for a while. The main reason why I like Instagram so much is that it allows me to complete the 365 (366 this year) photo challenge. I wasn’t sure I’m going to enjoy doing it and kept postponing. I started in January and I […]

National Railway Museum

If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you might know that my husband and I met in a train. So, on the 14th anniversary of the day we’ve met, my husband suggested we should go to visit National Railway Museum. I loved it. So, we got in the car and in a couple […]

10 Good things

From the last 10 good things a lot of wonderful things happened. 1. Our anniversary. My husband and I met 14 years ago. We had a lovely anniversary. While the morning was busy with us watching an amazing F1 race and we already knew what we want to do in the evening, during the day […]

14 years ago

14 years ago I met my husband in a train. I told the story before on the blog, you can have a read if you fancy: How I met hubby. In these 14 years a lot of things happened, we changed jobs (many times between us), we bought a flat, a house, we moved countries, […]