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Breaking In Shoes… Style File Friday

Breaking In Shoes… Style File Friday

Shoes. If you have been following my Instagram posts and stories, you will know that I am massively struggling to find shoes for my trip. I started looking way back in September, but no such luck. I bought a pair a week ago, but after […]

History Bite: Baker Street Tube Station

History Bite: Baker Street Tube Station

As I’m sure is quite obvious already, I adore London. And along with that, I love tube stations. I don’t always love taking the Tube, because they can be crowded and busy and a general pain sometimes. However, I do love that so many stations […]

The History of the Royal Ballet

The History of the Royal Ballet

For anyone who isn’t familiar with ballet, the Royal Ballet in London is one of the most prolific companies in the world. With over 100 dancers and apprentices in the company, it is one of the largest companies in world. It is home to several […]

A Quick Guide to Museum Etiquette

A Quick Guide to Museum Etiquette

On my trip, I plan on spending a lot of my time in museums. I can do whatever I want, and that means if I want, I can spend six hours in Kensington Palace taking in the Queen’s Apartments. I love museums, and I think […]

Easy Edible Cookie Dough

Easy Edible Cookie Dough

I think that all of us can admit that we’ve eaten our fair share of raw cookie dough in our lives, more than some of our fair share in a lot of cases! And although it is truly delicious and might make you feel like […]

Style File Friday Polls + Update

Style File Friday Polls + Update

Happy Style File Friday everyone! Today, I’ve got some updates for you, some questions for you, and hopefully, a little brightness for your Friday.

History Bite: The Holyrood Palace Fountain

History Bite: The Holyrood Palace Fountain

(You get a bonus History Bite this week because I mixed up my scheduling!) Edinburgh is one of my favourite cities. Quieter than some of it’s European brethren, Edinburgh is steeped in history, covered in gorgeous buildings, and has more twists and turns to discover […]

History Bite: Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

History Bite: Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

London is full of memorials and fountains and statues and countless other tributes that people stop to see. The number of historical figures, politicians, and literary figures who are either from or lived in London is immeasurable. While some are more popular than others, I […]

January 2019 Upcoming History Books

January 2019 Upcoming History Books

I am back again with another edition of upcoming history books! These release dates are for North America; some of them have already come out in the UK and Europe (for my global readers). These all happen to be royal histories, although from very different […]

2019 Reading Plans

2019 Reading Plans

This is the time of year where you see reading challenges, goals, and plans galore. The Goodreads Challenge that you set for yourself, the Popsugar and Book Riot challenges that push you to diversify your reading, and those country reading lists floating around on Pinterest. […]