Staying home and keeping busy. Catch up with what I’ve been up to and read how I’m coping with being at home which include podcasts and illustrations.
Last weekend I celebrated my friend Rachel’s Hen Do in beautiful Snowdonia. I took Friday off work, hopped in a car with my best friend and we traveled up to North Wales to a little cottage we had rented for the weekend. I’ve known Rachel since I was eleven and we’re part of the same
I’m back from my blog hiatus and finally sharing a snippet from my friend’s wedding in Edinburgh. I love a good wedding and this one was incredible!
Last week’s response to my post was pretty amazing. I can’t wait to share more stories on the blog about growing up as a British born Chinese (BBC) in the UK but first, here are three things that I’ve been loving lately…
Food is an important part of Chinese culture and after watching Ugly Delicious on Netflix this weekend, I penned my thoughts on my relationship with Chinese food and learning to appreciate it.
This weekend has been pretty jam packed full of food, shopping and entertaining my aunt who is on a flying visit from Hong Kong. I had thought long and hard on where to take her for lunch this weekend and ended up returning to a real crowd pleaser, Mowgli in Birmingham. I’ve always said that
Oh weekend, how I’ve looked forward to you all week! It’s been a while since I’ve grabbed my camera, taken a few snaps and shared them on the blog straight away but this is what this year is all about. I’m actively trying to be a recluse this month with attempts to avoid the shops,
Happy New Year! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year and ate your fill in festive foods (I know I did!). So, I’m back with my very first post for 2018 and complete with a little update. It’s been the longest time since I’ve given the site a bit of a refresh
Oh it’s been one hell of a week. At the weekend, I went along to support Kristabel’s first blogger event ‘You Can Sit With Us’ and discussed blogging and the issues that are important to us. We discussed how it’s ok to blog when you can, to ignore the pressures of conforming to what we