A couple of months ago I was in Scotland for a fashion history conference and decided to visit a friend who lives in Edinburgh. I hadn’t been to Edinburgh in thirteen (!) years and wanted the chance to explore the city at my own pace as my last visit to Edinburgh had been a girls holiday with not much sight seeing!
Good morning! I hope you have voted, are on your way to vote or will vote later on! It’s sooo imporant (especially as women) to vote both responsibly and to vote informed about your choice of political party and candidate. I’m wearing a home-made belt or sash in the Suffragette colours of purple, white and green to show my thanks to the women who campaigned before for the right to vote. Read on to find out how to make your own Suffragette belt!
Happy Tuesday everyone! How has your week been so far? Stressful? Hating work? Or has it been good and stressfree? Mine has been great so far and here’s a quick and easy teatime recipe to make your week and your dinner stress free! View Post
Just after Easter my parents went to Dublin for a short break. I decided to join them on the last day of their break and go to the Guinness Storehouse as I’d never been before! I arrived early in Dublin having got the bus down and decided to take a walk around the streets and sights of Dublin before meeting my parents.