Our magical winter experince in the beautiful Norway

D is one of these people who can’t see the benefit in going on holiday to somehere that is colder than where he currently lives. So our holidays are usually to beaches or cities where the temperature is beautiful and warm. The only way to get him to go on a winter escape is with the potential to cross something off his bucket list, so the northern lights were a good target. We decided to go to Tromso, as its the northern most point of Norway and an easy place to fly into from London. Day 1 – London Gatwick … Continue reading Our magical winter experince in the beautiful Norway

Five months on; How I’d do things differently

We’re around five months since the big day, and people still ask me how does it feel to be married? In all honesty, it doesn’t feel any different than before, hah. We lived together before the wedding and the move into our first flat was probably the tipping point in the relationship, marriage kinda just feels easy now. For some reason we can’t get our diaries to align since marriage, I do see D a lot less now, mostly after work. And this is attributed to a few reasons, mostly due to some career goals I set for this year, … Continue reading Five months on; How I’d do things differently

Vegetarianism, my history and why I just like salads

I’ve been vegetarian now for 13 weeks, yay! It has been fairly pain free to me and we’ve easily made chances in our house to make sure we’re not missing anything from cutting our animal intake. I have had a few slip ups where I forgot that gelatin was in some candies, I love candy, so this is a hard thing to let up, hah, but I have found some yummy alternatives, so I’m now a lot more prepared to say no to the office sweets. We tend to eat a lot of cheese in our house, so going completely … Continue reading Vegetarianism, my history and why I just like salads