Hotel Quarantine Diaries #4

Heyyy everyone! With my quarantine almost over, I figured I should finish letting you all know how the experience went so without further ado, here are my last two days of hotel prison, I mean quarantine, and my first day of free

Hotel Quarantine Diaries #2

Today I’m bringing you the next instalment of my hotel quarantine series. I can’t promise reams and reams of nail-biting adventure (because I’m stuck in a square and literally cannot go anywhere), but I may have some adventure stories in the making for the end of this month so stay tuned for that series. Right, here are my latest stories from hotel quarantine! 

Cinnamon swirl banana bread recipe

For those who remember, one of the things I had on my summer bucket list was to bake banana bread because it was one of the top things to bake during lockdown and my list felt incomplete without it (if you haven’t seen my summer bucket list post, you can check it out here). This recipe isn’t for plain banana bread though – because my family isn’t a huge fan of banana bread, I figured I needed to find a way to spice it up (pun intended) so because they all love cinnamon rolls so much, I decided it might be fun to try and combine those flavours

Summer Bucket List (lockdown friendly edition)

Growing up, I was never into bucket lists for multiple reasons. I’d always struggle to get through them, or I wouldn’t have anyone to try them with, but now, I think they can just be a great excuse to try new things or make fun or silly memories. Hence, this summer, I figured it would be really fun to make a summer-themed bucket list. Over the next few months, I’m going to try and get through as many of these as possible, either by myself, with my boyfriend or with friends. Plus, what’s super great about this list is that it’s lockdown friendly (so if things with covid have made summer plans difficult, hopefully, there are some things on here for you). Right… Let’s see what’s on this lockdown friendly summer bucket list.

Tips for planning the ultimate girl’s night

I know that the world is still in lockdown/quarantine mode, and you might be wondering why I’m giving you tips for planning an event that isn’t exactly possible. Well, I wrote a blog post a while back to honour the girl’s night in my best friend, and I would have had if lockdown hadn’t started (if you haven’t read it, be sure to check it out here), and that got me thinking … As much fun as a girl’s night in can be, it does require a small bit of planning and sometimes planning, and organising can be stressful. So, I thought it would be a fun idea to share some tips for planning your ultimate girl’s night (complete with ways to prepare a quarantine/social-distancing friendly version) so that the entire experience can be fun, easy and stress-free from start to finish. Also, it’s a fun way to get excited for a great night with your girls once the pandemic has calmed down and you can even start planning ahead of time … now without further ado, here are some tips for planning your ultimate girl’s night.