This was initially meant to be an Instagram caption but the latest update and horrible new layout doesn’t make it easy to read captions anymore. So here we are. And I guess this is also why I want to talk about my relationship with Instagram: it is very much a mixture of love and hate, and I’m still trying to navigate this dynamic.Continue reading “Instagram: The app we love to hate, and hate to love.”
Post-therapy reflections: Lessons learned and other musings
Last week Friday was my last therapy session. *Exhales*.Continue reading “Post-therapy reflections: Lessons learned and other musings”
Dinner idea: Duck with caramelised onion chutney
This is one of the tastiest meals I’ve cooked in a while! I’ve always loved duck, and have been cooking it almost on a weekly basis lately. This particular meal idea is great for date night at home, or when you fancy something a little bit fancier than your usual poultry meal.Continue reading “Dinner idea: Duck with caramelised onion chutney”
Romantic getaway – Hilton Bournemouth review
I consider myself lucky (and blessed!) that the getaway I’ve been planning with my husband for the past few weeks did take place just before Lockdown 2. I would have cried real tears if we had been forced to cancel it. I have been to different Hilton hotels around Europe, including here in London. From an early age my parents used to take us around the world and Conrad Hotels (by Hilton) were often my dad’s choice of hotel.
This trip however is my husband and I’s first romantic staycation since we’ve been married.Continue reading “Romantic getaway – Hilton Bournemouth review”
Garlic and butter red Argentinian shrimp with spaghetti
This is a dish I could eat all day everyday without ever getting bored! Very simple to make too.
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