I took a bit of a break from updating this website and after several months I have finally found time to finish this post. Firstly, this is not a post on how to grow your followers on Instagram, so if that is what you were hoping for you might not want to keep reading this. I often get asked about how I started on Instagram and how long I have been on the platform, so I decided to take a trip down memory lane to talk about my Instagram journey and why Instagram is still - despite all the changes and the algorithm- my favourite social media channel.Read More
The topic of sustainable living is a very current one, especially if, like me, you live in a crowded city like London. I have always been fascinated by the concept of minimal living and keen to find out how it is possible to maximise our living space without impact on the urban footprint. Partnering with MINI has given me the opportunity to explore the topic more, as it was participating to the London Design Festival with its MINI LIVING URBAN CABIN.Read More
My first memory of London is of when I was a little girl watching "Mary Poppins", the scene when Mary Poppins is descending from the sky with her umbrella is the one that stuck with me most: Big Ben, the river Thames and those rooftops made me dream of London from a young age. However, I wouldn't get to visit London until the summer before my last year at High School, when I begged my parents to send me to UK for a few weeks to improve my English, to my disappointment when we booked the trip it was recommended I wouldn't go to London, but a different cities for a better chance to immerse myself in the culture and avoid being surrounded by Italians. So I spent three amazing weeks in Canterbury.Read More
Last year, I shared Welovetobrunch's favourite spots in London in this post. Since brunch is pretty much my favourite meal and at weekends you will most likely find me trying a new brunch place, I decided to list my new favourite discoveries- which I believe you should have on your list if you are planning a trip to London.Read More
I live and work in West London, so when I venture to central London I usually feel like a tourist in my own city and, at the same time, I am reminded of how much I love London and why I love this city so much. At the beginning of April, I spent the perfect Sunday just doing that and was also lucky enough to have great weather.
The day of exploring started at the National Café at the National Gallery, because no day can't start without a belly full of carbs. The National Café had just reopened (on 6 March 2017) after being closed for just under two months and it is now part of Peyton and Byrne's restaurants- which include The Wallace Restaurant.