Today I have decided to put a list together of some of my favourite inspiring quotes. I believe that when I doubt my own wisdom it is helpful to seek for that missing wisdom in the words of others. I find it calming to read these statements, it reminds me that there have been many people who have come before me in this life and they somehow persevered. Studying their words is a wonderful opportunity to receive guidance from people who have gone through so much and who have le
Franks Café Peckham – Is a great rooftop bar quite far out of central but worth a visit, climb up a pink staircase to an amazing view of central London. A great place to grab a beer with a mate or have a group catch up but save for a warm (and not windy) day! There is plenty of food choice as well with little market stalls selling a range of street foods. Set on the top of what seems to be an old car park you will also find modern art scattered amongst the picnic style benche
For the majority of my life, I have lived in a small city in Texas called Lubbock whose only claim to fame is the fact that Buddy Holly was born there. About a year and a half ago, however, I crossed the pond to London for University. People always ask me what the biggest difference is between Texas and the UK is, so I’ve decided to comprise a list of my top three.
1. Grocery stores This is probably the answer that surprises the most amount of people. Grocery stores defin