• van gogh alive wellington starry starry night

    Wonderful Welly: Van Gogh Alive

    October 20, 2020

    On an overcast but surprisingly mild and dry night the other week I set out to the harbourside to check out a new installation that promised to be unlike any art exhibition I’d seen–Digital Nights Wellington – Van Gogh Alive. It’s billed as “An outdoor debut of the world’s most visited multi-sensory experience celebrating the…

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    An update from the life after lockdown

    August 9, 2020

    Well, it’s certainly been a while since I updated this particular corner of the internet.  If you need a reason all I’ll say is…2020. Like everyone, I went into lockdown thinking I’d achieve so much with all the new ‘free time’. I’d meal prep and make healthy choices, I’d bake, I’d craft, I’d blog constantly…

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    Review: Grin Naturals toothpaste and brush

    May 5, 2020

    Over the last year or so I’ve been trying to shop more sustainably. In 2020 I set a goal of buying no new clothes. It’s going quite well, thankfully op shops (charity shops) are a big thing in NZ and they’re great here. Although, it’s a lot harder now we’re in lockdown. So, when Grin…

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    Wellington on Lockdown

    April 21, 2020

    I’m typing this on day 26 of lockdown here in New Zealand. Today we got news that next week the country will move from Level 4 to Level 3, which means that a few more essential businesses can open up and deliveries from certain shops, cafes and restaurants can resume. However, we’ll still have to…

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    Review: Messy Weekend Hobbes sunglasses

    April 5, 2020

    I love sunglasses, I’m never without them as years of wearing them means any tiny hint of sun leaves me squinting. I’m also weirdly (although probably justifiably!) paranoid about breaking or losing them so there are always a couple of extra pairs stashed in drawers and handbags. So when MessyWeekend reached out to see if…

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    Art Deco Architecture Adventures in Napier

    March 16, 2020

    With its colourful buildings, Art Deco architecture, and proximity to wonderful wineries Napier is a must visit New Zealand destination. I’ve had is on my must-see list for a while, so when a recent bank holiday weekend coincided with my Birthday week we hired a car for a little break in the Art Deco capital…

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    Etsy Gift Guide – Travel Themed

    December 13, 2019

    If, like me, you’ve still got some gift to purchase then hopefully this travel-themed gift guide will give you a hand. I’ve curated some of my favourite Etsy* finds ideal for the wanderlust-er in your life. Personalised leather passport cover* My wonderful friend gifted me a personalised leather passport cover for my birthday right before…

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    Christmas in Summer Gift Guide

    December 1, 2019

    As cliche as it sounds I really can’t believe it’s December already! Not only is the year rushing by (being on a visa clock definitely doesn’t help with that feeling ?) but being in the Southern Hemisphere I’m still wrapping my brain around the fact that even though we’re in Spring. Christmas is definitely coming.…

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    Wonderful Welly – Wellington Botanic Gardens

    November 7, 2019

    There’s a saying around here, “you can’t beat Wellington on a good day” and so on a recent good day I decided to explore one of the city’s most scenic spots, Wellington Botanic Gardens. If you’ve read here before, or you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know I’m a sucker for plants and the Bristol…

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    13 things I learned in my first 6 months of solo travelling

    September 17, 2019

    I can’t quite believe I’m typing this, today marks 6 months since my Bestie flew home from our joint trip to Bali and I was left to embark on the solo leg of my trip. That leg has encompassed 6 countries, across two continents, and so far included two new jobs in New Zealand, with…

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