Birthday brunching in Fulham Kitchen

Still on the search for the best breakfast in town I couldn’t think of a better way to spend my birthday morning than by going to the closest brunch possible – Fulham Kitchen. I don’t usually like my birthdays but this year I thought why not – I’ll celebrate this and get all my friends together. Why don’t I like my birthday? I honestly have no idea. I don’t like being an inconvenience or the cause of stress so I tend to avoid making a fuss. But fuss this year I will…..and when a fuss is made a good hearty… View Post

Manuka Kitchen – London’s best brunch??

I am literally obsessed with going for brunch.  It has become like a Sunday ritual for me – and finding the best brunch spot in London is now one of my biggest goals!  A good gym session followed by a mound of yolk porn is my idea of the perfect Sunday (for those of you who have never heard of ‘yolk porn’ then please head straight to Instagram and search for #yolkporn…..you can thank me later.) I couldn’t start this blog without telling you about my FAVOURITE place to have brunch. All foodies will tell you that Manuka honey is… View Post

Boom Boom Bang

 We have all heard of spin right (if you haven’t there is a slight chance that you are actually looking for a coffee website with a similar name….whoops, but read on anyway because I am about to tell you all about Boom Cycle).

Bunny hopping around Clapham Common – Join Rabble

I am a huge chocolate obsessive.  Any form will do – dark, milk, white, organic, imported, exported – you name it…I’ll eat it!  That’s why when Easter Sunday loomed and I came across an advert for an adult style Easter egg hunt in Clapham Junction I literally bunny hopped at the chance. Join Rabble was offering a fitness class based around the idea of a kids Easter egg hunt on the Clapham Common.  I have been working a few crazy hours lately so have majorly lacked on the working out front sooooooooo I couldn’t think of a better way to get in the mood for the huge… View Post

Moosh – Fulham Broadway

It’s still freezing outside. We are officially in spring yet I feel the need to wear my huge blanket style scarf from River Island EVERYWHERE! I woke up this morning and had a brunch date with one of my besties……..needless to say they stood me up so I was left wondering what to do with my morning. To hell with it – I went off on my own for a solo breakfast date. iPad in hand – scarf on.

Bikram – Clapham Junction

Having long been a veteran for all things health and fitness related I cant believe it has taken me so long to try out Bikram yoga. Last week I reluctantly ventured to Clapham Junctions Bikram Yoga studio with a friend of mine who is training for a triathlon. Now I say reluctantly because I’m a big fan yoga but I am also pretty sceptical about the validity of all the benefits behind Bikram Choudhury’s copyrighted 26 poses – but hey don’t knock it until you try it right.

Southwark gymnastics club

My boyfriend’s housemate is amazing at getting us to try new things. I am pretty sure that not a week goes by without him sending some random request (zombie bingo anyone?) but recently he stumbled on a cracker. In deep Camberwell lies a gymnastics school. Opened Tuesday Wednesday and Thursdays with adult classes on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. When Gary sent around this particular email we were all pretty keen – firstly who doesn’t want to learn how to do a back flip and secondly, well do I need a secondly?

Shoreditch Grind, Flowers and The Breakfast Club

Last week we were given a teeny glimpse of that big orange ball in the sky when it when it peaked out from behind the clouds for the weekend.  So I spent the day with my partner in crime, Nicola, drinking coffee, wandering around Colombia Road Flower Market and eating at The Breakfast Club.

The Power Yoga Club – Parsons Green

I have found my home!! I first started yoga a few years ago when I spent 10 months in Bondi. In Sydney everyone is mega health conscious and it was whilst I was there that my real interest in health and fitness was ignited. Fast forward three years and I was starting to miss how yoga made me feel so I decided to start up again.