Escaping the city

I get very accustomed to the hustle and bustle of the city, and I forget at times what the rest of the country is like. However, Alex and I decided to get away for the weekend and come to my families holiday home in Filey, on the Yorkshire coast. The time away from the city … More Escaping the city

Fragile lives

I have never written a book review and in fact never left a comment on ‘Goodreads’, however this book I HAVE to talk about. Fragile lives: A heart surgeon’s stories of live and death on the operating table by Professor Stephan Westaby. This book is a memoir from one of the worlds prestigious heart surgeons … More Fragile lives

Quarter life crisis

On Sunday, I turn 24… Making me believe that time sped up and forgot to take me with it. Over the last few months especially I have become increasingly overwhelmed with real life, anxious and questioning everything. Am I doing the right thing? Is this what I want my life to be? Have I missed my … More Quarter life crisis

Planning, prioritising and making decisions

At work recently I was asked to attend a ‘planning, prioritising and making decisions’ course. I laughed. At work I consider myself to be very well organised, focused and pragmatic individual when it comes to my decision making. I feel I distribute my time suitably to any work situation.  I then found this ironic prioritising … More Planning, prioritising and making decisions

Val Thorens

I have just come back from a ski trip to Val Thorens in France and I just wanted to share my experience with you! Val Thorens or VT as the cooler kids are calling it, has been voted the worlds best ski resort for the third time by the World Ski Awards in 2016. I … More Val Thorens