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I really dislike people who say "I'm bored" and expect something to happen on a whim. Either stop being boring or go out there an make something happen. A few weeks ago I wanted to explore the Le...
You're never short on places to visit in London, whether it's Camden Lock where you're surrounded by the buzz of the crowds or Kensington Gardens that serve as a perfect backdrop for a mindless...
Our bustling city never sleeps and as the seasons change so do the events and attractions. From street food markets to pop up galleries and late night exhibitions, London has it all. The difficul...
According to Londoners the capital is officially hotter than the sun this week so instead of wasting your time grumbling about it I decided to throw a few ideas together that may liven up your da...
Now that the clocks have changed you really have no excuses for staying inside. Even if you live in a smaller city you can always find some free things to do as it's the people you spend your tim...
Following on from my previous post where we spent breakfast at the rooftop cinema club and lunch by Tower Bridge, I decided to try out another London pastime that has been part of this city for g...
Music really does make the world go round and it would be a pretty grey place without it. I never shy away from trying new things and everyone should give new music genres a go, don't always stic...
How do you get a US clothing and footwear brand to be associated with modern British culture? You transform the Old Vic Tunnels at London Waterloo of course! The tunnels no contain an indoor skat...
A few weeks ago I attended the #CultHosts Retail Revolution event hosted by Cult LDN in an awesome little pop-up space located below the Shoreditch railway line. The exposed brick architecture wa...
London has it all, nobody can argue with that. Unfortunately, it also has a reputation for being one of the world's most expensive cities to visit or live in. The cost for a family of four to ent...
Well, it's safe to say that August has been a pretty hectic month. I sadly had to leave my job in Yorkshire whilst simultaneously moving to one of the most expensive and dynamic places in the wor...
Another weekend has come and gone and without even noticing, Autumn has slowly crept upon upon us. I hope everyone has had a fun filled summer (I certainly have!) but don't despair as the gloomy ...
They say life is short but if you think about it it's actually the longest thing you'll ever get to do. I think what 'they' actually mean is life is too short to spend on things you don't care ab...
At the beginning of last month myself and a few fellow bloggers were invited by Logitech UK to undertake a street art and graffiti tour of Shoreditch / Hoxton and having had an interest in the su...
Another year and another Notting Hill carnival was upon us with crowds flocking to Notting Hill Gate, drawn in by the promise of cheap alcohol, coconut cocktails and of course an opportunity to r...
In the wise words of Mr Fresh Prince "Summer, summer, summertime. Time to sit back and unwind." Lounging by the pool for days on end has never appealed to me though so by unwinding I mean 'get up...
Casely Hayford are a London based father (Joe) and son (Charlie) design duo that started in 2009 with a vision of creating unique London style pieces for an international audience. Their looks fu...
If you ever want to see London from a completely new dimension I always recommend a trip to The Shard's Viewing Gallery. For around £20 you can go 800ft up the 1,016ft high skyscraper and see the...