• Food & Drink

    Wine Review – 19 Crimes: The Deported 7/10

    I find myself reaching for a cheeky glass of something quite often these days and, perhaps in a bid to convince myself I’m more dilettante than drunkard, I thought I’d review some of the new wines (and old favourites) I’m trying these days. I’ve always had a soupçon of the sommelier about me and promise myself that I’ll one day properly indulge my hobby and take those wine exams I keep harping on about. But for now I’ll just guzzle on Clubcard specials paired with flaming hot Doritos. A concept that, to a connoisseur, is no doubt as much a tragedy as Giuseppe Gallo himself. This evenings tipple is a…

  • Planning & Productivity

    Minimal & Clean Bullet Journal

    This month’s bullet journal set up is the polar opposite to the creative, artsy vibe I’d been going for recently. And while I love aesthetic and beautiful, colourful spreads, they do require a bit of thought and some work to keep up throughout the month. November for me is going to be busy (read: hectic). I’m weaning myself gradually back into the world of work and taking on a few projects while still acting as full time PA to a 6 year old, chief cleaner, chef and laundretter (is that a word?) for 4 people, plus wife-ing for an insanely busy husband – as well as being at the constant…