23 March 2017 • adventure, inspiration, travel
I remember sitting there by the riverside, feeling the familiar feeling of shortness of breath, the tightness in my lungs. And realising, I need to go. I'd be a bloody idiot not to.
Following on from my feature last year with Hattie of Maud's House, I wanted to interview another Yorkshire lady doing extremely cool things! I'd like to introduce you to my good friend Emily, a digital marketeer who along with her bestie Danni runs an online magazine called jiminy dedicated to ethical fashion and living. She's a powerhouse, and one of the most motivated people I've ever met. I thought you guys might just feel as inspired by her as I do!
31 January 2017
It was the weekend after the Christmas holidays had finished. The weekend after normality had resumed, and life had swung back into its grey ways as it tends to do. It was also the weekend of J & I being reunited post-festive-break. Post-spending every moment together. The week between had been hard and so, we felt incredibly lucky to be gifted a stay at the Principal Hotel in York – a chance to catch up, and enjoy a wonderful city.
Our first point of call was Sotano, our favourite bar and charcuterie on Little Stonegate. It serves Mediterranean tapas plates and classically-inspired cocktails, and is the perfect place for a date. I'll do a post soon all about the city of York!
We also made use of the swimming pool and jacuzzi. Such a treat! Everything at the Principal felt like a necessary indulgence, a slice of sleek, accessible luxury.
Photos by Jimi Hunt
*I was gifted a stay at the Principal York, but my views and love for the hotel are very much my own!
17 January 2017 • travel
16 January 2017 • yorkshire
Drive through the Dales, past the dry stoned walls, over to Reeth! Walk and talk, and maybe even stop in the village of Low Row nearby for probably one of the best views I've ever seen!