THE SUNDAY PAPERS

I think it’s safe to say that the last seven days have been some of the busiest in the history of my life. I produced two major pieces of work; I said goodbye to my best friend who is moving to Rio; I celebrated the end of term with old work colleagues and visited the school I used to work at to watch their end of year production before heading off to secondary school. Add to that a new PM, yet another terrorist attack in France and complete chaos in Turkey.

I am exhausted.

If you have had a week like mine, grab an iced coffee, sit in the sunshine and catch up on the last week with a few of my Sunday papers.

Hair Braiding

Health is Wealth

A Broken Party

To My Sixteen Year Old Self

ADDICTED

Baby Boom!

Stress

Stalker

Food Fad

Dystopia

Self-Employed?

Party

Break the Mould

Smile, Love!

Age V Body Image

Our Female PM

Black Lives Matter

Have a good one!

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THE SUNDAY PAPERS

It’s a new year. I can’t feel my toes and I am finding it increasingly difficult to stay awake. Where did afternoon naps and selection boxes go? I say we stay inside this Sunday and catch up on the latest. Here are my favourite reads from the last seven days. Grab a hot drink and tuck in.

Gingers Rocks

Lessons in Feminism

Happy Birthday Katie!

The Glastonbury seal has been broken

Stress Less

Meaningful Mornings

For When 3 Isn’t A Crowd

Singles Day?

Bowie is Gone

Getting There

The Marriage Question

One Night Stands: the rules

Gentrification

Ambition doesn’t have to be a mood killer

Travel Well

Goodbye Alan

Female Pop Art

Survivors

British Drug Customers

Have a good one.

THE SUNDAY PAPERS

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Sunday is here. Take it easy, wrapped in your double duvets and matching jammies and have a read of these golden nuggets from the last 7 days…

Beautiful couples from my favourite city

Nadiya

Love Advice From Over 60s

Illegal Drugs and Your Ovaries

If, like me, you want to be Scandinavian

Women in Film

I fancy everyone

Has Your Relationship Died a Bed Death?

Brilliant.

Have a great week.

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HAPPY PLACE

Whenever something goes wrong, I head to Hyde Park.

Whether the god-awful Winter Wonderland is on or whether it’s hot enough to take a dip in the lido, it’s the place that I go to do all of my best thinking. I’m hard pushed in central London to find places to clear my mind and, as one of the more greener settings in the capital, it really helps to escape the concrete and just… breathe.

Luckily for me, the park is walking distance from my parent’s house. Yes, I know. This means that I can just slip on a pair of boots and take a wander to my happy place at a moments notice.

This weekend, for no particular reason, Ryan and I decided to cycle to that happy place and it was as DI-VINE as always.

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  Whether you’re visiting London or have lived here longer than I have, an afternoon spent exploring our most famous park is an afternoon well spent.