Why Paris Is The Perfect Place For A City Break

Anyone who wants to travel the world will at some point consider visiting the French capital. Not only is Paris famously the city of love, it also has a thousand other magnificent hidden corners to explore. In fact, for one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world, you could visit numerous time and always come across more and more surprises each time you go. In many respects, Paris is the perfect holiday destination, hence why I have visited three times in total and I'm sure anyone else who has visited will tell you, and which Parisians themselves will confirm with pride. But why is this so?

How To Get 80s Curls With Glam & Style Chopstick Styler

When I think of 80s hairstyles I automatically think of Olivia Newton John blasting out "Lets get physical" in her headband, Madonna with her punk ponytail, Whitney Houston sporting curly locks and of course the many hair styles of the female cast on one of my favourite TV shows growing up "Saved By The Bell" which actually debuted in 1989. Wow I feel old...

But if you're missing the decade already, it may be time for comeback! There are plenty of celebrities embracing the volume and frizz of the 1980s including Jennifer Lopez, Blake Lively and most recently Emma Stone and Jaime King have been bringing the perm back. Although perms may look great on some, they can seriously damage your hair so I've got a much quicker way of getting a fabulous 80s hairstyle with chopstick stylers by Glam & Style.

A Very Vintage Day Out

Judy's affordable vintage fair came to Leamington Spa the weekend, which is just twenty minutes driving distance from my hometown. This is the first time a vintage clothing pop up has been so close, so I was really eager to go. I've always had a love for vintage dressing, as soon as I see those cute collars, faux fur and pleated dresses I feel as though I've stepped back in time and the best thing is you're always going to look unique!

A Weekend Guide To Bath

Bath is one of the most popular places to visit in the UK, tourists flock to this beautiful city to see some of its major attractions; from the Roman Baths to Bath Abbey and the Royal Crescent, to the Thermae Bath Spa. I live an hour and a half from Bath by car, so I really have no excuse not to visit and even though it's a little chilly in February there's so much to see and do in Bath, whether you can only visit for a day (check out this day trip guide) or you have a whole weekend!

Gluten Free Guide to Bath

My boyfriend and I visited Bath this weekend to celebrate a new job for him and coincidentally three and a half years together but also to check out Baths culinary scene. I have previously written some gluten free guides on the blog because Blake is coeliac and even though I am not, I'm happy to eat gluten free food and share my favourite finds with my lovely readers.

Bath is home to some of the best producers in the country meaning incredible quality culinary ingredients and of course the famous bath bun.The first ever Farmers’ Market in the UK was held in Green Park Station, Bath and they are also well know for their GIN and CHEESE, so what's not to love?

What I noticed about Baths food scene was that there was a mix of traditional and modern restaurants along with independents and chains. I researched Bath's gluten free cafe's and restaurants before we visited and I was surprised at how many there was, it was difficult but we eventually narrowed it down to the following.