My Handbag Collection

It’s been awhile since I shared one of my YouTube videos on the blog, but I wanted to share this one with you. In today’s video I’m sharing my handbag collection which has grown considerably this year, it’s a mixture of designer bags and high-street, as well I share my first ever designer bag I owned. Read More »


5 Of The Best Restaurants In Mykonos

Best restaurants in mykonos

I recently got back from spending seven nights in the wonderful Greek island that is Mykonos. After visiting Santorini last summer and absolutely loving it, Mykonos had been top of my list to visit next. We had such a lovely time, this was definitely a very chilled, relaxing and beach type holiday. On those types of holidays, I seem to focus on one thing, food. Where are we going for dinner is always my priority, I absolutely love trying new places to eat. Hell I even get excited by the supermarkets, nothing better than finding Lays and new Cheeto flavours.

We stayed in Agios Stefanos, which is about a ten minute drive from Mykonos town centre and we found ourselves popping into town on most evenings as there was plenty choice of restaurants there. On our trip we definitely found some lovely restaurants and I wanted to share my top 5 with you that I would recommend dining at on your trip to Mykonos.

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Cocktails & Drinks, Dinner, Food, Mykonos, Seafood, Travel

The Design Museum, Kensington

Design Museum Kensington London - London Lifestyle Blog The LDN Diaries

Since the Design Museum set up its new home in High Street Kensington I have been yet to pay it a visit. That all changed at the weekend when Danny and I popped down to check out one of the new exhibitions; Breathing Colour by Hella Jongerius.

At the end of last year the Design Museum took over the former Commonwealth Institute in Kensington with engineers restoring the shell of the 1960s Grade II* building. The interior has also been redesigned by architect John Pawson with a wooden and marble style atrium. When you walk in the front entrance you can’t help but look up and admire the high ceilings, numerous staircases and geometric design of the building. Read More »

Exhibitions, Lifestyle, London

Emma Hardie Summer Essentials

Emma Hardie Hydrating Facial Mist Review

It’s not often I try a beauty product and straight away I am blown away by it, especially when it comes to skincare. You might recognise the name Emma Hardie from her famous cleansing balm and recently I have been trying out a few products from her range which are perfect for summer. I have really enjoyed using all three products and have been shocked at how instant the results have shown on my skin, especially from the Midas Touch Serum, so I thought it was time to share my secret with you. Read More »

Beauty, Face, Skincare

5 Things To Consider When Buying A New Sofa

Sofa Buying Guide - 5 things to consider when buying a new sofa - London Lifestyle Blog

Buying a sofa has become so much more than just walking into a shop, perching on the nearest one and testing it for its comfort factor. Comfort is a very high priority, but if you are serious about your interior there are many things to consider when it comes to buying a new sofa. Camerich are one of the best places to buy a new sofa, making it very easy to customise what you want. With that said here are five things to consider when purchasing your new sofa. Read More »

Home & Interiors, Lifestyle

A Day Trip To Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace - London Lifestyle Blog

Last weekend it was a beautiful summers day and Danny and I decided to make the most of it and go on a little adventure. Hampton Court Palace has always been on my list of must visit places and so that’s exactly where we headed.

Hampton Court Palace is by the River Thames and is a perfect place to visit on a warm summers day. Hampton Court Gardens surround the Palace and are a great place to have a picnic and enjoy the sunshine. In the gardens you will find the Hampton Court Maze, this is a giant garden maze that I thought would be easy to get out of it, I was completely wrong. You need a ticket to go in the maze, which you can either buy separately or your Palace ticket also includes this. Alongside the maze is the Magic Garden a giant fun garden space for children. There is also The Tiltyard which is a great cafe for sandwiches, cakes, hot food and drinks to enjoy. Read More »

Lifestyle, London