GROUP WORK MADE EASY

Ever gotten a review sheet for a test or final exam from your teacher that would be much easier to fill out and complete with a group of people instead of by yourself?  How about being assigned to create a script for a short skit or even give a presentation that would be much easier…

Urban gardening

I love the hustle and bustle of the city, I love walking to work in a morning and seeing all the professionals darting to their offices and most of all – I love all of its hidden gems, cultural events and pop-up shops. I would challenge anyone who says they know London inside out because…

A traditional English crumpet

One thing I’ve never really ventured into is bread making. I’ve baked bread rolls, loaves and pizza dough but never dared to tread outside the basic flour, yeast and water mixture. Yet, there are so many interesting variations: pita bread, soda bread, tea cakes, hot cross buns, English muffins, croissants…and then there’s the traditional English…

Brussels

It is a foodie’s paradise. Sat with my friend L, inside one of Brussels’ most understated restaurants, Bonsoir Clara, eating ‘deer country style’ (essenitally venison stew) by the spoonful, I flicked through the photographs that I’d taken of my first day exploring Brussels and noted how I had considerably more pictures of food than I had of…

Be a crafty commuter

An exciting new job in London has meant that I have joined the long standing commuters of East Anglia once again. While ecstatic about the new job, I was a little apprehensive at the thought of a daily commute from the depths of the Cambridgeshire fens into central London (and back again!). I thought that…