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Two Years in London

Well, here we are. I’ve officially been living in London for two years. And I’m officially leaving. It’s been an interesting year, to say the least. I’ve heard other expats say that it takes them around six months to a year to feel at home in a new city. Although I found my feet in […]

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Goodbye to Number 53, The House That Was a Home

Although I’ve been living in London for two years, the city only really began to feel like home when I moved into number 53. I’d been house jumping for the previous year – living with family, friends and randoms. Each time, I couldn’t help but feel that I was encroaching on someone else’s personal space. […]

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What’s in a Name? The Horniman Museum in London

Summer finally decided to grace London with its presence in August. For almost three weeks we enjoyed on and off sunny days, paired with weather that could actually be described as “hot”. Somehow, the stars aligned and I had a day off from work, where I was in London and nothing written on my calendar. […]

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Why Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is Worth the Hype

Excited beyond belief before the start of part one of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.   A note for those who are seeing the play/reading the play and are worried about having things ruined for them forever: This post does NOT container spoilers – I promise you. I’ve written about my relationship with the […]

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Yayoi Kusama and the Fear of Missing Out

What I love the most about art is how subjective it is. What one person may think is complete and utter crap, another may see as having some deeper meaning or beauty. I’ve been to enough art galleries and museums around the world to know where my preference lies. Pretty much all photography, followed by […]

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