Living Your Best Life Vs Living Beyond Your Means

Living Your Best Life Vs Living Beyond Your Means

The other day, I was picking up my morning coffee before class. It was an expensive affair, from one of those Melbourne speciality cafes that manages to produce miracles out of the simple combination of coffee and milk. As I tipped out my purse to salvage the last few coins that I had left, I got to thinking: Am I spending too much money on … Continue reading Living Your Best Life Vs Living Beyond Your Means

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Melbourne: Favourites Of The Week

 Sakuratte, brunch at Operator 25, Australian Footy and cheap eats at Dodee Paidang The week is fast approaching that I was set to end my working holiday in Australia, leave Melbourne and head back home. However, I have a surprise for you- I am leaving to travel around Asia for a few weeks with my best friends from home but then, guess what- I’m coming back … Continue reading Melbourne: Favourites Of The Week

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Journal Canteen Melbourne CBD Review

Best for: Early mornings, solo coffee lovers, weekday brunch, sitting in, work friendly space  I can’t believe that I’ve been in Melbourne for almost six weeks collectively and I’ve not done a cafe feature yet- believe me it’s not for lack of coffee drinking. Melbourne is an Australian city that’s famed for its coffee: supposedly there’s not a bad cup of coffee to be had here and … Continue reading Journal Canteen Melbourne CBD Review

Attendant cafe review, Shoreditch, London

Best for: Brunch, lunch, coffee with friends, takeaway As much as I love Brighton, sometimes I do feel like I’ve exhausted all the coffee shops. Luckily for me London is just an hour away. However the issue is with London is that everything takes that little bit more planning and it’s not often I just happen to walk past good independent coffee shops in the … Continue reading Attendant cafe review, Shoreditch, London

Ice N Beans cafe Review, Caye Caulker, Belize

Caye Caulker: A tiny island, just five kilometres in length with no roads that’s situated just off the mainland in Belize, Central America, wasn’t a place that I expected to find a good coffee shop, yet Ice N Beans was just that. Despite its undeniably Caribbean culture I was pleasantly surprised to see that when it came to eating, it wasn’t all jerk chicken and there … Continue reading Ice N Beans cafe Review, Caye Caulker, Belize

Mad and Kaffe Copenhagen Denmark

Mad & Kaffe, Copenhagen, Denmark

I’m part of the ‘avocado on toast generation’ so of course I had to go for brunch when I visited Copenhagen early this year. I’d read about Mad & Kaffe and its brunches while doing some food research for my trip because it was recommended by a few Danish bloggers and I’m happy to say that this little cafe in the cities trendy Vesterbro district didn’t disappoint. … Continue reading Mad & Kaffe, Copenhagen, Denmark

Finally, Good Coffee On Brighton Beach: The Flour Pot Bakery Is Open

Hey guys So I woke up super early this morning as the sun was streaming through the blinds and I happily realised that it was Monday and I had no work today. It’s so hot here in the UK and Brighton feels like the Med at the moment so I thought I’d make the most of it and go and chill on the beach,  although … Continue reading Finally, Good Coffee On Brighton Beach: The Flour Pot Bakery Is Open

Brighton Budget Restaurants: Where To Get Lunch For Less Than £5

A locals guide to cheap eats in Brighton: Food for less than a fiver  As much as I LOVE going out to eat in Brighton, one thing that really gets me down is spending a lot of money on food. There are so many fantastic brunch and lunch places to choose from in the city but most of them usually set me back at least … Continue reading Brighton Budget Restaurants: Where To Get Lunch For Less Than £5

London: Sunday Brunch At The Black Penny

Whenever I go up to London, there are usually two things on my agenda: Friends and food, and luckily the two usually go hand in hand.  As much as I do find London exhausting, ever since I left uni I often find myself missing the craziness and excitement of the city so this Sunday I decided to take a day trip up and catch up … Continue reading London: Sunday Brunch At The Black Penny