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It's been a while since my last Things To Do post and you're never short of activities when it comes to one of the worlds biggest cities. Today I wish to showcase the hidden side of London, one t...
Gandhi once said 'The true measure of any society can be found in how it treats its most vulnerable members'. This might be an odd way to start my post about Amsterdam but I believe the Netherlan...
Bruce Lee said “It's not the daily increase but daily decrease. Hack away at the unessential". I believe that in order to grow you have to learn about your strengths and weaknesses and stop tryin...
It's been a while since I put together one of my inspiration collections but only because I've been super duper busy. After a summer of non stop travel, photoshoots and personal projects I'm now ...
The world is constantly changing, blink and you'll miss it. When it comes to technology the next few years are going to be revolutionary and we're already seeing signs that the future is upon us....
Wanderers is a vision of humanity's expansion into the Solar System, based on scientific ideas and concepts of what our future in space might look like, if it ever happens. The locations depicted...
Latvia may not be the first county you think of when planning a trip abroad but through serendipitous circumstances I ended up spending a week here in order to detox my mind and body. I spent the...
Have you guys heard of Humans of New York? It's a blog / photography project started by Brandon Stanton a few years ago that tells stories of everyday New Yorkers by simply letting them talk abou...
London is a truly exquisite city and for all the trials and tribulations it's given me I feel compelled to continue paying homage to it. If you've seen the Jim Carey movie 'Eternal Sunshine of th...
Nearly everybody lives and works in buildings. They protect us from the weather and form part of our day to day lives. But buildings are much more than practical places. Since the birth of archit...
It's been over a year since my last Creative Collection and its fair to say my tastes have changed somewhat. Because it takes a silly amount of time to put these posts together I will aim to keep...
Housed in the former Gare d'Orsay railway station, Musée d'Orsay in Paris holds art pieces dating from 1848 to 1914, including paintings, sculptures, furniture, and photography. It houses the lar...
In my previous post I explored the more natural side of the north of England. Places like the Lake District and Malham Cove made an appearance but that's barely scratching the surface. North of E...
It's easy to pine for that next trip abroad, to just put your feet up and do nothing for a few days. In reality we all know that never happens. You get restless, bored and impatient, feelings you...
Ever wish you could increase your confidence levels on demand? Or relieve a stressful feeling in a moment? Using your body differently can be an easy way to give yourself a quick boost in the fee...
London, it’s over, and it’s not me, it’s you. At what point do we say enough's enough and actually realise we'd rather live in affordable cities? This isn't a 'goodbye' though, this is just a see...
I never really understood what people meant by 'catching the travel bug' but after my first solo trip abroad to Rome last year I've been itching to see more of Europe. Since then I've been all ar...
I refuse to believe the myth that there are productive and unproductive people. Everyone can be productive but it all stems from how you start your day. If you love the snooze button then congrat...