While I may be one of the only people that has loved 2020, I am definitely looking forward to 2021. I want to make the best out of the next trip around the sun.
The mere mentioning of the phrase '2020' is enough to fill most people with fear and dread, but for me it was one of the best years of my life! Here's why my 2020 was not all doom and gloom.
2020 didn't quite turn out to be the year we all thought it would. Whilst there is a lot of negative stuff about lockdown, even the Corona cloud has a silver lining.
When one of my favourite childhood musicals exploded back on to the West End stage after a lifetime away, I just had to get myself some tickets. But would it live up to all of my expectations?
At the start of the year, before seemingly all travel was banned, I visited Italy for my birthday. Here are my top tips for visiting Europe's wonkiest city.
With winter now hopefully behind us and the weather starting to warm up, what I eat begins to change slightly. I swap out the hearty stews and heavier dishes I have been filling up on during winter in favour of lighter dishes. Whilst I'm not jumping directly from stews to salads (YUK), this potato bake… Continue reading Cooking With Ellie – Creamy Salmon Bake
I seem to have taken something of an unintentional blogging break since the start of 2020. It's not because I fell out of love with my blog or even an inspiration thing - so why have I been away from the blogosphere?
I didn't know quite what to expect when it came to going to Circus 1903 - I knew I was looking forward to seeing something different but I never expected it to be quite so good.
When a city is as notoriously expensive as Vienna, it can be a daunting task finding places to satisfy your appetite. Here are some of Vienna's greatest finds for fab food on the more modest of budgets.
One of the most disturbing plays I studied in school, I jumped at the chance to see just exactly how everything would be staged on the West End in this completely chilling production of a classic.