All posts tagged tea


Growing Pains or a Quarter-life Crisis?

This year my life turned into a grotesque mixture of back-to-back deadlines, big decisions, constant stress, lack of sleep, and the explosive questions running over and over again in my […]

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Board of the same old haunts? Try Draughts in Haggerston!

As Christmas approaches, one tends to feel a strange sense of impending doom. Dragging yourself through Westfield to find an disproportionately thoughtful gift for an uncle who thinks you are […]

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The Coffee Sessions are coming back to Drapers! This year there is an amazing line-up of acts, including FLAWES, Joel Baker and Tiggi Hawke. You can catch the first performer […]

Continental Stores

Recently I have been trying to get out of my comfort zone and discover London, not just geographically, but by going to places that are unfamiliar to me. Places which […]


Magic Exists…

It has never been a secret that household herbs are great for you, but they aren’t truly credited of their full potential. Rosmarinus Officinalis in it’s scientific terms, rosemary to […]

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The QM History Society does the Museum Mile

When you think about London and its plethora of museums, one is automatically inclined to think about the British Museum or the Natural History Museum, rather than the Free Masonry, […]


Year Abroad. Part 2: The daily baguette

Today we’re going to Monaco. In fact, I’m currently sitting on the bus waiting for Veronique, the one passenger who decided she didn’t want to turn up on time. I […]

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Part 1: Excuse My French

I can’t believe I’ve been here for nearly two months now – time just keeps flying. Our lazy weeks are still compiled of exploration and wine gluttony, but a new […]

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Food on the Move

By now, I should probably have come up with a plan for the Fresher’s Week and post-Fresher’s Week period. It happens every year, after all, and every year I find […]