A couple of weeks ago, I went to the Bloggers Hangout’s Tea Party!
Held in the Popup Patio in Finsbury Park on what was a lovely cool evening, loads of brands gathered together to show their wares. I had a lot of fun, and dragged my friend along to who I’m hoping will get into blogging some time soon because I’m always dragging her to events like these.
I didn’t visit all the brands because some of them were products with nuts, which I’m allergic too. Sucks, but I’m sure those brands are pretty cool!
I have the pleasure of writing this post from Mutay’s new desk, which we both built ourselves with blood, sweat and tears. JK, of course. It was a lot of work, though. It is our finest achievement to date.
Anyway, I’m back at it again with another food post because food is love, food is life and food will never let you down.
I was recently invited to SuperStar BBQ, which is located in Central St Giles Piazza. The location is ideal because it’s central enough to get home quickly for myself, but if you’re looking for somewhere to eat after shopping in Oxford Street then it’s only a stone throw away.
I’m pretty sure everyone who reads my blog knows how much I love Korean BBQ. I only wrote about Korean BBQ two posts ago for the Food Diaries, in fact. Fatty for life.
This post would have been up yesterday if it weren’t for my spectacular laziness.
Hello, beauties! How is everyone?
It’s been a while since my last post. Hope you haven’t missed me too much. I can’t lie – I have missed blogging a little bit, but with work and other social endeavours I am always so tired when I get home that the only thing I can do is read or watch a film. Just about. I haven’t caught up on all of my TV shows in a week – *shock horror* – and I am now reading 4 books at the same time. As you do.
This week was a long one for me. The past weekend was the first one I had off in the past 2 weeks, because my fast self decided to do overtime. To be fair, I definitely need to considering the amount of holidays I now have booked.
Discovered this extremely cool bar in Clapham Junction called Rise46 thanks to my friend who held her birthday there. It has a 1920s theme and they do live music until 10pm on Friday and then there’s a DJ afterward. I was not prepared when ‘Work’ came on. At all.