Weekday Walks |Kensington Mews

Of all the different types of architecture on offer in London, the hidden away mews are my absolute favourite.  And as you might expect, the wealthier parts of our capital have the best examples of them. I began and ended my walk at South Kensington tube station and my walk took around 90 minutes (plus 20 … Continue reading Weekday Walks |Kensington Mews

The Get to Work Book

When I rebranded this blog, I decided to use a dedicated planner for potential blog post ideas.  One that ran like a diary, but had enough space for jottings, draft posts and the general minutiae required to run a reasonably well organised blog. I settled on the Get to Work book as my planner.  Which is actually faintly … Continue reading The Get to Work Book

This Weekend I …

After last week's busy weekend, we opted for a slower pace.  We chose to ignore the overcast skies and headed out on Saturday for a day of fresh air along the Thames.Sunday saw us closer to home.We caught up with our dog-walker friends in the local park before heading home to tackle the clothing requirements for The … Continue reading This Weekend I …

Maybe It’s Because I’m A Londoner

I've lived in London longer than anywhere else I've lived.  The Brainy One has been in London for thirty or more years.  The Boy Child is a Londoner, the only one of us with the place of birth on his passport listed as London.  As I'm now in my 13th year of West London living, I think … Continue reading Maybe It’s Because I’m A Londoner