As I clear notes from my phone I may just publish some that I think are still relevant. I wrote this last year. Held on to it as I didn’t want to be labelled as aggressive again… Then the pandemic and Mr George Floyd and the global protests. I wasn’t writing at that time. I shared a lot on my Instagram stories. Consumed a lot of content. I felt everything.
I started the post below that day with the intention of posting it that same day. At midday my world changed forever. Nearly eight months later, I have woken up at two in the morning and unable to sleep. I thought I’d attempt to complete and post this in the middle of lockdown 2.0.
I have great love for this city and try to visit at least once a year if not more before I had my child. I realised…
I’m continually impressed by London. Having lived here for many years, I constantly find new things to do. The arts pass will make it cheaper to access some spaces and help me discover London and the UK more and prompt visits I may never have considered. The membership also supports museums and galleries so definitely not a waste of money considering we are privileged to access most for free.
We took the boat to Embankment and took the tube home. I’d highly recommend this trip and do check what’s on over half term!
I’m not going to lie, planning trips can be stressful. The anxiety of where and when to go, what to do once there, whether to go inclusive or self catering can be over whelming.
There is something about consistent posts, they get a lot of engagement! It’s much easier writing up our travels during this festive break when not in my regular routine and I have enjoyed the process.
After the success of my post on traveling to Marseille with my child and commitment to blog more on some of our activities follows this short…
I’ll share about our #notsosolotravels to inspire more women to travel independently alone or with their kids guilt free.
Like learning to drive, you stop looking at the cost and think, until I get my license, that was my mindset with acupuncture and pressed on for many months until I took a pause as life happened.