I don’t know about you but for me the best way to kick off any weekend is by having a delicious breakfast in my favourite place.
That would equally work any day of the week really, but ain’t nobody got time for that.
As London has got so much to offer in the breakfast / brunch department, I’m still undecided in regards to what’s my most favourite brekkie spot.
I do have a few on the top of my list though, and Bluebird in Chelsea is definitely trying to steal the show.
Hey lovelies, how’s life treating you? I can’t believe it’s been nearly a month since my last post, but, you know, life got in the way…
Between the avalanche of work-related commitments prior to Easter and the mental drainage that came with it, my little corner in the internet eventually gained a few cobwebs. Oopsie. I’m sorry if you guys have stopped by recently only to find a deserted far west, with tumbleweeds rolling in the wind and all! I didn’t forget about this place, but truth be told I had a bit of a creative slowdown. Writer’s block hit me hard.
This got me thinking.
Taking a step back and looking at things from a different angle made me see how burned out I was actually feeling. Being a firm believer of creating and living a life you want, I suddenly found myself not getting any joy from my usual daily tasks. I didn’t even see this one coming.
So, how do you go back to your normal self in times like these? How do you fix yourself when you feel burned out?