It’s been eight years since my summer holiday to Rhodes Island, Greece. To this day, I hold it to be one of the best holidays I have ever been on. I vividly remember that the way I spent my time was representative of an ideal holiday and of an experience I would like to repeat in the future. Roasting in the sun For about ten … Continue reading Lindos. The Prettiest Village in Rhodes.
Towards the end of my recent six-month stint in New York, I kept exiting the subway at Bedford Avenue, taking the wrong exit (as always) and running into a Ford Mustang. A hot, red Ford Mustang. It stirred a drive to go on a road trip when the winter cleared. Drive it out of New York and towards the West coast possibly on the famous … Continue reading Mustang, by Ford.
It is Friday afternoon at the start of April. I am sitting at the communal table in this petit, coquette and extremely lovely coffee shop located fairly close to where I live. It is called The Yard and it lives inside Alexandra Palace train station. You would never expect a place of this kind inside a train station, however this is one of the reasons … Continue reading The Yard Café. The Best Coffee Shop This part of town.
If things and money don’t buy happiness, why aren’t there more places that tell people what happiness is about as opposed to places that sell them things for money? Could it be because we have come to associate the exchange of money for things with happiness? (Sparky insight/random thought that came to me around Bloomsbury this weekend.) Continue reading What is Happiness?
My love of simple started last year, when I read “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” by Marie Kondo. I immediately put the learning to practice and de-cluttered all of my belongings. I felt overall relieved at the end of that exercise and satisfied with the look of my wardrobe, among other things. I liked what I saw and looked forward to wearing the clothes … Continue reading Loving Simple.