If you ask me what I usually eat for breakfast my answer will be either toast or cereal. Brunch usually means scrambled eggs on toast. However if we go out for breakfast or brunch then I will always opt for pancakes if they are on the menu. Back in March I noticed that Three Stack were doing a pop up for a few weekends, just down the road from us. I had followed them on Instagram for a while and they were on my ‘to…

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Festivals are a great way to experience a destination in a unique and different way. Whether you’re looking for the greatest cultural experience, the glamour of a film festival or the sheer joy of a music festival – there is something for everyone. Throughout my twenties every summer would be spent going to festivals. Music has always been a big part of my life. There is nothing better than spending a weekend in a field with friends seeing some of your favourite music live. So here…

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Last month I took part in a little Instagram challenge. Set up by Chelle and Brighton Mums, the overall theme for the month was BrightoninMay. Each day had a different prompt, and although I didn’t complete every day I did most. May is a busy month for Brighton, as I wrote about in this post. As well as the fringe and festival, Foodies Festival takes place on Hove Lawns. Also every weekend throughout the month local artists open their studios and homes to the public. So if…

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Since the age of 14/15 I have had dyed hair. That’s over half of my life! I love having bright hair, and feel much more ‘me’ with pink or red hair. The longest I’ve gone without dyeing it was during my pregnancy. A few weeks after giving birth I was back to bright. Growing up a lot of my favourite films or tv shows had people with unnatural hair colours. Frenchie in Grease, Ariel in The Little Mermaid, Jem and the Holograms, Angela in My So…

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If you live in/near or are visiting Brighton, then one of the places you must visit is the Sea Life Centre. The centre is situated right on the seafront, by the pier so you can’t miss it. Although there are a lot of steps down to the entrance, if you head down to the beach there is a tunnel. This is ideal if you have a wheelchair or a pushchair. The Brighton Sea Life Centre is actually the oldest operating aquarium in the world. It…

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