What’s it like in Managed Isolation in New Zealand? This post answers all your questions about what my stay in a MIQ facility was like!Read more
Whether you’re going to your 1st or 50th festival, a packing list is ALWAYS a vital tool to make sure you have everything needed for a fab festival! Simply download or print my festival packing list and tick off each item as you pack it into your bag.Read more
Travelling to New Zealand and about to go into Managed Isolation? Wondering what things you should bring with you for your stay? This post lists my top 10 must-have items which I brought with me that have been real life savers!Read more
Amongst all the stress and uncertainty of COVID-19 and with the ever tightening rules on social distancing, it’s important to keep busy and keep calm during this tricky and uncertain time. Looking after our mental health is just as important as keeping physically fit, so use my little tips to help you through this difficult time!Read more
Camping at Glastonbury isn’t a turn-up and hope affair – preparation and planning are vital and will definitely improve your Glastonbury experience. With so many campsites to choose from, knowing the pro’s and con’s of each is essential for making the right decision about which campsite is best for you!Read more
Did you miss out on Glastonbury tickets this year? Do you want to find out how you can go to Glastonbury Festival for free? Read all about the legitimate ways you can get your hands on one of those golden tickets and be at the beautiful Worthy Farm for their 50th anniversary.Read more
Cool Britannia was everything you could imagine from a smaller scale British festival. With its amazing mixture of music genres, quintessentially British bands, banging burgers, an on-site pub and a fabulous atmosphere, it was bound to be an amazing festival!Read more
‘Wait for me somewhere between reality and all we’ve ever dreamed’.
Neverworld is a fantastic little festival tucked away in Hever, Kent. With a huge mix of music from some big-name artists, themed areas & bars and a wide variety of activities on offer, it was bound to be a epic weekend! Not only that, it was family AND dog-friendly… yes, a dog-friendly festival does exist and it was as epic as you imagine.
Having never been to Glastonbury before, it was always inevitable I was going to make some mistakes, but first times are always there to iron out the kinks – but it means I can tell you what not to do so you don’t make the same mistakes as me when you take on the beast that is Glastonbury… You’re welcome!Read more