parents

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I’ve always been close to my parents, they’re two of my absolute favourite people in the world. I’ve always turned to them in times of both happiness and sadness but now that I am on the other side of the world, my love and adoration for them has grown tenfold.

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#homeproud

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You definitely feel a heightened sense of patriarchy when you’re living away from home – especially when the Rugby World Cup is live in the country you’re living in! But it’s when you see articles like this where your country is voted the Best Country in the World, once again in the Telegraph Travel awards, that you secretly burst with a little bit of pride while sitting in your London office.

Cue boasting email to all work friends…

26 Reasons New Zealand is the Worlds Best Country

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n4 supper club

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A few Saturday nights ago, us Flossies found an absolute gem of a restaurant. It was ridiculously cheap (our entire meal came to around £8 each – including entrees, mains and corkage!), it was on our Main Street and it was B.Y.O. The best part? The food was absolutely to die for!

Vegetarian Indian – who would’ve thought this Flossie would’ve fallen in love with it as much as she did?!

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toot toot

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Not to blow my own trumpet – or beep my own horn – but tonight I accomplished something pretty impressive. Well, I think so anyway.

Bucket list or not, I’ve ticked off driving in London. Another string to my London bow.

Not only did I drive in London – which for many (including me) is an accomplishment in itself – but I drove from Wimbledon (South West) to Finsbury Park (North), in peak hour traffic, in a manual, alone.

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