Skirrid Fawr & Raglan Castle

Skirrid Fawr & Raglan Castle

We all know that the Summer holidays are a time for carefree fun, sunny pursuits and wholesome family joy. Don’t we? Instagram and Twitter feeds are always full of these supposedly perfect family escapades, and I have also been sharing the shit out of all […]

Pregnancy: Week 24

Pregnancy: Week 24

I’ve been spending a lot more time than usual in bed recently. As lavish as this sounds, it’s actually because at 24+ weeks pregnant I’ve been having a whole lot of back pain. So much so, that the Chef even felt he had to buy […]

Talybont Reservoir & Blaen Y Glyn Waterfalls

Talybont Reservoir & Blaen Y Glyn Waterfalls

We had a great walk the other Sunday, around and about Talybont-on-Usk. We had the intention of finding some waterfalls, but failed somewhat in our planning. Luckily, we called in on some friends who live nearby who chaperoned us. We stopped off at Talybont Reservior, which […]

Recipe: Seared Bass with Laverbread Sauce

Recipe: Seared Bass with Laverbread Sauce

It’s that time again. Another seafood recipe from The Chef, and again we are keeping it simple but delicious, and completely Chloe-proof Before I moved to Wales I had no clue what Laverbread was. Turns out it’s a traditional Welsh delicacy which has recently been […]

Review: Little Greene Paint Co.

Review: Little Greene Paint Co.

Review: Little Greene Paint Company The lovely people at Little Greene Paint Company recently sent me a couple of tins of their paint to review. We’ve only just recently moved into our flat, and are still deciding whether or not to stay, but I couldn’t pass […]

Hospital Bag “Essentials”

Hospital Bag “Essentials”

So I thought it'd be cute to write a little 'Top Picks' post for hospital bag essentials. As most of you have probably gathered, I'm pregnant again, and all though I've done this twice all ready I'm still a little hazy on what the hell […]

13th June 2017

13th June 2017

Things I have learnt this last week or so: Despite feeling enormously sorry for myself I can still get on with productive things Trying to edge a straight line when painting a (terribly) woodchip papered wall should be a form of punishment for those who […]

Recipe: Poached Lobster with Broad Beans & Thai Butter

Recipe: Poached Lobster with Broad Beans & Thai Butter

The great thing about working in hospitality is that you get to make friends with a lot of people who work with food. Food being one of my favourite things therefore takes a high place on my list of priorities, which is probably why I’m […]

Book Review: AniMalcolm by David Baddiel

Book Review: AniMalcolm by David Baddiel

Sponsored Post: AniMalcolm Book Review The folks at HarperCollins kindly sent us the paperback edition of David Baddiel’s newest children’s book, AniMalcolm for review. The book is now available in paperback, as well as hardback and you can watch the trailer below. The book is […]

Taming the Beast

Taming the Beast

Anxiety: Taming the Beast The weather recently has been all over the place, and I have certainly felt under it. From thunder storms to glorious sunshine, my moods have reflected all the Welsh weather has thrown our way. For me, the erratic meteorological conditions of […]