Sousse as a Tunisian destination is one of those that I was most intrigued to visit, not because of any archaeological prominence instead I wanted to see how the once popular costal town looked after the beach terror attack of 2015. Now that Foreign Office travel restrictions had been lifted… View Post

One of the best things about blogging is the people you meet online in the blogging community, so when blogging conferences come up it’s an amazing way to put a face to a social media profile picture. Blogcamp On Board was organised by Sally and the team at Tots100 last… View Post

Roast dinners – those two simple words are the magic of food, be it memories of childhood roasts cooked by your Mum, to venturing out as a student on the hunt for the best pub serving a roast. There are no rules when it comes to roast dinners, why should… View Post

I love me a beach – there’s something so cliché yet never old about walking along the beach with the water lapping at your feet. My latest trip to Tunisia saw me stay in four hotels over seven nights with three having their own private beaches. It was lovely to… View Post

As a travel blogger, I’m super fortunate to live 30 minutes away from Gatwick and an hour from Heathrow – making the logistics of heading off on holiday and press trips that bit easier. Before having Boo I would always use public transport to travel to the airport. With motherhood… View Post