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I’m Emma; keen blogger, nature lover and eternal optimistic.
I have enjoyed writing ever since I can remember, from writing short stories during my childhood, to guest blogging with translation agency, Planet Veritas.
The things I write about here are inspired by nature, things I have read or purely from my imagination!
- Gorgeous iris flower with a background of buttercups #365dayswild #springcolours #brightandbeautifulSuch a lovely sight to see - a white rose coming into flower #365dayswild #roses #springtimeA harlequin ladybird soaking up the sunshine #365dayswild #lookcloser #sunnydayBlue lit late night skies #365dayswild #takeamoment #lightereveningsThe smiling face of a daisy in the sunshine! #365dayswild #sunnyday #takeamomentPretty tulip opening up to the sunshine #365dayswild #sunshinemakesushappy #springflowers
Category Archives: London’s Calling
By the time it got to my last week in the capital, I felt like a veritable Londoner. I had become part of the commuter body and another cog in London’s gigantic wheel. I could have easily stayed on for … Continue reading
I’ve talked previously about my experience of the tube but it seems not everyone adheres to the unspoken etiquette which is so prevalent on this wondrous transport system. Therefore I’ve put together a few of these silent rules that I’ve seen … Continue reading
As part of my internship in London, I got invited on a work trip to Edinburgh. Quite exciting really – I didn’t expect to be leaving the office, never mind galavanting off around the country! It was an early start and … Continue reading
Ah the tube. One of the best ways to get around London if you avoid early morning, evenings and the Olympics! Come 5pm everyone piles out of their offices and onto an underground train to get home. I mean everyone. … Continue reading
I was on the hunt for some black trousers for work and so I got off at a different tube station and browsed some shops before work. Retail therapy at 8.30am, that’s a first for me. Unfortunately it wasn’t really … Continue reading
Monday morning, very early, 6.30am early. The last time I had to get up this early was for graduation (so not really that long ago). In order to give myself a chance at getting to the office for 9am I … Continue reading