• Fetish Dating

    The internet is still relatively in its infancy and yet it has transformed our lives. We can now compare prices of items in a store to those available in other stores, without moving. We can get groceries and other shopping delivered to our front door at a time of our choosing. We can research for projects, personal or work, from any device with an internet signal. Our lives are changing faster than ever before, but as well as amazing work based revolutions, one of the best things about the internet is that it allows us to connect with other people…

  • Dating in your mature years

    Whatever your age or stage of life, dating can be tricky. You can feel nervous and this is heightened particularly if you feel that you have “baggage” or maybe you have been out of the dating pool for a while…

  • Cottage Holidays in the UK

    With the continued uncertainty over Brexit, and the implications it might have on both travel and the economy, staycations are growing rapidly in popularity and rightly so. Whilst I love international travel, holidays in the UK are a great way…

  • Single, mature and travelling?

    Single and Mature? Dating is hard at any age, but particularly when you perhaps no longer feel like a spring chicken! Well the good news is, no matter what age you are, there are plenty of options open to you!…

  • Is dating while travelling a good idea?

    Dating while travelling has always been seen as something foolish, but at the end of the day, it depends what you are looking to get out of it. If you are looking for Mr or Mrs Right and to settle…

  • A valuable travel insurance lesson

    I am an absolute advocate of having travel insurance. With the advent of comparison sites, you can get great cover at a super low price, and so in my opinion there is no excuse not to have it. It’s not…

  • Finding the one before Christmas

    I love this time of year. The weather is closing in – it’s getting cooler and the evenings are darker, but snuggling up in front of a fire with a loved one is one of the highlights of the year.…

  • Things to do in the Garden of England

    Ken, often referred to as the Garden of England, is a beautiful part of the country. Whilst it may not be top of people’s lists of places to go in the UK, it really has so much to offer that…

  • Unusual dating ideas in Cornwall

    Dating is a minefield on a good day, but when you are new to the area it can be even more so. I moved last year from just outside London, down to the South West. All the places I would…

  • End of year parties

    I love this time of year. Much as I don’t love the colder weather and the darker commutes, there is something hugely satisfying about snuggling up with a loved one on the sofa or in front of an open fire.…

  • My Kilimanjaro Trek – a dream holiday

    I lost my father in 2008 to an aggressive brain tumour. We didn’t have long after his diagnosis, but his last ten days were in an amazing hospice. I’ve supported and fundraised for them ever since, and I even worked…