I’ve spoken quite a lot about my love for date night on my blog before and how much I love to spend some quality time with Matt. It always makes me so happy to be able to enjoy a good few hours delighting in each other’s company, talking about everything and anything.
However, I also firmly believe that in order to enjoy ‘date night’, you don’t necessarily have to spend it with your partner. I class ‘date night’ as time spent by myself watching Friends and drinking a delicious hot chocolate, catching up with friends who I haven’t seen in a long time or spending time with my amazing mum in a stunning London hotel…
Here’s why date night doesn’t just have to be with your partner, and what myself and my mum got up to on our ‘date night’ last week!
Travelling is without a doubt one of my absolute favourite things to do in the world and it makes me so unbelievably happy.
Travelling with Matt makes me approximately ten times happier. Getting to explore new places with my best friend is a feeling that really can’t be described and we’ve been extremely lucky to visit a plethora of places together already.
There’s obviously an abundance of places that you can visit all around the world and an infinite possibilities of things to see and do, and today’s post is all about my recommendations of the trips you need to take with your partner. View Post
Today’s post is the second installment of my Valentine’s Day posts and I’m so excited for you guys to read this one! For me, Valentine’s Day is an occasion that should be celebrated regardless of your relationship status as it’s a day to celebrate love and happiness with those in your life.
While the romantic occasion certainly isn’t just about giving and receiving presents, it’s always nice to be treated to something special, especially if it’s something that you’ve had your eye on for a little while.
Matt is actually remarkably amazing at buying gifts and experiences that he knows I’ll love (hello, trip to Paris as my Christmas present!!!) but I know there’s a few people out there who may not be the best at purchasing gifts for their loved ones so I really hope this post helps! I’ve tried my best to put together a gift guide for all those people who are struggling to find gifts for their partners this year, so here the things that your girlfriend actually wants for Valentine’s Day.
You all know by now just how obsessed I am with the TV show Friends. I’ve loved the show for so many years now and I’ve learned many lessons from the iconic 90s show – some of which I’ve spoken about before.
I’m pretty sure if you’ve ever watched even just one episode of this truly brilliant sitcom then you’ll be somewhat aware of the lessons it’s taught us. It’s iconic, brilliant and hilarious and I’m so glad that I was able to grow up with it.
Since I’ve already spoken about the general life lessons that Friends has taught me, today’s post is all about the things that it’s taught us about love; everything from Chandler’s hopelessness with women to Phoebe’s inability to find ‘the one’, there’s plenty of things that we can learn from Friends about love.
I’ve made it no secret on this little corner of the internet just how much I adore Matt and how much he means to me, so naturally I know a thing or two about the little things you should remember to tell your partner every now and then.
In order to build a solid, respectful and amazing relationship, I truly believe there are a few things you should say to your partner, whether it’s every day, every week or just every so often; it’s important to remind your beau just how much they mean to you.