Archives for posts with tag: southbank

The park was surprisingly warm at lunch. Reading my book in the almost sun with the hazy sky was bliss.

Flirting with Nat.

Crafts with Sarah at the Southbank. And the fireworks on the balcony at the end. Best of all the world’s.


Volunteering for the Foodbank. It was a good three hours of smiling and chatting and doing.

Going to see the space at Southbank for BOW at WOW. It’s going to be so good!

Our workshop for BOW in the evening. Lovely feminist friends, coming together to help us and give us ideas and energy and love. We came up with a great idea and I can’t wait to see it happen!


Coffee with Jen. She was nice to me and didn’t tell me off.

Going to the WOW campaign workshop. So lovely to meet more fabulous women. And be asked for help on a project by someone who was facilitating it! Such a buzz. 

Lottie’s party. Alec’s stories, seeing Ciaran, drunk Jonny, inflexible Doug and hanging out with Will. It was a really fun night!


Maybe got a job at WOW. 

Got heaps more Instagram followers after a mention on Buzzfeed (it had some slightly negative repercussions. But also I love that woman who came to my rescue. Bye trolls).

Finally saw Dunkirk. Brilliant, so intense.


My homegrown,multicoloured sunny tomatoes

Buying fabric for my dresses.

Live music. It’s nice to hear live music.

​Dog walking lols

Eden. And then texting about it.

Walking along the Southbank to Vauxhall. Feeling myself. Loving Robyn.

The beautiful tiny garden in Vauxhall with the swings and the poems and the big weird trees.

(Yeah its four things today, what of it)

A day with Hannah, eating our way from place to place.An evening on the Southbank. Exactly what I needed. Beer and burgers. 

Alec making me lol again.

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A day with people I like. Away from the estate.
A sunny lunch with Bradnam in the park.
An evening on the Southbank and London nighttime walking.

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Walking across the bridge, looking across at misty London and getting a kick of ‘oh I’m so lucky to live here’
WoW festival. My first time and my first of three days. I spent it by myself, with hundreds of other brilliant and interesting feminists. A really lovely, lovely day.
Delicious, proper Chinese food with my fabulous friends. Well done Ming.

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Caitlin Moran and her Moranifesto.
The camel toe and all the hilarious signing.
Walking from Old Street, just because. I love walking through London. I love knowing my way through London.

P.s. Happy International Women’s Day

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A day of giggles with my colleagues

Finding out I don’t have to work on Friday morning. And the afternoon will be spent having lunch along Southbank. What a lovely last day at work.

Walking past a shop called Assmann.