{CC & Me. NYC. My 39th birthday}                        Since he went into the jungle, in 2016, I have thought about Joel Dommett probably once every couple of months. There’s the obvious reasons ~ He’s easy on...

               There is a Christmas wreath making workshop I went to, some years ago now, that I think about probably once a month. Run by a friend and along with three other friends we went in the hope of...

Phoebe Luckhursts recent article, for the Evening Standard, questioned whether the classic Rom-Com had died a slow and saccharine death right before our very eyes. I am not ashamed to say that I have long been a fan of the Rom-Com. Predictable and dependable, there is nothing...

             {Member's of the Cambridge rowing team. James Cracknell second from the right} I text my friend Dan the other day with a link to a new comedy writing and performance course now available at the University we both attended. 'Totes would have...

Last weekend I went to Somerset to help my parents oldest friends clear out ninety three years worth of someone's precious belongings. Attached to the side of Terry & Judy's beautiful cottage, in a hamlet near Yeovil, is an annexe where Terry's mum Joy lived. She...

My niece looks like my brother. Sounds cute but she's actually my sisters daughter. I'm not saying she's currently resembling a nearly 42 year old man but, Tiny, as we like to call her, has the same heavy brow and cheeky smile that our brother...

Having watched the documentary The Crash Reel by Lucy Walker three times in as many days I can safely say I am obsessed with it. When I sat down to watch it for the first time on Saturday I thought it would be another snowboarding video....