Author: Georgina


Bright Beautiful World Podcast

Hello and good evening everyone! After much fiddling about with my website I think I have finally found a simple way of sharing a project I’ve been working on for the last couple of months, so I am incredibly excited!!! (please excuse the inundation of punctuation). SO… Since July 2017 I’ve been working on my own pod cast series on a wonderful new App called Anchor. It’s really  fast andContinue reading

Beauty, Body, Empties

Tropical Coconut Body Scrub- Super Beauty

Happy beginning of June! This month one of my goals was to de-clutter and since I am rather a skincare and makeup hoarder… (naughty GG,  bad GG, *slaps self on wrist*)… I decided to start there! My aim is simple; use up as many products as possible by the end of the month…or 20 products, whichever comes first. The result; have a beautiful, clear space. Also, a more tangible ideaContinue reading


Work Wardrobe Made Easy

Work wear is something that is can be challenging and somewhat dull, as unless your very lucky and have a job in marketing or something creative they are generally more subdued that what ideally you would like to wear. it’s especially difficult when you’ve just finished University and have finallly landed your first job, or going back to work after taking a break. What I always find as well isContinue reading

Find your happy; create your centre

Words on Exercise and Weight loss

So, how have your January’s been?…any resolutions? Although I think January is probably the worst month for any sort of dieting, weight loss or exercise (being long and cold), the odds are that we are all probably thinking about it. I of course, put on about 5 pounds over the holidays. Really it was my number one priority to loose it so I could start feeling healthier and more myself.Continue reading


Flying to Lands Unknown 

Oh today was an early one. Up at 2.30 (am), to be awake in time for the taxi at 3. I’ve always enjoyed getting a taxi, it is such a treat; such a luxury not to have to worry about buses and lugging your luggage around. The ride through the (nearly) silent streets was absolutely brilliant!! Whisked through London at 3.30 am was amazing, we went past Piccadilly Circus, KnightsbridgeContinue reading

Find your happy; create your centre

Let in the Light- Visualisation Technique

Normally I love September. We have a few perfect golden days at the beginning, then towards the end you start getting that cosy rosy-cheeked feeling.  Is it just me or are the thoughts of cashmere, silk scarves, glowing candles, (and no sunbathing guilt) so exciting? Not to mention all the designer fall lines coming out. Today though, I found myself feeling completely miserable. Oh how those little niggling things weighContinue reading


The Paris Secret- Karen Swan

The Paris Secret… oh how that name conjures up images… the Louvre hazy in the sunshine, la Tour Eiffel, Chanel, and little locked doors in an attic of a chic town house. Well in this book, that little door is opened for our enjoyment. The story begins when an apartment is discovered, belonging to the deceased grandfather of a fabulously wealthy family. Our Heroin, a humble English lass (and an expertContinue reading


The Night Circus- Erin Morgenstern

Welcome to my very first book review! the book in question is the beautifully presented Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. I would like to admit one little thing before we start… I judge books by their cover… I know you shouldn’t (it’s one of the first things we’re taught in school) but really if it’s not aesthetically pleasing then it has a much harder time earning it’s place on myContinue reading