I haven't written a blog post for a while. I find I am either too busy to sit down and write or not busy enough and therefore have nothing to write. Can't win! Also - I spend all day in my job in front of a computer so the last thing I feel like when I get home is opening my laptop.
So - not much blogging but I do love Twitter and look at it every day - it teaches me so much. Its quick / clever / funny / useful. See my page here.
I also try and post a photo on Instagram (one every day or two) and really enjoy what I follow / see there. See my page here.
I don't post on Facebook much anymore - there are too many adverts - and generally just too much of everything.
I have interviewed comedy duo and real life sisters Maddy and Marina Bye who are starting out on the comedy circuit with Siblings. Read it here. It is very, very funny. Jennifer Saunders says "Watch out for these gals!"
Calling all food lovers in London !! Come to Columbia Road one evening this week - The Hill Food Company are doing a Pop Up and it will be very special. Tickets available here. You can either have Supper or Brunch - honestly - its unmissable.
So excited to hear that Miranda Hart is going to be making her West End debut as Miss Hannigan in the musical Annie.
My brilliant friend Alice Doyne has started making videos of her new venture Marmalade Mansions. They are laugh out loud funny and totally brilliant. When the marmalade season is over, she is going to be starting on chutneys / jams etc. I can't wait.
I have just started reading AA Gill's memoir Pour Me. I was desperately sad to learn of his death. He successfully battled addiction but in the end, it was cancer that beat him. He was so highly intelligent and funny. I also want to read Lines in the Sand which is a collection of his articles. One of his last pieces about the NHS is particularly moving and brilliant. He wrote about food and reviewed restaurants like no other. I adored his journalism - The Sunday Times will never be the same again.
Yesterday, we celebrated the Mental Health Mates first anniversary with a big walk in Hyde Park - really quite spectacular so I think I am going to write about that in more detail.