Café Adagio, Croydon 

Soup and bread roll

My partner and I love a trip to Café Adagio on Lower Addiscombe Road here in Croydon. It is our very most local independent cafe and happens to be run by a really love guy. In fact my partner likes it so much he sometimes goes there without me to sit and read his book! There […]

Discovering Local Events

Things are always happening just around the corner but how often do we know about them until they have actually happened? Things can be so badly publicised unless you know exactly where to look and that can make it really effort-some to actually go off and find them. I used to work once a week […]

Throwback Thursday: Old Music

When you have no broadband and your data is running low so you avoid spotify like the plague you’re left with a few options for access to music. There is turning on the radio and trying to find a station that has music on you actually like, suits your mood and perhaps you can sing […]

Christmas Shopping and Planning

I’ve had so many great plans this year in my mind about what to get people, where to get it and sending anything off at the right time but none of them have really come together. My tablets to help anxiety are also sedatives so I can only use them to go out for short […]

Getting Festive

It seems to be ever so hard to get into the Festive spirit this year. Last year it felt as if town was missing that little something of Christmas sparkle but this year everywhere I go seems a little lack lustre and grim. Partly I am probably struggling to get excited because the cost of […]

Malletti – Tooting

When visiting a chain restaurant you expect there to be a certain standard and consistency. You don’t survive in Soho and the likes without a decent understanding of the market and what people expect of you. However, there are certain issues with chains slowly developing, much like certain shops take over family businesses, but the […]