Friday Links July 28th

You may have seen on social media that I bought the book 111 Places in Cambridge that You Shouldn’t Miss. I’m working through these places one by one, all in order!

Place number one was Abbey House – which isn’t a public place (I took photos outside like a weirdo). It’s the oldest continuously inhabited house in the city having been founded in 1092. Want more info on what makes this place special? You need to buy the book!

Let’s linkie!

I discovered Chloe at The Little Plum this week and loved her post about the struggles young women have with contraception. You can bet if it was men’s responsibility, facilities would be much more accessible.

Erica has just discovered how awesome Suffolk is.

Wanting to go a bit further afield? Bev has a great guide to Berlin street art.

I love me a good girl boss read – Sophie has a great list of them here, just in case you needed some more.

I can definitely identify with these reasons why millennials are hard to manage.

Nicole’s post on blogger problems made me giggle…it’s a strange world we’re a part of.

I was so moved by Charlie’s post about her trip back to her father’s country, Jamaica. Be sure to read the follow up post, where she finds her roots there.

Recently I’ve gone back to a what free diet, after not being able to deal with the tummy issues any longer. Rachel Emily has gone dairy free, and has some great advice here for those who also need to be careful!

Are you doing markets all wrong?

Have an awesome Friday! x


  1. Ros Horton says:

    Hi Charlotte

    Fantastic that you’ve bought our book, 111 Places in Cambridge… Even better that you like it. I hope you enjoy visiting the places we included – including the extra ones mentioned in the Tip sections. Sometimes I think those are more interesting than the main event.

    Just one small thing – Abbey House was founded in 1092. Any chance you could correct it (otherwise it doesn’t look like a very old house at all!).


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