Friday, 27 November 2015

    5 tips for dealing with a busy schedule!

    I'm one of those people who is non stop and I don't like saying no to things. This year this ended up affecting me when I ended up doing far to much and I got hit with the awful winter illnesses that are flying about. So spent a week in bed doing nothing to get better which is my worst nightmare but it has to be done. 


    Tuesday, 24 November 2015

    Cycle Revolution | Design Museum

    On Saturday morning, The Design Museum in Bermondsey, kindly invited us for a bloggers breakfast and the opportunity to be shown around their newest exhibition; Cycle Revolution.
    The exhibition is pitched as a celebration of the diversity of contemporary cycling in Britain.
    Reviewing a museum is new to Split the City, but because cycling culture is very much on the rise in London (who can go a day without seeing a Boris bike?) it made sense for us to go see it. Also, we were very excited to visit the Design Museum, because as an establishment it's prestigious and famous for its devotion to design, in every form; something we definitely appreciate. 
    It's also interesting to our blog concept as the museums current location is in South East (I throw my confetti), but come 2016 will be moving to Kensington (Nikki maniacally laughs).


    Wednesday, 18 November 2015

    Our Blogmas Vow

    Split the City are super excited to announce that we will be participating in Blogmas this year!
    We're still a relatively new blog, and we've felt to welcomed by all other bloggers out there, so it only felt right to take part!
    As we're two writers we'll be alternating days, but promising to bring you content every day from December 1st to December 24th.
    Deep breaths, and wish us luck!

    Monday, 16 November 2015

    October Favourites

    October has been a very busy month for Split the City; every day has been a build up to Nikki's awesome Halloween party, which you'll see more of in both our faves bellow!
    Alongside that we've been doing the usual - gallivanting around London town like we own the place.


    Thursday, 12 November 2015

    As I Approach 22...

    As the older half of Split the City, I have the scary delight of turning 22 this month. As much as I'm excited to legitimately sing THAT Taylor Swift song all year round, 22 seemed a scary age to me for a while;
    It's not 21, where you've just reached official adulthood and can still be excused for's not 20, where you're not 21 yet...and it's certainly not 19, where you're still a teenager. 22 is a grown age.
    However, for what may be the first time ever, I'm somewhat prepared for this age. I've had the most difficult year of my life, and I've learnt a few difficult lessons, but they've all brought me to a place in my life where I feel confident and prepared.
    As I approach 22, here is what I know:

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