STRESS AND THE CITY - Living in a big City
can be fantastic but also overwhelming.
Since I moved to London, I've been living some of the most challenging moments of my Life.
I'm bringing my experience of moving here alone, with nothing but the certainty of how much I wanted to stay and develop myself here.
My posts will touch thoughts, personal and professional experiences, failure and success, new and old friends and how much all this is shaping the person I'm becoming.
BIRDIE'S TALK - Camden Town and Mornington Crescent
Camden is the life and sole of any party; a massive alternative music, cultural and theatre scene runs alongside the mainstream. This area is stereotyped as the hippy, grungy, left-leaning area, but with a trendy edge - just take a look around Camden Market!
Alongside this there is a greater respectability around Regent's Park and London Zoo as well as the mainstream attractions in the City centre around The British Museum and the new St. Pancras Station.
The London Borough of Camden stretches a total of just 22 square kilometers within inner London, to the north of the city centre
It is an area of strong contrasts, ranging from open spaces like Hampstead Heath, to the busy Central London areas of Covent Garden and Holborn and the lively, lefty Camden Market and Camden Lock.