A non-smoker who loves to laugh... (and binge on travel, food, movies, fashion, and theatre...). Find me on Twitter @gtvlondon
Team Management: Goal Setting
At Gay Star News, the online media company where I work, we've been growing. We've been recruiting new members to the team, and there's also been some turn-over in roles, plus we've got some plans for further growth. So it feels like we're going through a period of change.
I work for Gay Star News—we're an online news and information site that focuses on the LGBTQ community around the world. We achieve big things, but we're only a small team—essentially it's 21 people who make everything happen. Of those 21, 18 are based in our office in London and three work remotely (New York, Los Angeles, and Sydney).
Exploring the City of Cardiff
If you’re looking for an easy mini-break from London, the city of Cardiff is definitely worth checking out. The capital of Wales is a simple train journey direct from London’s Paddington station, or it's about a three-hour drive (depending on traffic). A modern city with incredible history, there’s a lot to explore in Cardiff.
Live Like a Local and See the World
I have to admit that I am a terrible tourist. I love travelling, but I hate feeling like an outsider — I want to know where the best cafe is, I want to buy fresh bread and make a sandwich for lunch, I want to lie in a park and share a picnic with friends.
Queenstown: A Travel Guide
Winter isn’t a lot of fun unless you are properly equipped with some skis and a hip flask. It was only a short flight to Queenstown on the South Island of New Zealand but it felt like a world away from the dreariness of Sydney. Fresh deep snow, blue skies, and the streets teeming with attractive men in expensive winter wear.
Exploring the Costa Blanca
The Costa Blanca is one of the iconic holiday destinations that Spain is famous for. Unfortunately it seems that the Costa Blanca is famous for many of the wrong reasons — over-developed conurbations, swarms of package-holiday tourists, and local cuisine being shunned by cafes and restaurants all intent on offering the all-too-familiar English Breakfast and Fish & Chips.