Welcome to my corner of the world! DaringWithDimi is a lifestyle blog where I dare to be open and vulnerable; share my passions and write about anything and everything! From top tips about the best places to visit in a city, book recommendations and food reviews - to more serious topics surrounding sustainability, youth culture, anxiety, sexism and more.
Although it may look like your average expensive restaurant, Brasserie Blanc can be surprisingly affordable – as long as you purchase a Virgin Experience Days voucher in advance. Brasserie Blanc is a French-inspired restaurant, which prides itself on its seasonality and its use of fresh ingredients. The restaurant has five different locations in London (Chancery Lane, Fulham Reach, Southbank, Threadneedle Street and Tower of London) and twelve more across the UK, including:
Hello and welcome to Part 2 of my Brighton blog post series (because if you couldn’t tell, I’m a big fan of Brighton now). This time round we’re departing from landmarks and focusing on not-so-well-known places, i.e., independent restaurants, funky bars and charming cafes. For each of them I’ll be giving you a rough estimate on how much a visit for two costs – because who doesn’t like being fully informed?
Don’t trust me? Read along. Perhaps it would come as a surprise to many of you when I say that the UK can offer a phenomenal summer beach holiday. And trust me, a month ago I would have been just as surprised. But having recently visited Brighton, I was completely astounded at how sunny, lively and summery the UK’s south coast is. So, naturally here I am, writing a blog post about it, in London on a cloudy Friday, ready to relive the Brighton experience.
A blog post summarising my recent (and first ever) trip to the Lake District by providing restaurant, accommodation and travel tips - including mountain peaks and lakes (of course)
A blog post discussing a topic I feel passionate about - environmental preservation and how the average person can help conserve and maintain the Earth - a problem no longer reserved for future generations.
An exploration of 21st century treatment of women, including both media's portrayal and conduct towards Meghan Markle as well as the tragedy of Sarah Everard and the strong lack of female safety today.
A blog post discussing both what I liked and disliked in Matt Haig's best-seller 'The Midnight Library' (no spoilers present! - aka a safe read)
An honest and open discussion surrounding my own feelings after graduating, including self-doubt and lack of confidence; as well as tips to other graduates who are experiencing similar worries in this post-pandemic world.