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Jamie Delaney

💛🌎✈️ World traveler since I was born, keeping up the momentum for the things I love to do // 🇵🇹🇺🇸 // 📍London, UK

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It’s the holiday season 🎶 at Burlington Arcade

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Because who wouldn’t want a hot-air balloon in their foyer? 🦁 at Liberty London

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Oceania: a kaleidoscopic range of cultures 🌏 . . . . . One of my favourite things to do is to learn. Whether it’s learning about a culture, learning to make cheesecake, or learning how to speak Spanish, I just love it all. I guess that makes sense with my philosophy background, as well as my addiction to reading. For my birthday I asked for something to learn, and the answer was an afternoon at the Royal Academy of Art’s exhibition, “Oceania”. It’s a journey through the art past and present of the Pacific Islands. I’ve always been deeply fascinated by indigenous populations, especially their arts and crafts, but wow the objects coming from this area of the world is so unfamiliar yet so beautiful. It’s amazing how much we can learn in one day. at Royal Academy of Arts

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Let it glow! 🔮 at The Old Church

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Seems like it’s my birthday again 🥳 at Bar Douro

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Autumn = a brisk walk through your neighbourhood 🚶🏻‍♀️ . . . . . Last weekend was the first weekend that I actually didn’t have anything planned. I took the opportunity to actually find out where I live! Stoke Newington “Stokey” is loved by so many, yet unknown to so many more. It’s the best of both worlds. It’s a 15 min overground ride to Liverpool Street, yet it feels further away from central London. My neighbours downstairs told me that yes, there are lots of new people coming in, but there are some residents that have been here forever (like them — 30 years)! My response was: that’s great because things are changing and improving, but there’s still a sense of community. My neighbours said that is exactly it. Stokey is a community of people who want to see change, who want to better themselves, who want to work together. at Stoke Newington

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Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all other seasons 🍂 . . . . . Now that things have started to settle down, I can finally enjoy my favorite season. What I love most about autumn is its simplicity. To enjoy it you just need to put on your favorite sweater and walk through a park with a delicious, hot drink in hand and a good friend beside you. What wonderful conversations will you have? What insightful realizations will come to you? This time of year has a funny way of making us reflect, and I think it’s a great way of processing what has come before and looking forward to what is to come. at Clissold Park

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Easy come, easy go 🎸 at Carnaby London

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An October wedding amongst Spanish grapes 🍇 at Viñedos RHEY

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Hang on, let me breathe for just a sec 🍃 . . . . . It turns out moving into a new home and starting a new job at the same time is in fact overwhelming. When I’m not working or building IKEA furniture, I’m just trying to cook dinner. I feel like adults have a bad rep. Give them a break — adulting is really hard! Today was the first day that I was able to fit in a movie as a way to relax. You know you’re an adult when you have to schedule in chill time. But that’s okay because as long as you remember to breathe, you can just wait for the dust settle. at Oxford, Oxfordshire

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A next step, a new chapter 🚪 . . . . . Things have been so crazy busy on my end. Tomorrow I start my *NEW* job and this Thursday Victor and I are moving to our new flat! Though everything happening at once is a bit overwhelming, I am really excited about this next chapter. I think this will be the first chapter where I’ll actually *FEEL* like an adult. Does this mean I’m starting a new book?! Of course with that excitement I’m also incredibly nervous about what’s to come. But, change is good for me. Change keeps us on our toes and fosters our personal growth. It’s what makes the world go round, as my new chapter aligns with summer changing to autumn. As one door closes, another one opens. at Oxford, Oxfordshire

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50 shades of Earl Grey ☁️ at Southbank Centre

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The twinkling that comes out at dusk 💫 . . . . . I think the way you know if you love a city or town is if you enjoy just walking around it. Sure, there might be a list of attractions to hit up, but these are just points on a map. What about from A to B? If you are only excited about your next stop, then perhaps what you love is the sights and not necessarily the city encapsulating it. Luckily, my favourite aspect of visiting a place is actually just exploring all its hidden streets and gems. Bath is one such place. I didn’t really need to do all the touristy things (though the Baths are incredible). I could just wander for days. Read more on the blog: link in bio! at Bath, Somerset

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London-scapes 🌆 . . . . . Moving day is almost here! In the meantime I’ve been thinking about the best things about living alone (as in me and my partner). I can already tell you — being able to wear a face mask without scaring the sh*t out of my flatmates, not having to close ANY doors in the flat, singing whenever I want to, not having to wear a bra all day, and being able to have dinner when it’s still warm because I don’t have to clean the kitchen immediately. These are the little luxuries I’m looking forward to come move in day! at London, United Kingdom

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Next best thing to picking apples 🍎 . . . . . Thanks @hummingbbakery for this delicious Toffee Apple Gunpowder Cupcake! It is gunpowder tea-infused sponge cake filled with a Granny Smith apple filling simmered with cinnamon and brown sugar. It is topped with toffee cream cheese frosting and toffee sauce! Yum yum. at London, United Kingdom

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The calm before the storm 🌩 . . . . . The thing about mental health is that it’s always important. The health of the mind will forever be relevant. And, when you have some issues, mental health can take over your entire life. It doesn’t stop just because you’re traveling, eating great food, or taking a million photographs. These things are only distractions if you don’t deal with that squishy brain of yours. Throughout all my struggles, I think the biggest lesson I’ve learned is that it’s okay to not be okay sometimes. Sure, it’s okay to have days when you put yourself out there and force yourself to get over whatever you’re going through. But it’s also okay to give yourself a break. It’s okay to be delicate, to be vulnerable. Therapy once taught me that if you have this attitude while you are calm, you can be prepared for any storm that is to come. at Roc de Sant Gaietà

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Forever searching for my next pastry 🥐 at Forn Mistral

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All that is gold does not glitter 🌞 . . . . . Victor, like many other Spanish people, grew up going to his beach apartment during the summer. His town is Calafell, a town along the Costa Daurada. Calafell may not be the most beautiful or the most picturesque town in all of Catalunya, but part of Victor will always remain there and so it remains part of me. There’s something really heartwarming about someone returning to the same place time and time again, and having so many memories to share. Calafell has golden beaches, lively bars, delicious orxata, fresh seafood, and just everyday people. I feel right at home. at Calafell

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