The Competitive Era Of Blogging Is Burning Me Out

I have not written a personal blog post in a while. I try and keep things positive on Fresh and Fearless, because it was always been a workspace for me to express my creativity. To showcase my talents and keep an online diary, for when i’m old. However, i’m struggling to keep up. My blog was never meant to be┬ácommercialised,…
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Quality Italian Opulence At Margot

When we talk about our ancestors and where we originally came from, it can be a funny story. I know for one, my story isn’t simple. My parents are originally from Gujrat in India, but my dad was born in Tanzania, Africa and likewise with my mum, but in Uganda. However, I was born in England, making me British. Am…
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Idyllic Churchill Afternoon Tea At The Wellesley

When I first moved to London for university, I was housed with a few American students who had come to study for a semester. Being new to London, they had all these stereotypical preconceptions of what England was all about. One of the questions I was asked ‘Is afternoon tea really a thing?’ and much to their amazement, I nodded.…
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Top 6 UK Weekend Getaways

When most people work nine to five, Monday to Friday, they generally live for the weekend. Sometimes getting out of the hustle and bustle of the city and having a quick weekend getaway is just ideal. You don’t need to go far to enjoy the peace and serenity. Whether getting some sea and sand is your thing, a quick country…
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The Outtakes Of A Travel Blogger

Being a travel blogger is great, going on press trips to far, travelling to worldwide destinations and to magnificent hotels. Not to mention the family, holidays with your parents and siblings. All great. Except when you become the designated photographer of the trip. Unknown uncles that you have acquired in the past few days shouting your name “Aftab, take this…
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5 Ways To Maintain Your Flying Fears

Growing up I was the child that wanted to go on holiday during every school holiday, like some of my friends. Except we were generally restricted to two holidays a year, once in summer and then again in Christmas. Jetting off to near by European cities and then on long haul flights to Africa every so often. Holidays always excited…
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