Lunch at Postman’s Park

Between the northem border of the former St. Botolph’s Aldersgate churchyard and Little Britain was a small, roughly triangular 300-square-yard of piece.

Opened on 30 July 1900 the so called “Wall of Heroes” it’s still there recalling to the people “the things which had been done by those who did their duty bravely, simply and straightforwardly in the place where God had placed them”.


This been said… bring your lunch-box and walk to the small park… here far from the urban jungle, your unbearable office, and your unceasing hair loss you will find the peace to enjoy your toast and read about Alice Ayres (but please don’t bleach your hair as Alice, alias Natalie Portman in Closer).



BlueMonday?! No … Happy Thursday …

Millions of people watched Downton Abbey so religiously for a simpler reason: because there is always a place for things that are #classic! Jane Austen novels will never go out of style. Neither will Oscar Wilde or Evelyn Waugh.

Ready for the emotion of feeling like Lady Grantham for one day  (or Lady Mary, if you prefer dark brown hair) in the Great Library created by the famous 18th-century Scottish architect Robert Adam?!


If you are in the mood for style, for something classic and timeless my advice is to go to Hampstead Heath and visit beautiful Kenwood House, the London’s Georgian hidden gem, surrounded by tranquil landscape gardens

At any time of year, you will be warmly welcomed. Shut down your stress! Your hair will show the world you are perfectly happy!

… the entrance is free (clear!! we are in UK) so please, don’t forget to make your donation …

Once upon a time


Once upon a time, there was a blonde and flowing mane of arresting beauty…I was indeed the fairest hair in the land.

Then, I decided to move to London and immediately I started losing as much hair as a dog.

One day walking across beautiful antique shops in Mayfair, I saw myself in a mirror and realized my beautiful hair was nothing but a long distance memory. The daily crisis, struggles, and battles in the Old Smoke had ruined my envied beauty.

#Losingmyhairinmayfair is an essential survival guide that will help you to face the daily crisis, struggles, and battles avoiding thinning of your hair.

So… keep following my tips. It is in your interest.