Regent's Park is So Famous, But Why?




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There is pleasure in the pathless woods, there is rapture in the lonely shore, there is society where none intrudes, by the deep sea, and music in its roar; I love not Man the less, but Nature more.

                                                      Lord Byron

The past few weeks has been challenging for me. Its been incredibly busy at work and juggling work and personal space has been a struggle, not to mention all that’s been going on in the news lately!

All of these heaviness were beginning to wear me down and clearing my head was all I needed to keep going. I began to draw closer to the things that help when I feel like this, i.e spend some time alone with my Maker,  Exercise and Spend Quality Time around Nature. Different things  will work best for people but it is important to find those things that help you DECLUTTER and do them regularly. I am still learning to incorporate these routines into my everyday life.

I’ve heard people say, I don’t like routines! To some, it can be difficult but routines helps me a lot.  Surely, I won’t be able to blog, be with friends and family, incorporate daily exercise,  quality alone time, and my job without some form of routine in my every day life.  What do you do to DECLUTTER? Leave comments below 🙂

On this particular Saturday, I planned to catch up with two friends and we agreed to meet at Regents Park. I have visited this park a few times but this time was different, I visited the famous “Rose Garden” for the first time! Would you believe that in my years of visiting this park, I’ve never been to the Rose Garden??!

As you know, I like to bring history into my writing, so here it goes! 🙂

Regents Park is one of ‘The Royal Parks’ in London situated between City of Westminster and Borough of Camden. Finding your way to this park on the tube should be very easy, if you get on the Bakerloo line heading towards Harrow and Wealdstone, get off at Regents Park. The park is literally 2 minutes walk from the station. I’d advise to travel by tube to this park as parking can be very difficult in this part of London.

This Park was designed by John Nash, covers 395 acres and includes Queen Mary’s garden which features more than 12,000 roses of 400 varieties. There are excellent sport facilities including the largest outdoor sports area in Central London and variety of activities namely; an Open Air Theatre, the London Zoo, gardens and a boating lake.

The girls and I bought some snacks, bottle of wine (of course, no relaxation without alcohol- am sure you agree!:)) and a cloth for the grass. We sat down, with some food, a glass of wine and the discussions began!

I love my girlfriends – they always manage to turn an ordinary time together to a memorable one! We did what we girls do best….. (leave that to your imaginations!) It was indeed a great day for the park with people playing and animals doing the same. I enjoy when the sun is out in London, people are much friendlier! Do you agree? 🙂

Say hello to our lovely friend 🙂 Isn’t he adorable?!
On our way to the beautiful Rose Garden 🙂

Here is my outfit for the day- love this cute play-suit! I bought this  Black Bardot Lace Jumpsuit from Elsie’s Attic !







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Sadly, they are no longer on sale at Elsie’s Attic but I found a jumpsuit quite similar at  Ivrose.comShoes are from my favorite shoe shop  Kurt Geiger  which were bought two years ago, similar shoes can be bought at and finally the hand bag is from Longchamp . Shop my entire outfit for less than £100!

Happy shopping!

Do you enjoy nature? How do you reconnect and recharge?

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.

Albert Einstein

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Lots of love and stay safe,

C x



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  1. Every visit to the park is made better by corgis!

    Mentally declutter when I’m doing something boring- like the washing up! It sounds really stupid but whilst my hands are doing something dull and mundane by brain can race away, and clear out the cobwebs and worries!

    1. Corgis are just the best! I want one myself 🙂 Totally agree with you, doing mundane tasks like washing up, cleaning, ironing, cooking help me declutter too! Wow, awesome how you’re all very similar 🙂 Thanks so much for commenting and reading! x

    1. It is indeed! The riverfront is glorious 🙂 Water always gives us energy! Glad you have your source for recharging, really important in a city like London-Keep it up! x

    1. Thanks Jackie, glad you enjoyed reading this post. where do you live? Visit Regents Park whenever you’re next in London. It’s a great hide away Park with so much to do! I always look forward to a trip… 🙂

    1. That’s so beautiful Pip! See I envy those who draw and paint cos I can’t and wish I could 🙂 How amazing it must feel to go into your creative world and paint to declutter! I’ll look up some of your work. Do you have an online presence? Thanks for stopping by and commented! Much appreciated x

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  3. Great write up, really informative! To declutter my thoughts (that’s where i most have to decluter as I’m very minimalistic anyway), i write in my journal every morning as soon as i wake out. I get all my thoughts out onto paper, examine them, then let them go for the day

    1. Hi Jem, that’s really great to write every morning in your journal! I find that it’s important to declutter the head too- running or Pilates helps me in this area. Keep up with journaling! Great work x

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