Lifestyle

At Get Jaunty, lifestyle covers everything from hotel reviews, blogging tips and days out, to mental health and photography.

You’re in a good place to start browsing if you’re interested in trying something new, visiting somewhere unknown or just want an interesting read about a topic you’re interested in too.

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Taking in the Priceless View at London’s Sky Garden
Days Out & Events

Taking in the Priceless View at London’s Sky Garden

At coffee one day my friend spontaneously booked us both free tickets to the Sky Garden at the top of the famous Walkie Talkie building. You may have heard of it for melting cars in the summer, or perhaps this Fenchurch Street venue is now 100% about the cafe view.

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Burger & Lobster Restaurant Review, London
Lifestyle

Burger & Lobster Restaurant Review, London

This Saturday I visited London to see a friend and take in a show (The Play that Goes Wrong). Before this however, we decided to try out Burger & Lobster on Dean Street. I spent a little while Googling the chain and was struck by the mixed reviews.

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Stuff You Should Know Podcast, London, UK
Lifestyle

Stuff You Should Know Podcast, London, UK

When we heard that the witty and brilliantly educational podcast Stuff You Should Know was coming to London, we bought our tickets straight away and think we were even in the first 20 to book. Just saying.

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March’s Top 5 Instagram Travel Snaps
Photography and Tech

March’s Top 5 Instagram Travel Snaps

Instagram is becoming a new online home for me and something to use for travel inspiration. I never quite got the appeal of looking at other people’s photos until earlier this year, and instead just enjoyed sharing my own.

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Post Travel Blues: Advice After You Return from Extended Trips
Europe

Post Travel Blues: Advice After You Return from Extended Trips

My first solo trip was when I moved to Canada for six months in 2009 as part of a study abroad programme. I was much younger and didn’t take the time to think about whether I’d get culture shock, or even reverse culture shock when I returned. I spent a lot of time planning before I left and whilst I was there, was too busy having fun to really feel any nostalgia for home or think about being back.

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