With the city well and truly left behind for summer and for us students, the foreseeable future, we are now left with a vast period of that illusive thing called ‘time’ that we so desperately struggled to find throughout the entire academic year. Some of us may have holidays, internships and summer jobs to camouflage the natural fear of extensive quantities of time. But we’re not fooling anyone. Everyone knows that the desperate attempt to forget about time translates directly to an attempt to try and forget the crippling devastation over the temporary loss of our home – London.
And its understandable, because how does anyone possibly go about getting over the lovely city? How could anyone possibly adjust to life beyond the moving and shaking of the city. It’s consuming, vibrant and full of every kind of place you could ever want to be. And therefore, getting over London, even just for a temporary break up, is going to be pretty difficult. So with that said, I’m here to give the conclusive guide on going on a break with London, the love of your life.
Getting over people and cities is pretty much the same thing, so let’s start with the basics.
With these 3 easy steps, you’ll be well over London in no time at all. And if they don’t? Well, in that case, the love is probably just. too. much. And, anyway, who am I to question that? I’m writing this on a direct train straight back to London.
I'm Ellie and I'm a writer and editor from the North West of England, currently located in London. As a writer, I produce content on fashion, arts, culture, ethics, lifestyle, events and London life. I was also Features Editor and Photography Editor of Queen Mary's CUB Magazine from 2016-2017, where I also study English Literature and German. In my spare time, I cook, drink too much coffee and can probably be found napping in a London park.