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Letter from the editor

Happy New Year

January 3, 2018

It’s been a while since I’ve felt like blogging, last year was pretty tough. After a trip to India I spent the first six months recovering from a nasty illness I picked up. Then when it all seemed to be getting better I suffered a bereavement in the family. That’s not to say that I spent the year as a hermit – (i’ll be doing a quick recap in my next post) but I spent a lot of time re-discovering the joys of taking time to relax. Now that I’ve had some time away from the blog, I’ve come to realise that I don’t want to let it go to dust yet. My aim is to blog 1 -2 times a week and try to be consistent. If you don’t want to miss a post then make sure you are signed up to my mailing list.

Stay tuned.

Lanky Girl 🙂



Letter from the editor

A brief statement

March 29, 2017

Regarding the case of  Regina Vs Hartmann – (published in The Sun, Daily Mail and now the Metro 🙁 ) and of which I am one of twenty victims. I wish only to say that this was a very upsetting period of my life which occurred two years ago and it is disheartening that it has made it into the tabloids. I won’t be going into details as the case is still ongoing and I don’t want to jeopardize the proceedings. However, I don’t want to be pitied, it is true I lost a lot of money but I didn’t loose the things that matter most; my creativity, my family and friends.

Rock bottom became the solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life.
― J.K. Rowling

The blog is currently undertaking a reboot and will be back and better next month. I am also launching a new business in the next few months. So stay tuned.

Adanma Wokoh 

Letter from the editor

Happy New Year from The London Perspective

January 1, 2016

It’s the start of another new year. With every new year there comes time to reflect. I purposely took some time off from blogging to decide where I wanted to take the site in the new year. I’ve been writing this blog since 2010 and it’s taken me through my twenties and I’ve had so much fun. As I move to another year of writing about London I want to not only write about what the city offers but also offer the perspective of the people who live here. So this year you can expect more interviews with inspirational Londoners, more of a focus on independent shops and more pieces about community issues. I’ll still be shining a light on all the great things there are to do in the city so don’t worry.

Have a happy new year and I look forward to continuing this journey with you this 2016.