Thanks for visiting Rosalilium – a UK lifestyle blog by a 30-something Brit with a penchant for travel, food, fashion and interiors.
I’m Elizabeth and welcome to my online space!
Here you will find all manner of topics including, but not exclusive to, food, fashion, thrifting, interiors, beauty, travel and daily life.
By day I run my own business as a freelance digital dabbler specialising in blogging, social media management, training and consultancy. I currently live in Birmingham, UK in a cute two-bed terraced house with a garden. It’s currently just myself and the fiancé but I’m angling for a cat in the near future!
I started Rosalilium back in 2010 following two years of travel blogging as I spent time in Southeast Asia travelling and studying for my Masters degree. Rosalilium was an opportunity to keep writing daily, sharing ideas and thoughts, and generally being a bit of a scrapbook for my life.
Rosalilium, the blog (also a YouTube channel), is now an award-winning, multi-award-nominated website that has been featured both in print and online in publications such as The Sunday Times, Buzzfeed, Mollie Makes, Good To Know, GoodHomes, V&Oak, and Red.
I am also the Agony Aunt for Blogosphere Magazine where I answer reader questions about their blogging and vlogging businesses.
Blogging has, without a doubt, changed my life. It has pushed me to learn new skills, grow in confidence and connect with loads of new people. I am a huge advocate of blogging and the potential that it has.
Rosalilium is now a space where I attempt to navigate my 30s whilst seeking to live in a creative, intentional and meaningful way.
Likes: travelling and outings, picnics, cats, fresh coffee, bacon, Southeast Asia, margaritas, photography, cooking, post-it notes, scented candles, pretty dresses, thrifting at car boot sales, infusing vodka, the great British countryside, and daisies.
Dislikes: cheese, bananas, bad manners, hairdressers who chop off too much hair, soap operas, horror films, middle lane drivers, strawberry-flavoured sweets, long winters, people using ‘lol’ as punctuation, bits in orange juice, beef (we’re a Hindu household).
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