My balls have soul, do yours?

My balls have soul, do yours?

In February 2017, Nadra Shah set up Kitchen & Soul, a nutritious endeavour with a wholesome ethos. I recently was given the opportunity to experience her vision when I was sent a box of her energy balls. A sufferer from depression, Nadra sought to focus her energy into creating a positive, natural relationship with food [...]

The adventures of the Red Puffa: how a seasonal trend saved my sanity

The adventures of the Red Puffa: how a seasonal trend saved my sanity

People often ask me why I own so many clothes. They can’t comprehend why one little person would need three variations of the same jumper in different shades of black - and yes, there are different shades of the colour black - or why an individual with only one pair of feet would need five [...]

#fitspo fashion: Instagram gym gear

#fitspo fashion: Instagram gym gear

With the arrival of 2017, the race to a bikini body is inevitable. January, the month of blood, sweat and tears is upon us and if we are going to kill ourselves with gym workouts and a lack of chocolate, we may as well look fabulous while doing it. I have been trawling through Instagram [...]

Water; the freebie you should bag today

Water; the freebie you should bag today

Since coming back to Uni, I must admit my healthy eating regime has not gone as well as I had planned. I had forgotten the effort involved in actually remembering to go to Asda to stock up the cupboard. Not having healthy ingredients, or any at all for that matter, readily available has caused me [...]

Review: Case Company

Review: Case Company

I was approached by Case Company via email last week asking me to review their company. Not one to say no to freebies, I happily obliged and do not regret my decision in the slightest. The company, based in Ghent, Belgium, is a website run retailer selling the most beautiful phone and laptop cases for [...]

Touring the Turner Prize 2016

Touring the Turner Prize 2016

Modern, contemporary art is not something I will ever claim to be an expert on, however it is something I enjoy exploring and observing. My interest in the subject was fuelled last month when my friend opened my eyes to the work of the Turner Prize. The award, housed by Tate Britain allows a selection [...]

The Girl on the Train: the most anticipated thriller of the year

The Girl on the Train: the most anticipated thriller of the year

The world oozed excitement on hearing that Paula Hawkins’s best selling thriller novel was being adapted for a film. Anticipating the translation of words to moving pictures many have been left disappointed at Tate Taylor’s version of The Girl on the Train. Having devoured the pages of her novel myself, I must admit critics have a [...]

Fashion Journalism at Conde Nast College

Fashion Journalism at Conde Nast College

In early September, I was lucky enough to attend the Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design to partake in their one week fashion journalism course. Still not totally decided on the area of journalism I would like to a have a fabulously glamorous career in, this was the perfect opportunity to either fall in [...]

London Fashion Weekend 2016

London Fashion Weekend 2016

Ever wondered what it would be like to be a guest at fashion week, to be sat front row at a show among glam people like yourself social media-ing away as the hottest trends glide down the runway before your very eyes? Well this little gem of a weekend is your opportunity. *outfit: jeans: Zara, [...]

‘Are you a player or a watcher?’ Nerve; the must see movie of the summer

‘Are you a player or a watcher?’ Nerve; the must see movie of the summer

For a while now, nothing at the cinema has been particularly striking. Nothing has broken boundaries or had the ability to leave a lasting impression on audiences, the very component that fuels the cinema industry. Nothing has impressed, until the release of  ‘Nerve’. With a fantastic combination of romance, modernization, and thrill, this movie has [...]