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August 24

1. Go to the Hampton Court Food festival this Bank Holiday weekend

Join us for a summer celebration of food and drink in the iconic East Front Gardens at Hampton Court Palace. The Kitchen Join us in the Kitchen for live cooking demonstrations from top chefs and experts including Michel Roux Jr, Nadiya Hussain and Rhiannon Lambert. View the timetable and book your seat at the Food […]

August 23

5. Have a Peruvian Carnival at COYA Mayfair this August Bank Holiday

On Sunday 25th August, COYA Mayfair are putting a Peruvian Carnival spin on their brunch with cocktails, canapés and a party to rival Notting Hill Carnival. Taking the same form as their sellout weekend brunch, the outstanding bottomless three-hour affair will see guests sip on pisco sours and frozen mojitos whilst tucking into their favourite […]

August 23

4. Have dinner powered by people’s conversation Friday 20th September, Spitalfields

Mexican food brand, Old El Paso is on a mission to get people talking on National Fajita Friday! Old El Paso is opening a pop up restaurant in which the diners’ conversation, chat and laughter will generate small amounts of measurable electricity that, once channelled through converters, will actually power certain elements of the restaurant […]

August 23

3. Join a foraging fortnight event (31st August – 15th September)

Foraging Fortnight is a celebration of Scotland’s natural environment and wild food with a series of events taking place across Fife, Moray, Lanarkshire, Orkney and the Forth Valley and Lomond areas. This brand new festival brings together over a hundred events across five diverse regions of Scotland: from the rolling hills of Lanarkshire, the golden […]

August 23

2. Book to see The Queen Of Roses at The London Cabaret Club

A Contemporary Cabaret Celebrating Britain’s Great Female Monarchs In An Immersive Entertainment And Dining Experience September 2019 marks the launch of The London Cabaret Club’s new season show ‘Queen Of Roses’ – an immersive cabaret experience, featuring an evening of live performance and exquisite dining with a quintessentially British theme. Queen Of Roses will take […]

August 23

1. Dine at one one four Teddington

One One Four is a neighbourhood restaurant located in the heart of Teddington High Street. City meets country. In all the good ways. An easy mix of innovation and international cuisine with openness and rootsy warmth. It’s a natural extension of who we are – part city slicker, part bumpkin, with a vision that is […]

August 06

A virtual shooting range in London, Southport and a tropical soft play in Bolton

Go to Mac&Wild this August to eat grouse and shoot. They are offering a free one hour shooting session in their virtual range and bar. If you think you’re game enough, head to Mac & Wild this season. Eat lobster at Wright Brothers. For just £20, guests can enjoy a whole native lobster, grilled with […]

August 04

80’s legend Joe Longthorne are amongst today’s 5 things as well as Tim Ferris and the importance of a strong morning routine

Eccles cakes may not jump out at you when you are thinking to have something with your morning coffee or afternoon tea however the M&S Handcrafted ones are beautiful and well worth a try. 12 minutes in the oven. The entertainer Joe Longthorne passed away yesterday and although he may have been forgotten by many […]

August 03

Have you tried Jeff Galloway’s run walk method for running? Also 5 minute Journalling in today’s five

Here are today’s selection. Enjoy a Lasagna and Birra Morreti at Averna Italian restaurant in Molesey. This restaurant sits nicely in a town that could do with more good quality classic restaurants. Use Jeff Galloway’s run walk method for a quick jog in your local area. If you are daunted by running or have an […]

August 02

Today’s selection include navigation using Waze, the best place to have Fish and Chips in Weymouth and a clever rule to beat procrastination – 2nd August 2019

Use Waze to choose the best route for your journey. Press the routes button and Waze will calculate alternative ones for you to select. This way you can choose the best one. For instance if a b road route only shaves off a couple of minutes you might as well take an A road. Enjoy […]

July 25

 Three Hobbies You Can Turn Into A Career

Deciding to change your career path later in life can be a hard and daunting experience. Being unhappy in your current position, whatever that may be, can be damaging to both your physical and mental health. However, how do you know what job will be best for you? It would help if you found something […]

July 22

Rushden Lakes – Two Day Festival Extravaganza – 27th & 28th July

Rushden Lakes, is hosting a two-day festival extravaganza on the weekend of the 27th and 28th July, in celebration of our second birthday. The two-day festival will not only celebrate this milestone but will revel in all we have to offer. Perfect for a day out with the family Rushden Lakes will be beautifully decorated […]

July 19

Watch the CATS movie trailer – This Christmas you will, believe #CatsMovie

July 19

Wilderness Safaris Jao Camp’s New Spa Offers the Ultimate Okavango Wellness Retreat in Botswana

Wilderness Safaris Jao Camp, located in the north-western Okavango Delta, has rejuvenated its health and wellness offering through its new spa, creating the ideal sanctuary to unwind and thoroughly disconnect. “Visiting Jao is therapy in itself, given its tranquil wilderness location in the heart of this World Heritage Site. However, a treatment in our new […]

July 17

Getting Your Head Around Different Taxes In The UK

Whether you’re a UK native or are thinking of moving, trying to figure out the different taxes that you must pay is quite a minefield. Tax contributions are required by law, and its essential you can understand what and why you are giving up a portion of your income to a source you cannot really […]

July 17

Visit Elba: Magnetic Opera Festival 2019 – Opera and ballet set within the islands’ historical mines

Until the 22 July, the Magnetic Opera Festival will entertain opera and ballet enthusiasts as well as tourists visiting Elba Island, the beautiful Italian island off the coast of Tuscany. This year marks the 5th edition of the festival that brings together opera and ballet performances, most of which will be set within the dreamy […]

July 17

The Top 6 Reasons Why You Should Play Sports

Image Credit: Pixabay Playing sports has so many benefits so if you don’t play one already then it might be time to take one up, it’s never too late. Life, like sports, never gets easier, you just get better at it. You learn a lot from it, and it’s great for kids and adults and […]

July 15

External Factors That Affect Business Finances

There are many ways that your business can be affected by things that you have no control over. External factors that influence your business usually can’t be stopped, but you can still be prepared for them. If you’re aware of some of the most important factors that can have an influence on your business, you […]

July 15

Book to see London’s leading pop-opera girl group, Ida brings you their mesmerising show for one night only. 26th July at Live at Zedel, Soho, London

These four stunning sopranos bring you a collection of stand out musical theatre favourites, chart-topping hits and reworked operatic arias. From Phantom of the Opera to Carmen, Ed Sheeran to Adele, and The Greatest Showman to Bohemian Rhapsody, be prepared to be spellbound as the girls bring you stunning vocals with classical-crossover, never-before-heard renditions of […]

July 15

4 21st Century Health Trends Coming Your Way

There are many health and wellness benefits that we can receive as technology and knowledge continue to advance in the 21st century. In fact, much of the health sector is set to be transformed over the next few years. A topic you can read all about in the post below. Video doctors One of the […]

July 15

Top Cybersecurity Roles

A job in cybersecurity is an excellent choice for anyone who wants to ensure they have plenty of opportunities in the future. The job market for cybersecurity is growing, with a variety of different roles available to explore. If you’re interested in working in the field, take a look at these examples. Security Consultant Security […]

July 10

5. Somerset House welcomes a taste of Spain with San Miguel summer terrace

Somerset House is embracing the summer sun with the launch of a terrace in partnership with San Miguel, located on the banks of the River Thames. In a prime position on the Victoria Embankment, Somerset House Terrace serves a selection of chilled San Miguel beers and a menu of Spanish-inspired snacks until the end of […]

July 10

4. Book tickets for the Red Bull Dance Your Style Final – London Sunday 14th July

The dance tournament will see 16 of the best dancers across the UK will face off to be crowned the champion and represent the UK at the World Final in Paris! Red Bull Dance Your Style is a one-on-one street dance competition where dancers of all styles battle to unexpected tracks of all genres. Each […]

July 10

3. Celebrate Wimbledon at Frenchie Covent Garden

Get your fill of Wimbledon at Frenchie Covent Garden with Gregory Marchand’s beautifully themed Wimbledon dessert; Strawberry & Almond Tartlet with Basil Ice Cream. Not only is it colour coordinated, Greg has taken inspiration from the tournaments infamous Strawberries and Cream. Frenchie Covent Garden, 16 Henrietta Street, WC2E 8QH

July 10

2. Book tickets for Nashville Meets London at Canary Wharf 27th July

Boasting a stellar line-up, London’s largest free country music festival is perfect for families, country aficionados and even those tapping a toe to the genre for the very first time. Taking place on July 27th, US artists include superstars Lauren Alaina and Sarah Darling, while the UK’s home-grown talents include Robert Vincent, who won the […]

July 10

1. Get ready for National Orgasm Day with Ama. Hit That Spot 31st July

Women across London are invited to take their orgasm to the next level this National Orgasm Day (31st July) with AM:Appointment, the bestie to their sexy. Launched by Nadia “orgasm whisper” Deen from Oval, South London, ladies are invited to Hit that Spot at Sh! Womens store in the heart of Shoreditch, to join a […]

July 04

Managing the transition between self employment and employment: 3 tips to make it easier

Sometimes, the time comes when you need to leave your self-employment behind for whatever reason, and head back to work for someone else. This may be in an office, a shop, or you may even become one of the women in construction! When you make this leap, it can be difficult to adjust – there […]

June 19

5 bars you need to visit in Liverpool #Liverpool #Travel

5 bars you need to visit in Liverpool A vibrant northern city full of culture and heritage, and a popular student destination with multiple open campuses close to the city centre, Liverpool has a healthy atmosphere at night, with a variety of different bars and clubs depending on what you’re looking for. Here are five […]

June 17

Book to see Franco-American singer Arielle Dombasle at The Tabernacle, Notting Hill, London – 25th June #London #Music

Dombasle is a muse to many and the wife of renowned French intellectual Bernard-Henri Levy. She is best known for her roles in movies by Nouvelle Vague director Eric Rohmer, Tess by Roman Polanski and in the TV series Miami Vice. She has previously collaborated with Dita Von Teese at legendary Parisian cabaret Le Crazy […]

June 17

Take your toddler to Wellington Country Park #Travel #Reading

June 17

Enjoy street food from Greenwich Market #Greenwich #London #Travel

June 17

Watch the bright red time ball at Royal Greenwich Observatory drop at 1pm – a tradition since 1833 #London #Travel

June 17

Developing Your Event Hall Space

Pexels Running an event hall is one of the most versatile things you could care for. But if you find yourself in control of this, no matter if it’s for theatre, live performance, religious practice, a community gathering, or simply a blank slate to rent to people as you see fit – it’s important to […]

June 11

Do You Know Enough About Your Local History?

History can be a fascinating thing. When we look into the past, we can learn more about the events that have shaped our present and will continue to shape our future. While you might learn about world history in high school, it’s rare that you’ll get the opportunity to delve into the history of where […]

May 22

5 Reasons to Plan Your Own Funeral

https://pixabay.com/photos/cementerio-flor-cemetery-death-948048/ Our own death isn’t something that any of us like to think about. If we do give it any thought at all, it’s in a very distant and vague way. But, unfortunately, death is one of the few parts of life that we can’t avoid. It’s coming for us all, sooner or later, and […]

May 21

5 things to do at Quaglino’s in London’s Mayfair #London #Mayfair

Quaglino’s is one of London’s hot spots, with a gorgeous island bar and a menu designed by Executive Head Chef Nuno Goncalves, it’s not one to be missed. The menu boasts a range of European classics with a hint of Middle Eastern spicing, whilst also using the highest quality British ingredients. 5 reasons you have […]

May 13

5 gin brands you need to know #London #Gin #SecretGinGarden

Charlotte Elizabeth discovers the UK’s hottest gin brands. I’ll begin with a confession; I’ve never loved gin. But some quick internet research taught me that gin is one of the broadest categories of spirits, featuring various flavour profiles, styles and origins. So attending the Speakeasy Series Secret Gin Garden event, I figured I must be […]

May 12

5 London Eateries to Try on a Budget #London

London is one of the most beautifully diverse cities in the UK. And with a population of over 8 million, there are lots of mouths to feed! Because of this merge of cultures, tastes and sheer mass of people, there are so many delicious places to eat. So many so that it would take one […]

May 09

Five reasons to ditch the seaside road trip and head to London #London #Fulhambeach

Five reasons to ditch the seaside road trip and head to London’s very own beach. The weather may be a little crazy right now, leaving us sceptical about packing our swimming cosies and venturing to the nearest seaside destination for a little paddle in the water and some fish and chips on the pebbles. But, […]

May 06

5 things to pack when you can’t take a suitcase

We’ve all been there. While late night Insta-scrolling, some influencer travel shots catch your eye. The destination looks beautiful; the right mix of laid-back and stylish, the food seems delicious, and the streets clean and uncrowded. You’ve always heard good things about [insert European city name here], maybe it’s time to look into a trip. […]

May 06

5 Reasons Why All Businesses Should Go Green

A lot of businesses are making more of an effort to go green. If you’re running a business of your own, you might wonder why, and what benefit it is to you. You’ll have to make a lot of changes in the business to make it greener and some of those things are going to […]

May 02

Five amazing botanicals in Everleaf non-alcoholic aperitif #London #Everleaf

Charlotte Elizabeth visits Hide Bar in London to investigate the buzz behind the new non-alcoholic aperitif, Everleaf. As the weather beings to warm and the days get longer, people across the country are buying new BBQ’s and dusting down the outdoor furniture. The plans of summers spent in the garden with friends and family are […]

May 02

How Smart is Getting Smarter

No, it’s not just you our tech is getting smarter and smarter by the day. From apps that boil your kettle ready for when you step through the door, to pacemakers that can communicate with doctors, our world is becoming ever more connected and evolving at a phenomenal rate. But what, if any, are the […]

April 30

5 things to try at Sake no Hana #London #Mayfair

Thank you to freelance writer and blogger Cally Lai for this review. Sake no Hana is a fine dining Japanese restaurant situated in the heart of Mayfair, a stone’s throw away from Bond, Conduit and Bruton street. They have a carefully selected menu delivering well thought out and high-quality Japanese food. Sake no Hana is […]

April 30

5 Reasons you need to visit Underbelly this Summer #London #Southbank

Thank you to freelance writer Ashley Hall for this review. Ashley hall blogs at Ashley’s Footprints (Instagram) Open from April until the end of September, Underbelly Festival Southbank brings you world-class entertainment at their beautiful pop-up festival, right in the heart of London. Their events and festivals division operates one of the largest acts at […]

April 26

5 Ways That Comedy Can Improve Your Life

Comedy is such a prevalent thing in the world of today, it exists in many different mediums that we are all familiar with in our daily lives. It has the capability to have so much effect on a person and the world as a whole. So what benefits can comedy really have on an individual? […]

April 23

Book to see AN EVENING OF PRINCE WITH CHRIS ROYAL at Quaglino’s, London – 12th May #London

On Sunday 12th May for one night only, back by popular demand, Chris Royal takes the stage to honour the legend that is Prince! Enjoy all of your favourite classics including; Kiss, Purple Rain, Let’s go crazy and many more hits that will get you up on your feet! Book Tickets All this accompanied by an exclusive […]

April 19

5 cocktails you need to try at 100 Wardour Street #London #Cocktails #Soho

Thank you to freelance writer Ashley Hall for this review. Ashley hall blogs at Ashley’s Footprints (Instagram) Situated in the heart of Piccadilly Circus lies 100 Wardour Street; host of a stylish cocktail lounge, restaurant, and club. They have recently launched a brand new cocktail menu titled ‘Creative Disorders’ and I was invited to try […]

April 19

Trying 5 classic dishes at Royal China #London #Restaurants #CanaryWharf

Trying 5 classic dishes at Royal China, Canary Wharf  Freelance writer Charlotte Elizabeth reviews the Royal China restaurant. A drizzly Tuesday evening in the business district of London isn’t the setting which springs to mind when picturing authentic Chinese cuisine. Leaving the towering banks of Canary Wharf behind, the crowds thin. By the time you […]

April 17

5 Ways To Find A Business Premises

https://unsplash.com/photos/0sT9YhNgSEs When you first start a business, you may not always want to get a business space that will cost the earth. And so, it’s natural for you to start a business at home, working from coffee shops, or wherever you can find. Yet, if you’re serious about making things work, then you may need […]

April 17

Urban Legends About Dreams

If you are someone who enjoys a good urban legend, you will love this post. Below, we are going to reveal some of the creepiest urban legends about dreams. So, let’s get started… · Sandman – You will have probably heard about the story of the Sandman. The Sandman makes girls and boys dream by […]

April 17

Brit and Ivor Novello Award-winning singer and songwriter KT Tunstall shares her 5 things to do today #KTTunstall #Lifestyle

April 15

5 family fun things to do in Leicester Square this Easter #London

One: Free Family Workshops at the National Portrait Gallery The National Portrait Gallery are hosting an array of fun – and free! – workshops this Easter. Do you fancy dressing up for a family photoshoot or painting your own tiny portrait? How about making your own necklace or bracelet? Running from the 8th April – 4th May […]

April 12

5 top tips for co-working by Sanj Mahal, owner of AndCo #work #space

1.       Get the gear. If you’re regularly moving around and packing up your desk at the end of the day, having the right equipment is key. A light laptop is a must of course, but don’t leave home without headphones with a built-in microphone! If you’re prone to back pain we’d also recommend a laptop stand. […]

April 12

5 simple steps to creating a PR strategy by Katie Mallinson, managing director of Scriba PR

A PR strategy is like any other – a well thought out plan of action designed to achieve a long-term goal. Some groundwork is needed before you can begin to think about what to put in your first press release, and here are five simple steps to do this… 1.       Set a goal This is the […]

April 11

5 new health trends to try by Charlotte Elizabeth #Health #Lifestyle

5 new health trends to try This article is written by freelance writer Charlotte Elizabeth As a nation we are becoming a lot more focussed on our health; free-from foods, vitamin-packed drinks and natural beauty products are appearing in more households across the UK. Taking good care of yourself has never been more fun, thanks […]

April 10

5 Ways to enhance your day with Zoe Hardman #celebrity #ZoeHardman

TV and Radio presenter Zoe Hardman, 36, can currently be heard on Heart FM on Sunday evenings. The mum-of-two is also enjoying promoting her Made By Mammas podcast with friend Georgia Dayton where guests have included Vogue Williams, Holly Valance and Kimberly Walsh. 1. Cuddles! The day would begin with group cuddles from my two […]

April 09

5 Ways To Get Cheap Train Tickets #Travel #Train #cheaptickets

Everybody knows that the trains in this country are a bit o a nightmare. The prices go up every year and the service seems to get worse. But that doesn’t change the fact that so many of us still rely on them. A lot of people can’t afford a car or would rather not use […]

April 08

5 Ways to Beat Overwhelm Piece #Leadership #Business

Feeling overwhelmed? So have 81% of women in the last year, according to a recent study. Overwhelm kills your productivity, fries your brains, knocks your confidence and hits your performance and happiness big- style. At  Catalyst Collective, dealing with overwhelm is the #1 topic that comes up in our 1-1 coaching with our women leader […]

April 08

5 National Parks to visit this Spring by Charlotte Elizabeth #Travel #Nationalparks #UK

Between city air pollution, political tensions and the general stresses of modern life, this Spring is the perfect time to head to the countryside for a break! The new #switchoffandreconnect campaign from Columbia Sportswear is encouraging just that; collaborating with the UK’s National Parks to inspire you to explore the great outdoors. Working in partnership […]

April 04

Five places to eat for half price in London (and beyond) this week #London #offers #restaurants

Plate Deals have rounded up five places where you can eat for free and for half price in London (and beyond) this week: Tortilla are giving away FREE breakfast burritos and a hot drink every Friday in April at their Southwark, Clapham Junction, Victoria, Canary Wharf and King’s Cross branches. No strings attached! Soylent are […]

April 03

5 reasons to smile today! By Journalists and Broadcaster Dawn-Maria France

It’s a stressful world we live in, at the moment – even without world politics, and climate change. Perhaps you’re struggling with an awful boss, too much (or not enough) work, or endless bills. There seems to be little to smile about. I know it’s not easy – take it from someone who knows – […]

April 03

5 ways to wear a scarf by personal stylist Marian Kwei

I am a celeb personal stylist who believes in buying pieces that can be styled in many ways. One such wardrobe staple is a great scarf. Look for a versatile print in a a colour way that can be worn with a variety of prints and colours. 1. Wear it as a headscarf. Fold the […]

March 29

5 Things That Make Trucking an Attractive Profession

Recently, many companies have suffered at the hands of the HGV driver shortage. For companies working in logistics and freight like this haulage company, it can affect business greatly. The fact that there is a driver shortage comes as a surprise because what used to be a very popular profession has become less desirable. There […]

March 29

Five Tips On How To Breathe Better by Nevsah Karamehmet #Breathing #Life

F1. Deep breathing does not mean good breathing. When we breathe too deep, we go into respiratory alkalosis, which means that we don’t have enough oxygen in our cells. 2. Good breathing has nothing to do with breathing mechanics. If your breathing is slow, fast, deep, shallow, diaphragmatic does not lead you to good breathing […]

March 29

5 Things That Have Improved Delivery Services

Convenience has improved drastically when talking about the delivery industries. There are countless improvements through technology as well as new services that companies in this industry could provide. It is always important to innovate in order to stay ahead of the game so let’s take a look at some of the changes that have enhanced […]

March 29

5 Things to do When Travelling Long Distances

We all have our different interests, things that we enjoy doing in our spare time, but when it comes to travelling you become limited. This is a time where you may decide to change these ideas and end up trying several different activities. You need something to pass the time, but you may not be […]

March 28

Hayman’s of London announces the return of ‘GINEMA’ #London #Ginema

Hayman’s of London, are hosting a series of pop-up cinema film screenings at the Home of English Gin in South West London After a highly successful series of ‘Ginema’ screenings at their distillery in 2018, Hayman’s of London are once again opening the doors of the Home of English Gin to film buffs and gin […]

March 28

5 Things To Do When Travelling Solo #Travel #Life #solotravel

The trend and appeal of solo travelling is fast growing in today’s society, thanks to the stresses of our day-to-day lives. Travelling alone is an experience which is one of a kind and it can often be a relief to discover who we really are. The very fact of being alone is one which forces […]

March 28

5 fruity new reasons to visit Madison in St Pauls #Madison #London #Cocktails

Thank you very much to Beth Webb from Is this seat taken for this review of Madison London. Last night saw the launch of a new cocktail menu at the city-based rooftop bar & restaurant, Madison. We were invited along to test out these new tipples which have been lovingly created by new bar manager […]

March 27

5 Best Hybrid Cars in 2019

It’s no secret that hybrid and electric vehicles are becoming more and more popular in this current climate. These are the cars that are going to shape the future for automobiles, with hybrids being used as PCO cars ready to hire on a wide scale. Therefore, it is more appropriate than ever to observe the […]

March 26

5 Best Rewarding Professions

There are many rewarding jobs in this world, and of course it all depends on the path which you choose that determines whether a job is rewarding or not. However, there are some jobs that commonly occur and that is what we will look at. Nurse Commonly seen as a profession that needs to be […]

March 25

Book to see Calendar Girls The Musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth

Calendar Girls The Musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth is the award-winning production based on the true story of the calendar girls – a group of ordinary ladies who achieved something extraordinary.  This marvellous musical comedy which received fantastic five-star reviews in London’s West End is now touring around the UK!  Starring Fern Britton, Anna-Jane Casey, Sara Crowe, Karen Dunbar, […]

March 25

5 Things You Can Do To Improve Oral Health

Guest post written by Iain Hoeltschi, Founder of Splash Orthodontics & Member of the British Dental Association. Poor oral health has consequences beyond bad breath – it can contribute to a range of physical diseases such as cardiovascular disease, dementia, respiratory infections, and diabetes. It’s World Oral Health Day today, so what better time to […]

March 22

5 Mountains You Must Climb In Southeast Asia #Travel #Adventure

5 Mountains You Must Climb In Southeast Asia By Pete Silvester, CEO of Summits.com Most people escaping the UK for Southeast Asia do so for the beaches, the food, and the cheap thrills. But for a nation of walkers, so few of us take advantage of the exceptional opportunities to hike, climb, and summit many […]

March 21

Book to see The Cat in the Hat at The Rose Theatre Kingston #Surrey #London #Theatre

A Rose Theatre Kingston and Curve Production in association with the National Centre for Circus Arts, Based on the much-loved book by Dr. Seuss | Adapted by Katie Mitchell When the Cat in the Hat steps onto the mat, Sally and her brother are in for a rollercoaster ride of havoc and mayhem! The Cat […]

March 20

5 Mothers Day Activities You Can Do In London

She’s been with us from the beginning. From our ups to our downs and even times when we’ve had circles all around. Mum’s truly are the best. With Mother’s Day just around the corner this month it gives us a chance to go all out to show her just how much we love her so […]

March 20

5 things you can do with plastic to improve your home

While plastic usually has a bad reputation, there are many uses when recycled properly. As we grow to a more reusable future and plastic being a suitable reusable material, it has its positives from customising your home, to being more pro-active in your garden. The possibilities are endless with recyclable plastic – Here are some […]

March 18

5 Ways You’ll Know If Your Business Is Ready to Expand

5 Ways You’ll Know If Your Business Is Ready to Expand The concept of growing your business and expanding into new markets can be very exciting. The more you develop, the more you can invest in new products and services. What’s more, expansion means new customers, new lines of profits, and better income for you […]

March 17

Book to see A Song at Twilight at the Rose Theatre, Kingston (Tue 19th Mar 2019 – Sat 23rd Mar) #Theatre #Kingston #rosetheatre

Following Sir Hugo Latymer, an ageing world-famous author, as he attends to his ailing wife and the secrets of his life come to the surface. A play about the secrets that we keep and the ones we wished never had. Address: Rose Theatre, High Street, Kingston upon Thames, UK Website: www.rosetheatrekingston.org Telephone: 020 8174 0090

March 16

5 best places in the world to find the most romantic sunsets #sunset #travel #luxury

There truly is nothing more romantic than witnessing a beautiful sunset over a coastal view or sitting side by side whilst you look over the ocean shore on the beach. If it’s something you want to look out for when you’re on your travels with your partner, then it’s worth considering these destinations to witness […]

March 15

5 reasons to get an STI check #Health

There’s a lot of talk at the moment around STIs and awareness amongst UK adults. With recent series Sex Education on Netflix, there seems to be a general stigma around having conversations about sex and STIs. Here are 5 concerning reasons you should get an STI test, according to a recent survey: 1. 58% of Brits have […]

March 15

5 things to ensure your recycling is actually recycled #recycling

In an endured period when convenience is becoming more optimal with seemingly each day as it passes, there is a growing trend of people taking steps to preserving the planet we have. The reuse, reduce, recycle slogan could frankly use rebuffing, with some recyclate not even making it through the recycling process. Here are five […]

March 15

5 Things You Can Do to Reduce Your Plastic Usage #guestpost #plastic #Environment

This is a contributed guest post by Lauren Chassebi who is a freelance blogger and writer at laurenevie.co.uk‘ Increasingly, single-use plastic is becoming one of the biggest environmental disasters our planet is facing. It has been predicted that by 2050, there could be more plastic in the oceans than fish. Marine life is dying at […]

March 14

Five places to eat for half price in London this week by Plate Deals #London #Restaurants

Let’s face it – London is an expensive place to live, travel or buy. But one thing it does have in over-abundance is a huge range of amazing cafes, restaurants, coffee shops and bars, all of whom are fighting for your attention. And as there are so many places to eat and drink, you do […]

March 13

5 Ways to Actively Reprogram Your Thoughts

In the past I was weary of those what seemed seductive but harmful thought and emotions so I decided it was time to learn techniques to actively re-programme my thoughts and resultant emotions. You can too. This is possible as our personality is not cast in stone from our childhood; the brain is reprogrammable at any age. […]

March 13

Krystal Dawn reveals her secrets to getting Billie Faiers wedding make-up look using Iconic London #BillieFaiers #IconicLondon

Talk us through the product breakdown and step-by-step for Billie’s wedding make-up? (Her skin was prepped with lots of face and eye masks) I start by applying an eyeshadow base to the eye to neutralise and allow for the shadows to be long wearing (this stops them moving or creasing) I used Mac laying low. […]

March 13

3 Ways To Celebrate Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day 2019 is fast approaching and it’s time to start planning how you’re going to spoil the special person in your life. Whether that’s your mum, step mum, auntie or godmother, showing your love and appreciation can take the form of many gifts, big or small. If you’d like to treat your mum to […]

March 13

3 Ways To Boost Your House Value

With the ever-present and hotly debated Brexit on the horizon, many UK homeowners are contemplating ways to add value to their property ahead of the inevitable uncertainty in the housing market. With no real answers on how Brexit will affect property buying, it’s wise to take action now when it comes to boosting your house […]

March 08

5 things to do in Devon this weekend #Travel #Devon 

Beauty and the Beast ballet at Theatre Royal Plymouth – March 6 – 9 Birmingham Royal Ballet’s enchanting retelling of an 18th century fairy tale is a wonderful introduction to ballet for young audiences, already familiar with the story of The Beauty and the Beast, thanks to Walt Disney. A cruel Prince, cursed to spend the […]

March 08

5 THINGS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT TAIKO DRUMMING | Sadler’s Wells Blog #London #Articles 

The art of Taiko drumming was first introduced into Japan in 6th Century CE and has remained an important part of the culture and tradition ever since. With the Yamato Drummers returning to the UK this March to entertain West End audiences at The Peacock theatre, here are a few facts you might not know about […]

March 08

5 Things That Shaped Me: Troye Sivan #Fashion 

Mention the words “Troye Sivan” to any girl, boy, or person who prefers their terminology less binary, and very likely their eyes will light up with delight. The 23-year-old South Africa-born, Australia-raised musician and occasional actor is capping off his best career run yet (sublime first album Bloom, a supporting turn in Boy Erased) with a joy […]

March 04

5. Find time to visit the KALEIDOSCOPE EXHIBITION AT the SAATCHI GALLERY – Fri 15th March #Art #London #Chelsea

Saatchi Gallery presents a new exhibition featuring the work of nine international contemporary artists working across a variety of mediums, including Laura Buckley’s interactive large-scale Fata Morgana. Runs until 5th May. Address: Saatchi Gallery, King’s Rd, London, UK Website: www.saatchigallery.com 

March 04

4. Book to see JO BRAND’S BORN LIPPY: HOW TO DO FEMALE (Fri 8th March 2019 (8:00pm) at the Southbank Centre #London #Comedy

Comedian and writer, Jo Brand, will be offering her insights on life as a woman. Brand, who has become one of the UK’s most loved comedians, continues with this timely performance to challenge stereotypes and unpack society. Address: Southbank Centre, London, UK Website: www.southbankcentre.co.uk 

March 04

3. Find out about living a vegan life at Alexander Palace (Sat 9th Mar 2019 – Sun 10th Mar 2019) #London #Veganism #Vegan

Showcasing a wealth of information for both newbie vegans and veterans alike, Vegan Life Live will shine a spotlight on the current trends. Bringing the very best of all things vegan, including clothing, cosmetics, household products and the most delicious food and drink for the cruelty-conscious consumer. Address: Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Palace Way, London, UK Website: www.london.veganlifelive.com 

March 04

2. Book to see Waitress the musical at The Adelphi Theatre #Musicals #London #waitresslondon

Katharine McPhee will make her West End debut starring as Jenna in the UK premiere of Waitress, having played the role on Broadway earlier this year. The Tony Award-nominated musical will begin preview performances on 8 February ahead of its official opening night on 7 March at London’s Adelphi Theatre. Currently playing its third year […]

March 04

1. See Dr Michael Mosley at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking -24th March 7.30 PM #Health #Fitness #Woking #Theatre

Dr Michael Mosley is here to help you get healthy! The man behind the iconic 5:2 Diet, Dr Michael Mosley is headed to the New Victoria Theatre, Woking as part of his first ever UK tour, True Fast Health with Dr Michael Mosley on Sunday 24 March, 7.30pm. Dr Michael Mosley has changed tens of […]

February 26

4. Book to see ‘Rob Brydon Probes Barry Humphries Live On Stage’ – 28th April #London #Theatre #LondonPalladium

The Dame Edna Everage superstar promises to reveal all during the once-in-a-lifetime event Rob Brydon Probes Barry Humphries Live On Stage at the London Palladium on April 28. The evening will consist of antipodean antihero Humphries being interviewed by Rob Brydon, star of The Trip, Would I Lie To You? and Gavin and Stacey. In […]

February 26

3. Stay at one of these World’s Most Fashionable Hotels Curated by Voyager Club #Travel #Hotels #Luxury

Paris Fashion Week has already begun, rounding off a month of catwalk shows and memorable moments from the world’s fashion capitals. To celebrate, Voyager Club selects their favourite fashion hotels, chosen from their carefully curated collection of the most unique properties worldwide. These hidden gems, from fashion designers’ favourite Caribbean hideaways to stylish Parisian city […]

February 26

2. Book your ticket for Three-time Grammy® winners Snarky Puppy at The Royal Albert Hall #London #Music #snarkypuppy

Three-time Grammy® winners Snarky Puppy bring their rip-roaring concert experience to the historic Royal Albert Hall on 14 November. The ‘audacious, irrepressible creative energy’ (The Guardian) of Michael League’s, genre-defying collective, framed in the intimate Victorian venue, promise to make for a truly electric night. The Hall’s jazz heritage stretches back to the late 1910s, with a diverse history of […]

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