Tag Archives: life

July 20

5 things to do at the Runnymede on Thames Hotel and Spa (Close to Windsor and Heathrow Airport)

Located in an idyllic setting on the banks of the River Thames, The Runnymede on Thames has prepared for the longly anticipated warmer days with the relaunch of its riverboat cruises, array of exciting outdoor pursuits, both on and off the river, and outdoor dining offerings, to welcome guests back for a memorable Summer staycation […]

March 27

5 things about ‘The Best of British Pop’ show at the London Cabaret Club

The Best of British Pop show is relaunced The London Cabaret Club  has announced the relaunch of The Best of British Pop – an innovative musical celebration of the UK’s favourite hits throughout the decades. The London Cabaret Club is a pioneering entertainment experience in the heart of the capital, combining elegant fine dining and world-class performances with five-star service. The critically […]

March 21

Coravin hosting exclusive wine tasting at Le Pont de La Tour

Book Here Le Pont de la Tour is partnering with the famed wine preservation system, Coravin, to host a series of three exclusive fine wine tasting events, launching on Wednesday 13 April in Le Pont de la Tour’s atmospheric wine cellar. Head Sommelier Michele Orbolato and an ambassador from Coravin will lead guests through a bespoke flight […]

March 21

COLLABRO RETURNS TO LONDON WITH A BRAND-NEW CONCERT TOUR THIS CHRISTMAS!

Collabro Tour The world’s most popular musical theatre vocal group have risen to international fame since winning Britain’s Got Talent in 2014 announced a new tour for 2022. Cuffe & Taylor, Lambert Jackson Productions and Live Nation Present Collabro – Christmas is Here UK Tour Following a sell-out UK Tour, Collabro, the world’s most popular musical theatre vocal group, will return to […]

March 15

5 reasons to go to the theatre by critically acclaimed dancer, singer and actress Charlotte Gooch

We are very grateful to Charlotte for taking time out of her busy rehearsal schedule for the touring production of Singin’ in the Rain to share her 5 things. Escapism A chance to leave your troubles at the door and lose yourself in someone else’s story for a couple of hours. Whether you’re watching the […]

March 12

Wandsworth based Em Stroud ‘Corporate Clown Coach’ offers 5 key lessons for International Happiness Day

To mark International Day of Happiness (20 March 2022), Wandsworth’s very own ‘Corporate Clown Coach’ is asking people to embrace their creativity and unmask serious truths with laughter to inspire happier and better lives for themselves, their family, friends and colleagues. Em Stroud, 43, who is a performer and speaker classically trained in clowning, coaches […]

March 11

Book to see Singin’ in the Rain at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking and 4 other things

Book to see Singin’ in the Rain at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking – Monday 28th March to Saturday 2nd April! Did you know the show uses more than 6,000 litres of water during each performance? That’s roughly around the weight of 11 grand pianos!  Get Fit with Coppa’s New Weekend Fitness Packages at The Swan […]

February 18

Did you know you can go on a TV location Tour for Line of Duty in Belfast? 4 other things too!

Today’s 5 1. Go on a luxury Line of Duty TV location Tour in Belfast with Hastings Hotel. More details here. 2. Check out Nik Hill. He has just won the Silver Stand-Up award at Leicester Comedy Festival.  The competition is open to any comedian aged 55 or above and the final took place last […]

February 15

25EP Luxury work space in London’s Belgravia caught our eye today – and 4 others!

Today’s 5 1. Make a classic omelette with Delia Smith. Omelette are the ultimate fast food and it’s hard to beat the classic way to make them. A sweet omelette included on the video too. 2. Visit Godstone Farm, Surrey. A wet and windy day today but the huge soft play area was beautifully dry. […]

November 02

Top 5 things to do when visiting the magnificent Victoria Falls, Zambia

With more activities than Niagara and Iguazú Falls combined, a fun-packed post-pandemic trip, Zambia’s Victoria Falls could be just the tonic. One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Victoria Falls is, without a doubt, one of the best places to visit in Southern Africa. Known locally as Mosi-oa-Tunya, ‘the Smoke that Thunders’, the […]

November 02

TOP 5 THINGS TO DO ON THE RIVER THAMES

London’s River Thames is famous for landmarks such as Tower Bridge, the London Eye and the Palace of Westminster, but there are plenty of exciting activities to do on the river itself. Our top five activities are all tried and tested by our adventurous Cheval Three Quays Concierge team. Read More

October 23

We are looking for bloggers etc to contribute their 5 things to do today to our lifestyle site

If you would like to write your 5 things then please email 5thingstodotoday@gmail.com. You can be as creative as you want to be. Just 5 sentences. Any images, links back to your blog and business are all fine. Thanks. David

October 18

2. Buy silicone stretch lids from refillogic, Surbiton – the perfect alternative to cling film

The perfect alternative to cling film. These super stretchy silicone stretch lids will keep your food fresher for longer with their airtight seal. These silicone food covers handle anything. From covering bowls, cans, jars and half cut fruit like melon or even your half cut onion. No mess, no waste. The most eco friendly lids […]

October 18

1. Rent a hot tub and Gazebo with Reigate Hot Tubs

Welcome to Reigate Hot Tubs! We would like to offer you a taste of garden luxury at an affordable price. We pride ourselves on making the process of hiring a Hot Tub, Cinema or Gazebo, safe, effortless and enjoyable – whatever the occasion come rain, snow or sun! Reigate Hot Tubs

October 10

1. Bus it around London on the Brigit’s Bakery Classic Afternoon Tea Bus London Tour

Come and experience afternoon tea with a difference on our exclusive and unique Brigit’s Bakery Classic Afternoon Tea Bus London Tour. Our vintage routemaster buses drive through the streets of Central London, taking in some of the City’s best sights, whilst you indulge in the fabulous Brigit’s Afternoon Tea on a double decker bus! Capture […]

October 09

5. Take your children to Gravity Wandsworth this Half Term

Gravity, Wandsworth a family-friendly Adventureland set over three floors looks to welcome the thrill-seeking revellers of all ages during the school break with 100,000 sq ft. of endless fun-filled activities to keep the kids entertained from start to finish. This exhilarating, interactive gaming zone will keep the kids entertained for hours with a a multi-level, all-electric-go-kart track, testing skill, reflexes, and nerve through eight-meter downhills […]

October 09

2. Have a shower in Soho this weekend with Original Source

The UK’s first #Showergasmic Salon comes to London’s Dean Street this weekend (Friday 8th – 10th October 2021). Powered by Original Source, the multi-sensory #Showergasmic Salon offers 30-minute wet and wild experiences that are sure to reawaken the senses. On arrival, guests will be welcomed by an Original Source Showergasmologist, and given a complementary ‘Let’s Get Filthy’ Sanctuary Spa […]

October 09

1. Think about travelling to the Seychelles now it is off the red list from Monday

Seychelles has come off the UK’s red list marking the next step in the destination’s tourism recovery. Effective 4 am GMT, Monday, 11 October, travellers from the UK, the Seychelles’ third major tourism source market, may once again visit the Indian Ocean island destination with travellers able to obtain insurance for the destination and the vaccinated […]

September 28

Cabbage Patch 10, Royal Docks Festival, Quinta do Lago, BSI at The Shacklewell Arms and 5 things by Singer-Songwriter Melissa James

One Enter the The Cabbage Patch 10 running race. The Cabbage Patch 10 is back, taking place at 09.00 on Sunday 17 October 2021. The 10-mile race has taken place every year since 1982 – with the exception of 2020 for obvious reasons. Starting and finishing near the eponymous iconic pub, this 10-mile race is […]

September 27

Su Pollard as the Wicked Queen in Sunderland, Camping with PaulCamper, New interior design at The Fellows House, Cambridge, Streatham Literary Festival and The Bobby Moore Fund’s London Sports Quiz in aid of Cancer Research UK

Book to see Su Pollard in Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs in Sunderland. Sunderland Empire is delighted to announce that the nation’s much-loved actress and entertainer Su Pollard will be returning to thrill pantomime audiences as the Wicked Queen in Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs from Friday 10 December 2021 – Sunday 2 […]

September 26

Stronger on Sundays with Melissa James, The Last Five Years at The Garrick theatre, Halloween in Bath, Golf at Quinta do Lago Portugal and World Animal day in South Africa

Register for Stronger on Sundays with Melissa James: Conversations with Compassion Racial & Social Justice. The next Stronger on Sundays programme takes place on Sunday 26 September, 1800 to 2000 BST. Registration is free and can be done here Book to see Jason Robert Brown’s Drama Desk Award-winning musical THE LAST FIVE YEARS at the Garrick Theatre. […]

September 25

5 things to do today by Singer-Songwriter Melissa James

Melissa James is a Singer-Songwriter and Artist.  Her song Live Again spearheaded the creation of her Big Sing and mental health project, SING4SANE.  This project saw the recording of Live Again alongside members of the public in 2016 and subsequent Big Sing events were held in European and British Parliament.  All sale proceeds from the Big Sing […]

September 24

We like to move it, Circla Beauty, London Restaurant Festival, Help Musicians and Beauty and the Beast at The Rose Theatre, Kingston

Book to see We like to move it. This is an announcement for a London-wide tour of a brand-new all-immigrant variety show: WE LIKE TO MOVE IT MOVE IT is performed by a clown collective of immigrant performers, who take the audience on a journey of variety and satire. grappling with our decade’s stickiest subject; […]

March 13

Cathren Costantino from Oxfordshire band Saving Cathren shares her 5 things

For me, it’s all about taking control over my body’s own internal chemistry, So start your day with FRESH fruit! Why do you ask? Because the sugar inside fruit, called fructose,  does NOT need insulin to carry it into the cells so a couple of juicy fresh fruits in the morning and within 20 minutes […]

May 18

5 things to do today: Relive best Olympic moments, play group games

    Lifestyle News -Even though the 2020 Tokyo Olympics has been postponed an entire year, here is your chance for an early start at getting in the mood for the world’s biggest sports event.. Read more Source: 5 things to do today: Relive best Olympic moments, play group games

May 18

5 Things to Do At Home During the Lockdown

If you’re thinking YouTube or Netflix, that’s not quite what this blog is about. Here are 5 actual things that you can do to enrich yourself during the lockdown! 1. Learn online, get certified. What’s something you’ve been meaning to learn, but never got to? Perhaps it’s learning Photoshop or coding. Well, this is the […]

May 18

5 Things To Do When Your Travel Life Has Stopped by blogger Daniel Pienaar

If you are a person working in the travel industry, your day to day life changes quite drastically when worldwide travel comes to a grinding halt. If you’re someone like me who travels for work very frequently, your life gets turned upside down. Here are 5 things to do when constant travel has stopped. Cook […]

May 18

5 things to do today by ‘Bag full of Rocks’ blogger Vaiva Lilionyte

It’s Sunday, we’re still in lockdown (at least here in Scotland) and not surprisingly, it’s raining. In the past, this would mean a complete nightmare for me, but during these last few weeks, I really learned to slow down and enjoy the little things. I am sharing my 5 things to do today and I […]

May 16

5 Things to Do in Slovakia: Best Places to Go, Sites to See & More #Travel #Slovakia #CentralEurope 

Thinking of visiting central Europe and wondering about the things to do in Slovakia? We’ve got all the best Slovakia things to do in this guide! See the link below Source: 5 Things to Do in Slovakia: Best Places to Go, Sites to See & More

May 16

5 Things to Do with Old Glasses

If you’ve just had an eye test and your prescription has changed, you’re probably wondering what to do with your old pair of glasses. We’ve compiled a list of 5 things to do with your old glasses. Getting a new prescription means getting new glasses for most of us. Throwing your old glasses in the […]

May 16

5 things you should do before driving again after lockdown

The coronavirus outbreak has left many of us with no need to drive Check your tyres prior to setting off on a long or significant journey. Check your tyre pressures are suitable for the load and the condition of your tyres, including the spare, and look out for any cuts or wear. Make sure your […]

May 16

Top 5 Things to Do When You Can’t Travel

A lot of us are stuck at home right now, and if you’re anything like me, you might be dreaming of your next holiday. Maybe you’ve even had to cancel travel plans this summer and you’re feeling pretty bummed out. For some people, current events are taking a hit on their mental health because of […]

May 05

5 things not to do today by Dr Emma Kell

There is an awful lot to feel anxious about just now; from bereavement to worry about vulnerable relatives to household niggles and frustrations, there’s so much to challenge us, so It’s not surprising that many people are struggling. Anxiety is a pernicious thing and can pervade many elements of our lives without our permission. Here […]

April 22

Kingston Councillor Dr Sharon Young shares her 5 things to do today

Ok, so you may have decluttered your living space, used up the old paint and DIY remnants, blasted every suitable surface with the jetwasher, spruced up the garden, tried a range of online fitness ideas and even sorted out your knicker drawer, BUT what about the following, all of which will make it easier for […]

April 19

Dr Larisa Corda shares her 5 things to do during lockdown and as a keyworker

As a frontliner on the NHS during this pandemic, I get very little time off to relax but when I do, it’s really important for me to recharge and replenish physically and mentally. So, with that in mind, here are my top 5 go to remedies: 1. I love spending time in nature. I’m fortunate […]

April 17

Belinda Bradley: 5 ways to make a difference in the world #google #BelindaBradley #TedxKingston

Every day we make 35,000 choices. Most are insignificant, yet some are bigger choices needing bigger consideration. They may have heavier consequences. They could have many outcomes. These are the ones that leave you feeling out of your depth. Sound familiar? In 2017, I made such a choice. And it changed my life – and […]

April 16

Mindful Chef launches the UK’s first next-day recipe box delivery service

In response to customer demand and a surge in frozen meals and gift vouchers sales during the Covid-19 pandemic*, Mindful Chef, the UK’s favourite healthy recipe box service (source: Trustpilot), is launching the UK’s first next day delivery service, selling its new Mindful Chef Care Box. Having listened to its customers, Mindful Chef recognises that many are concerned for […]

April 15

5 ways to be kind today by Debbie Deegan – Founder of children’s charity ‘To Children With Love’

If I was to offer advice on kindness, we all are more powerful than we think, we can all achieve far more than we realize…small gestures really can change lives…in my case one simple gesture, without me realizing, a kiss, caused ripples that went on to change many, many young lives.Here are some things I […]

April 15

Outschool Hiring Thousands of Uk teachers and experts

Outschool is hiring thousands of teachers for online classes (i.e work from home) in the UK. On Outschool, homeschooling classes are filling up faster than we can post new ones. We are putting out a call to teachers and experts across the UK (artists, personal trainers, yoga instructors, bakers, math, science, English, Spanish, social studies teachers, etc.) who are interested in […]

April 14

5 Things You Need To Know When Online Dating by Fern Lulham

They say that “love is blind” but after spending many years as a blind young woman in the pursuit of love, my eyes have been opened to some important lessons. So, let me shed some light for you on 5 things you need to know when online dating! You will learn more about yourself than […]

April 14

Blooming Hell! Camden Town Brewery welcomes spring with new citrus lager

Spring is on the horizon, so at Camden Town Brewery, we’re getting ready for balmier weather and our latest seasonal beer, Blooming Hells. This limited-edition spring lager is inspired by British Springtime; come rain, shine and bloom. Brewed using fruity southern hemisphere hops from New Zealand, South Africa and Australia, Blooming Hells is crisp and […]

April 11

Five Things to Unleash Your Creativity Today by Joanna Aird

Lockdown can mean we’re all in a bit of a hamster wheel with the same routines and repetitive chores. Add to that the fear, and you find yourself facing a creative block. Good news, that needn’t be the case. As an artist and special needs assistant I spend a large proportion of my day with […]

April 11

5 free, fun and easy things your child can do from home (that require very little help from you)!

So I started this with the title 5 things you can do for your child this Easter and realised that the one thing many parents are seeking, is the opportunity for some peace and time away from supporting home-learning. So instead, here are 5 ideas that should keep your little ones (and not so little […]

March 20

5 things to do today – Have you ever tried Yoga with Adriene #5thingstodotoday

In the worlds current situation now is the perfect time to suggest inspirational and creative things to do when life is not quite as free as it was. 5 things to do today might be able to help with this. Here are 5 suggestions Start a small habit such as every time you flush the […]

November 05

Take your child to World of Dinosaurs, Paradise Park, Broxbourne

This park is excellent if your toddler loves dinosaurs as many do. The wildlife park area is a little dated but the dinosaur aminotronic area is superb. There is a little train that will take you too – extra cost of £2.00 however Paradise Park

October 28

Watch how to simplify your life by School of Life

October 16

3. Download the 4 Pillar Plan Checklist/cheat sheet

We are pretty sure that this doesn’t exist already. It is based on The 4 Pillar Plan: How to Relax, Eat, Move and Sleep Your Way to a Longer, Healthier Life by Dr Rangan Chatterjee Basically it is a handy list for the week. go through the list every day and see how many you […]

October 14

4. Join British Gas Homecare

A recent personal experience of no heating after the summer this service was invaluable. Different monthly plans are available. The app booking system is great and the man couldn’t have been more professional and caring – just great. British Gas Homecare

October 13

5. Pre order Dr Rangan Chatterjee’s new book – Feel better in 5 minutes

We are not too sure exactly what this book will be like but his other two books excellent. Read the 4 pillar plan and The stress solution to get a flavour of Dr Chatterjee’s work. The release date is December 26th. Just in time for New Year. Pre Order from Amazon

October 13

Do you have an event in London happening next week that you would like to be listed here #London #Event

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 […]

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

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 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 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 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 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 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 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 

February 25

3. Go to The Real Greek to celebrate Tsiknopempti on Thursday 28th February #London #Restaurants

On Thursday 28th February, The Real Greek will be serving up a ‘Mixed Greek Grill’ in order to celebrate the official start of the traditional three-week carnival season in Greece, ahead of Lent. On the day of Tsiknopempti, it is tradition to eat large amounts of grilled meats and party infinitely before the fasting begins […]

February 25

2. Attend the Star-studded line-up at The Baby Show ExCeL London 1st – 3rd March #Parenting #London

New and expectant parents looking for real stories, practical advice and expert advice on how to make the most of those first 12 months of parenthood, need to visit The Baby Show with MadeForMums, this weekend (1st – 3rd March) at the ExCeL London.  Promising a phenomenal line-up of speakers including Rochelle Humes, Iwan Thomas, Annabel Karmel and Madeleine […]

February 19

5. Book tickets for the RAW WINE fair, The Strand, London – 10th&11th March #London #Wine  #rawwineLDN #Travel

This year’s RAW WINE fair will be celebrating the importance of sustainability by bringing together natural, organic and biodynamic wine producers who are all about minimal intervention in the vineyard and cellar. Promoting biodiversity and respecting life above ground and in the soil ensures vines are able to absorb key nutrients and increases the quality […]

February 14

London’s best destinations for pre-theatre dinner #London #Theatre #Travel

Margot Margot is situated in the heart of Covent Garden, surrounded by theatres at easy walking distance. The restaurant is a true celebration of seamless service, refined interiors and the authentic food of Italy, all offered alongside an extensive international wine list. The pre and post theatre menu is available from Monday to Saturday from 17.30- 18.30 and […]

January 31

Treat Your Loved One To Kennington Tandoori This Valentine’s Day #London

Whether going out or staying in this Valentine’s Day, Kennington Tandoori, the popular South London Indian restaurant have every eventuality covered on the most romantic night of the year. For one day only, the KT are offering both a delicious dine in Valentine’s set menu or the ultimate Valentine’s delivery package to be enjoyed at home, cuddled up with a loved one. For those looking […]

January 24

Celebrate Valentine’s Day in style at Wright Brothers #London #Travel #Restaurants

Wright Brothers, the seafood experts are offering the ultimate romantic Valentine’s celebration in their picturesque Battersea restaurant on Thursday 14th February. Partnering with the legendary house of Piper-Heidsieck, Wright Brothers will offer a special oyster masterclass & Champagne tasting for couples. Guests will enjoy a selection of natural, dressed and cooked oysters served alongside a […]

November 30

5 things to do – Friday 30th November 2018 #London #Cornwall #Travel #Christmas #NYE

  Private Fly, private jet company is offering an exclusive discount price of £877 per person to fly by private jet this ski season. Compared to the price of an economy ticket of £627, for an extra £250 this is a once in a lifetime offer to fly by private jet on holiday! Prices are […]

November 28

5 things to do – Wednesday 28th November 2018 #London #Travel #Lifestyle

Here are today’s 5 things. Everything from floating restaurants on the River Thames to a Family package at Winter Wonderland, Hyde Park from Taj 51. Try out Flatmates’ Festive Feasts at The Little Blue Door this Christmas, perfect for celebrating with family, friends and of course flatmates. Celebrating in seasonal style guests can tuck in […]

November 26

5 things to do – Monday 26th November 2018 #London #Inspiration #Woking #Theatre #Ballet

Here are today’s selection. If you work near Covent Garden the enjoy a takeaway lunch from Little Kolkata, an authentic Calcuttan restaurant. Offering a great alternative to everyone’s usual quick lunchtime haunts, Little Kolkata delivers great value for money on both flavour and convenience. Dine at Yen Burger in London’s Borough Market. From young female […]

November 15

5 things to do – Thursday 15th November 2018 #EltonJohnLewis #London #Manchester #CraigCharles #Macmillancancersupport

How about a meal at The Dorchester Grill or to see Craig Charles in Manchester. Here are today’s 5 things. Watch the new John Lewis Christmas advert. The jury is slowly coming in. Enjoy fish and chips or maybe cheese souffle at the Dorchester Grill. Having recently enjoyed a third makeover in the long and […]

November 14

5 things to do – Wednesday 14th November 2018 #London #Travel #Christmas #Covent Garden

Here are today’s 5 things selection. Things from new film releases to Hot Gin and Tonics.  See award-winning theatre company Cardboard Citizens. As part of the launch of the Mayor of London’s Winter Homelessness Fundraising Campaign, award-winning theatre company Cardboard Citizens will perform Rising by Femi Keeling in the Council Chamber of London’s City Hall […]

November 11

5 things to do do – Sunday 11th November 2018 #Lifestyle #Money #London #Jobs #Blinklist

Here are today’s selection. Everything from reading non fiction books quickly to having quick access to the perfect job. There is even advice on how to save money easily. Upload your CV onto Indeed. It takes seconds to upload, you can modify it anytime on any device and you will have access to thousands of […]

September 25

5 things strong families make time to do every day #life #families #lifestyle

The perfect family is a myth. In fact, every family experiences stress-provoking changes time and time again. But, some families are better able to cope with tough times—science defines these as “strong families.” Several studies have found that strong families share similar characteristics.Here are five things strong families make time for every day. 1. Spend time together Families that […]

September 22

Bonding as a flat: Our top 5 things to do together #University #Student #accomodation

Sharing a flat with three, five or even seven strangers can feel a bit scary, not knowing how the rest of the year will pan out. Spending some time with your flatmates, chatting, or having a brew together would be a good start. But becoming best mates with them doesn’t happen overnight. Here’s my flat’s […]

September 20

5 Really Hard Things That Successful People Do #Success #Education #Business

We spend a lot of time talking about easy things we can do to make our lives better and our careers take off. There are easy things to do, but the reality is, being at the top of your game doesn’t come easily for almost anything. Sometimes, there are hard things you need to do […]

September 12

5 things to do when you’re having a bad mental health day #Health #Mentalhealth

This week, postnatal depression and anxiety support charity PANDAS Foundation are running an awareness week – #PNDA18. The theme of the week is Hope, stories and support will be shared all week to provide hope to all the mums struggling with their mental health that a happy life is something they can have again. I have written […]

September 09

Top 5 Things To Do in Slovenia For A Solo Traveller #Travel #Slovenia

From it’s quaint, small city charm, to its endless miles of lush green terrain, complete with magnificent waterfalls and scenic hiking trails, Slovenia is a solid choice for those wishing for an action-packed, adrenaline-fulled getaway. Yet its humble approach to tourism and wanderlust leaves it flying under the radar for many – me included. Struggling […]

September 04

Hollyoaks actor Nathan Sussex share his 5 things to do today #Hollyoaks #Soaps #Television #Channel4

One Running – I have been running for about 10 years and I am really into my fitness. Living in the centre of Cardiff I get to run around the city parks which are huge. Two Cardiff Bay – I love to lose my self in Cardiff Bay. The Bay has a real mix of […]

September 01

5 things to do with your kids to develop their creative thinking – from Families Online #teaching #learning #creativity

Creative thinking is one of the most important skills you can help your child develop. It’s a tool that will help them not only in their journey through childhood and the classroom, but into adulthood and the workplace. We’ve teamed up with Explore Learning, who offer award-winning maths and English tuition, to think about ways […]

September 01

5 Things to do in Order to Become the Best Version of Your Self #lifestyle #selfhelp

In case you haven’t heard by now, intention is everything. The way we intend to live our lives, to become the person we want to be, and even how we intend to perceive our day is what sets the wheels in motion for the universe to begin bringing towards us our soul’s deepest wishes and […]

August 31

5 THINGS TO DO IF YOU’RE FEELING STRESSED #stress #health

Stressed? Yep, me too. We all suffer from the S word, but it’s important to remember that not all stress is ‘bad stress’, we need fear/stress to protect us from danger, and to warn us when to step back and crank up the self-care dial. I want to share what helps me when stress hits, […]

August 30

5 things to do to make starting uni easier by The University of Warwick

With the excitement of starting uni soon, it’s easy to forget to organise some important stuff. Here are a few things to sort out which will save you a lot of hassle if they’re done before getting to uni 1) Sort out your finances The two priorities are: getting a student account and organising government-funded […]

5 things to do at The University of Surrey August 30

5 things to do at The University of Surrey #ALevelResults2018 #Surrey #University

One Experience sport like never before. 47 clubs. £36 million facilities. Two Take a full, first-hand look at our accommodation without stepping foot on campus? Three You receive some pretty great (and exclusive) benefits once you become a part of The University of Surrey Alumni. Four Get to know your new home. The University of […]

August 30

5. Eat vegan in Guildford at Surrey Hills Coffee #vegan #Guildford #visitguildford #Surrey

August 23

5 Things To Do When Somebody Criticizes Your Work by for the interested.com #work #wellbeing

Nobody likes to be criticized. But the ability to handle criticism is a prerequisite to success. Because the more you succeed, the more people are exposed to what you do — and not all of those people are going to love it. But dealing with criticism doesn’t have to be as hard as it seems. Here are […]

August 22

5. London’s first maker festival kicks off in Victoria Park #makemore #London #festival

A brand-new festival celebrating the maker movement has kicked off In London’s Victoria Park. MAKEMORE combines hands on workshops and demonstrations with live music, stand-up comedy and a series of insightful talks, bringing together more than 100 independent artists, crafters, cooks and musicians. The festival continues throughout the Bank Holiday weekend. For experienced creatives and […]

5 Must Try Indian Foods by blogger Aditi Chawla August 22

5 Must Try Indian Foods by blogger Aditi Chawla

After having travelled to several countries, I realised how the representation of Indian cuisine is limited to just curries and Indian breads. Also, I believe, the common perception is that the food is spicy and drenched in oil. Even after staying most of my life in India, I can’t claim to have tried all the […]

August 21

5 Things To Do Every Day to Keep Your House Clean and Organized

I have two toddlers. And two dogs, a cat, and a husband. I could spend all day scrubbing and sweeping to keep my house as clean as I would like it to be. But I would rather spend my time playing and learning and having fun with my kids, so I don’t. Instead, I concentrate […]

August 19

5 fantastic things to do in Anglesey with kids #Anglesey #Travel #Wales

We are lucky to visit the beautiful Isle of Anglesey frequently. Anglesey is very family friendly so I thought I would share with you my top 5 things to do in Anglesey with kids, along with some suggestions of places to stay and eat. Anglesey weather might be as unpredictable as the rest of the […]

August 18

5 things to do today by Danventure Travels #Travel #Life #Inspiration

1 – Take a moment to be grateful for what I have. 2 – Tell the people in my life I love them. 3 – Do some form of physical activity – not only is it good for my physical well being, but my mental well being as well. 4 – Learn at least one […]

August 16

2. Stay at The Owl and The Pussycat, Galle, Sri Lanka #Galle #Travel #Luxury

A sprightly, social, yet tranquil luxury Boutique hotel that sits on the water’s edge in South Sri Lanka Just a short tuk- tuk ride from the heritage, colonial-style city of Galle An unpretentious, contemporary design with the hotel’s furniture, colourful textiles and artwork having been hand-made by 20 artists from all over the world, including […]

August 15

5 things to do before your first hike

August 14

The top 5 things to do in Poland in the last two weeks of the summer

through the summer holidays. But do not worry! August is one of the most beautiful months in Poland. And there are still many surprises waiting for you across the country. Have a look at what is worth seeing, whom to listen to, what to experience in order to make this year’s summer break truly unforgettable. […]

August 14

Gunwharf Outlet – The best discounts including Michael Kors, Disney and Ugg — lottyearns

I’m obsessed with shopping and discounts (like, it’s literally my job spotting bargains) so clearly I love shopping outlets such as Bicester Village just outside Oxford and Premium Outlets in the USA – but my newest discovery is Gunwharf Quays and spoiler alert – I LOVED IT. And seriously, the bargains I spotted were INCREDIBLE. […]

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