Yoga Brunch at Space Studio

Well over a month ago I was delighted to be invited to a Yoga Brunch session hosted by the Complete Retreat which was set up by Suzanne White.  I’ve always had a keen interest in yoga but this 90-minute brunch session made me realise how important it is to slow down, relax and focus more […]

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My First Time Abroad: Why Culture Shocks Are Important

Honestly, I never liked being out of my comfort zone when I was younger and I still f*cking hate it as a young adult.  I’ve just learned to put a good front on when I have to. Today I was thinking a lot about my first holiday abroad when I was 12 and why I […]

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My Favourite Apps That Aren’t FB, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr or Twitter.

Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr and Twitter have all had a huge impact on social media in one way or another and they aren’t going away anytime soon. Fancy debuted in October 2009 and has 2 million users.  It is a social commerce website and is like Instagram and Pinterest combined.  What makes it better than these […]

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Café Diaries #2: Federal Café and Bar

Federal Café and Bar is an independent Australian/New Zealand Café in Manchester which mainly serves coffee, breakfast, lunch and brunch style meals but when it gets closer to the evening there offer amazing cocktails and other varieties of alcoholic drinks.  It’s small and can be cramped at times but you won’t care once you see […]

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5 Ways To Improve Your Languages Skills Through The Media

I’ve been interested in languages for years.  I studied French, Spanish and German A-Level and I was always looking for new ways to improve my language skills away from books.  Now, I’m studying Chinese (simplified). Sometimes text books and worksheets can take away the fun of learning a language because it can become repetitive.  Although, […]

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