• How To Become More Confident

    confidence = mindset. It’s not a quality or a character trait. At work and in presentations, I can be my absolute most confident. Bright, bubbly and articulate. When it comes to travelling to an event …

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  • The Quintessential Luxury English Stay At St James

    Next to one of London’s most prestigious Royal Parks (Green Park), is The Stafford Hotel. Established in 1912, it’s a stately, five-star picture-perfect venue. Complete with a palatial restaurant and plenty of tradition, the hotel also offers …

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  • Why I’m Obsessed with Choccywoccydoodah

    DISCLAIMER: Look Away If Dieting Writing this post was tricky I didn’t know where to start. Did I want to launch into details about my wedding cake preparation? Did I want to talk about London and its bucket-list …

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  • Exclusively Playing In Mayfair

    HOW TO DO AN OVERNIGHT STAY ON LONDON’S HERTFORD STREET Mayfair has always been the most unique and affluent part of London. Not only does it have the largest concentration of luxury five start hotels …

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  • A Spot of Afternoon Tea, Sloane Square Style

    I moved from south to north London when I met Daniel. Before moving in together, we would take it in turns to commute from Clapham right the way up to Edgware on the northern line. What …

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  • Egg-cellent & Tasty Meals From Posh Eggs

    70 Wonderful Eggy Recipes Living in the city can exhaust you. Working a full-day week, blogging daily and working on an exciting project with your best friend at every possible moment (which by the way …

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  • This Is My Guide To Holiday Fashion: What I wore, saw & did In Marrakech

    Packing for a surprise trip can sometimes be so difficult, especially if you don’t know where you’re going. If the brief is ‘hot’, ‘casual’ but with a hint of ‘party’ for that special night out …

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  • How To Mix Up Your Hydration Routine

    Looking after my skin dominates my morning and evening routines. I’m totally obsessed with looking after it; trying to reduce wrinkles and trialling lots of non evasive treatments that can keep it looking bright and …

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  • A chocolately Cheat Day at Said, London

    Soho has always had my heart. It’s probably the only non-pretentious place that I happily walk through alone. I love the gritty, cobbled floors and it’s wonderful knowing that some super cool famous people have walked …

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  • Panoramic Views & Cocktails In Rome’s Waldorf

    An Aperitif at Waldorf Astoria’s Rome Cavalieri On Instagram and Twitter you’ll have seen that I’ve been spending the past couple of weekends away; Morocco this weekend, Rome last. At 40 degrees and with its spicy scent, Morocco is a …

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  • A Few Helpful Ways to De-Stress That May Surprise You

    Yesterday Dan and I headed to Purl for a two hour cocktail making masterclass. As we sat and chatted to the mixologist, it was so nice winding down and seeing Daniel relax. It got me thinking. …

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  • Farmhouse Chic: A Review Of Dormy House, The Cotswolds

    When you live in London, it’s so easy to adapt to the concrete jungle. High rise buildings, traffic on Regents Street, people everywhere… But remember, human beings aren’t designed to live that way and it’s …

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  • This Is How Some Celebrations Differ From Others & I’m loving it

    I’m in Itsu grabbing a sushi tray and a juice and…fine, I may as well get a chocolate rice cake too. I’m feeling stressed and need something sweet. I know I know, I should be …

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  • 12 Best in Fashion Film

    Fashionistas come in denominations. There are the hard core, walkway obsessed who are wearing an outfit inspired by the third grey ‘gender neutral’ outfit that came onto the catwalk for Gucci AW15; whose wardrobe consists …

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  • Eating From The Social Kitchen

    Super healthy Daniel once told me he only eats for function, to which I scoffed and asked him to pass me the chicken chow mein. Like many, food plays a vital part in my life. …

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  • The One After The 12 Year Break

    With mounting speculation that the famous group of six are going to be reunited for their first filming in twelve years, (has it really been that long) it’s got us reminiscing about the good old days. Like …

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  • How To Study The Second Time Around

    Graduating and moving to London was a huge change – not in terms of the move itself but the life structure. Now it’s about to change all over again. Working full time means no more …

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  • Trip To Venice | A Life Without Cars & Roadways

    I’d studied Google images, chatted to my Venetian for tips and even consulted the Natwest Concierge service for some recommendations on what to do in Venice before we had arrived. It wasn’t so much knowing what …

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  • Spa, Relaxation & Romance At Bank House

    So the time had finally come for us to head to the luxurious Bank House Spa in Worcester for a much needed – and dare I say, romantic – weekend break. This was set to be our …

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  • This Is How To Start A Career In Luxury Media (Video)

    So I made another YouTube video. This one is different, it’s not fashion and it’s not beauty as we know it… It’s about careers. Trust me, if I had this information when I was eighteen years …

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