• 17 Ways To Say I Love You

    Today Daniel and I celebrate our three year anniversary – the anniversary of being boyfriend/girlfriend. To this day I still remember vividly his face when he asked (I’d obviously made a fuss that I’d wanted him …

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  • Brunching in North London’s Crouch End

    North London’s Crouch End is an affluent, picturesque town with an interesting history. Becoming more middle class in the Victorian age, the area saw a surge in city professionals looking to live near the city …

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  • #Smearforsmear & What To Expect In A Smear Test

    This post isn’t pretty or fashionable, it’s not trendy and it’s not going to get rid of wrinkles. What it could do though is save your life. You may be the most physically active person …

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  • Getting LFW Ready In Chelsea’s Draycott Manor

    Money is commonly known to not buy happiness; but it can buy you is a beautiful statement piece of clothing and that’s pretty close. When it comes to finding the ideal London Fashion Week outfit, …

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  • The Busy Girls’ Guide To Having A Productive Day Starting Today

    As we approach the last week of January, I’m imagining that many of us would have by now packed in the diet, (I have) started drinking (I have) and generally made around 99% of their new …

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  • Matthew Williamson x Balthazar Afternoon Tea

    Renowned for its incredible wine and french food, situated in the heart of Covent Garden is Balthazar. You’ve probably already heard of it; established first in America in 1997 by the wonderfully charming Keith McNally and the …

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  • How To Get A More Positive Mental Attitude

    This year as a way of enjoying my life and enhancing that all important work/life balance, here are a few easy ways of having more of a positive mental attitude. checklist. 1. Recognising the failure. …

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  • London Theatre | Goodnight Mister Tom

    Although usually incredible, stage productions can sometimes be a bit hit and miss. A few weeks ago Dan and I had tickets to see a West End play but feeling very tired and not enjoying ourselves we ended up …

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  • HERE’S TO 2016

    Today I’ve a few reasons to celebrate. Not only is it the six month birthday of Sassyinthecity.com but it’s also the first day of 2016 bringing with it lots of new opportunities, aspirations and resolutions. …

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  • Then Suddenly Society Changed

    Working in media for the past seven years has been one of the most educational experiences of my life. OK yes school was amazing, my favourite subject was Textiles. I was never really supposed to …

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  • Here’s What I did & Wore in amsterdam one time

    ‘Haha, are you serious?’ was the question most people asked when I told them what I was doing with my long weekend off. Yes, honestly. The other week, I took my mum to Amsterdam for …

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  • Where To Go For A Truly British Feast: Review Of Percy & Founders

    As In Burger & Chips Did you know that in the city of London there are around 19,000 restaurants? Different types of cuisine and themes and a variety of entertainment on offer. Additionally, the deal breaker for me …

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  • Men, Relationships & Cheating – A Review Of Doctor Foster

    We met Doctor Gemma Foster on screen in the first of five episodes almost six weeks ago. Like thousands across the nation, I was instantly obsessed. Even at work, it consumed many of my conversations …

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  • Why You Should Pay A Visit To The London Cabaret Club

    Hands up if you’ve ever had that awkward feeling when walking in to a room in a floor length red dress with a huge side split and spaghetti straps, thinking Oh. My. God. I’m totally overdressed. Yes? Well forget any feelings …

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  • Here’s What Happened When I Met Sex & The City Author, Candace Bushnell

    ‘Cheating isn’t funny but viewed from afar the cheater maybe be’…. So said Candace Bushnell in a recent tweet. Follow her on Twitter and you’ll find lots of comments and mumbles undoubtably synonymous with the …

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  • Stationer Of The Moment | Dimitria Jordan

    Thud! The latest copy of GQ Style lands on my desk. Argh, it looks amazing! These moments of anticipation, excitement and joy are a regular occurrence in my day job. I utterly love it when …

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  • An Escape To Foodie Heaven In Somerset: A Stay At Ston Easton

    As much as I love the hustle and bustle of London, my job and my home in the busy North of the city, I’m a firm believer in a work/life balance. Being from a village …

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  • Here’s How I Got On At GQ Men of the Year 2015

    Sometimes in life there are those real ‘Dear Diary’ moments. For me, it was actually the entire week, last week. After a fun time with Ann Summers (see here), an amazing weekend away (review on Ston Easton …

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  • MailOnline | A Response

    It comes as a surprise to many that I don’t read MailOnline. I’ve never really had much desire to nor do I have any interest. There’s no particular reason, it’s just that if I have a spare …

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  • A Stunning Meal With A View: Review Of Darwin Brasserie (Sky Garden)

    Dining in London can either be a real treat or a real let down. Whether I’m splashing out on a meal for six or dining on a deal for two, one thing is for sure, …

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