July 2017

How to live gluten and dairy free – on a budget

July 31, 2017 Lifestyle
Budget Cooking Gluten Free FreeFrom

The standing joke amongst students is leaving home and realising how expensive cheese is. Well, imagine leaving home and also finding that bread, pasta, oats, milk and butter were also going to be breaking your budget every week.     Living free-from for choice, health or necessity comes with a price tag. When thinking of budget meals, pasta, oats, beans on toast all flood to mind. But now imagine that your loaf of bread costs £3 and is also halfRead More

How to land a job straight out of uni

July 28, 2017 Lifestyle
Land a Job straight out of uni

You’re approaching the end of your time at university, the care-free clock is ticking away and you’re all too aware that very shortly it’s just you and the big wide world without education to fall back on. Throughout our lives, we are told that having a degree makes you more employable, and it does, however, there are now so many people leaving university with degrees that the job market is pretty saturated. So what can you do to help yourselfRead More

Niche Gluten Free Dining in London – A Review

July 24, 2017 Lifestyle, Review
Niche London Gluten Free

When I found out that I had an intolerance to gluten and an allergy to dairy, my restaurant options dropped to a measly handful. Of those remaining, I got used to having plain side dishes, and a very limited selection of menu options, as well as the ‘oh a fussy one’ look from waiters. When I moved to London a whole new world of dining opened up to me, restaurants knew what gluten was, they had menus with allergens printedRead More

6 things to do when planning a road trip to keep you safe!

July 19, 2017 Lifestyle, Travel

In the five years that I’ve been driving it’s safe to say that I’ve been on my fair share of road trips. With family that live up North and us living about as South as you can go, we make fairly regular trips up the country. Through our own mistakes and experiences, I’ve put together my 6 tips for planning a successful road trip, including the importance of having an up to date MOT/service and things to avoid such asRead More

To the man on the train…

July 17, 2017 Lifestyle
To the man on the train

Would you believe me if I told you that I only went to university because a man on a train told me to? Well, you better start believing it, because it’s true. I wouldn’t listen to anyone. My parents, my boyfriend, my work colleagues, my friends, their suggestions all fell on deaf ears. I’d spent my whole life in the education system, I’d come out with some very good grades but I’d had my first taste of real money andRead More

Coconut Lane – Note Pad Reviews + 20% OFF!

July 12, 2017 Favourites, Lifestyle, Review
Coconut Lane Note Pad

I’ve been a Coconut Lane fan for quite some time now, their absolutely gorgeous colour schemes and prints always catch my eye and there’s no surprise that I made a little purchase. Having recently started a new job I, of course, needed to buy some new notepads, because list making is the key to my organisation! My basket did originally contain 8 notepads, yes you read that right, but I dwindled them down to my favourite 3. The vibrancy of the coloursRead More

The Polish Bakery – Gluten Free Range

July 7, 2017 Lifestyle, Review

If you’re gluten free then you know the struggle to find a decent gluten free bread. We’ve all had the ‘hard as a rock’ variety, the ‘turns to dust’ variety and the ‘soggy bottom is an understatement’ variety. Before you know it you’ve resided yourself to a bread free life, because having a bunless burger is simply so much nicer than the dry, yet simultaneously soggy, gluten free offering you’re always given. I have to admit, having spent so many yearsRead More

A Ripple in the Ocean – Self Pep Talk

July 3, 2017 Lifestyle
Ripple in my ocean

So I’ve moved to London. Perhaps the most daring thing I’ve ever done was commit to renting a property for a year on a temporary two-month intern salary with only the hopes and dreams of a job to rely on. Some might call it a very stupid idea, and I have to admit at times I’ve thought that myself. But then I remember that nothing revolutionary comes from within your comfort zone. You have to put yourself out there for theRead More

I'm Sophia Whitham, a Classics graduate from Kings College London embarking on a journey into marketing with Kafoodle. A keen writer, foodie and traveller I have combined my interests into this little corner of the internet to take you on a walk in my world...❤

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