November 2017

Dr Dunner – Boost your immunity the way nature intended

November 27, 2017 Health and Fitness, Lifestyle

Diet has a big impact on our health. I’m the first to admit that my diet can at times slip and my fresh vegetables be replaced with processed foods and those that are quick to shove in the oven after a long day at work. I found that taking supplements every morning ensures that I get the vitamins and minerals my body needs so I don’t have to worry so much about them throughout the day. At the moment IRead More

Travelling the world – does it really come down to money?

November 27, 2017 Travel
Group holiday Madrid Spain

I’ve always wanted to travel. It’s like this niggling feeling deep in my stomach that gets excited at the thought of stepping off a plane in a new country or exploring a new culture. It’s something I know I want to do one day but have always come back to the same roadblock. Money. There are plenty of people out there who manage to travel on seemingly nothing. Either taking out loans secured against their own assets, working whilst travelling orRead More

ASOS Haul – Velvet and Sparkles

November 22, 2017 Lifestyle

I was debating whether or not to write this post because I have to be honest and say I didn’t want to take the outfit pictures and I didn’t feel I had purchased enough to warrant posting about. However, seeing as I love all three pieces I felt I should share them with you! Without further ado, here are the three items I purchased. 1. ASOS own oversized cable knit jumper dress I saw this dress in black on oneRead More

Staying healthy whilst working a 9-5

November 20, 2017 Health and Fitness, Lifestyle

Since starting a full-time job staying healthy has kind of taken a seat on the back burner. I completely took for granted the little gym in my student accommodation and didn’t realise how good I had it with 10 hours of lectures a week and a decent student budget. Now things have changed and I’ve noticed some of my healthy habits start to slip. Here are my 5 top tips to regaining control of your health when work has become yourRead More

Time is money – the art of complaining

November 19, 2017 Lifestyle

We live in a world fueled by transactions. Service transactions, financial transactions and personal transactions. Nearly everything we do is in exchange for goods, services or an emotional response. From tapping your Oyster Card at the tube station to handing over cash in your local store and calling your friend to invite them for a coffee. Our days are filled with transactions. Successful transactions please all participants: I get a tube to work, TFL gets £2.80 I get a bottleRead More

A quick European holiday accommodation guide

November 17, 2017 Travel

When travelling there are lots of things to consider. Your flights, transfers, train tickets, the language, the food, the culture and of course the accommodation. I’ve really only travelled in Europe, so this quick guide will be centred around your accommodation options in this diverse continent. Villas In the warmer countries like France, Spain and Greece, which have a distinctively Mediterranean feel, Villas are one of the most popular and common forms of accommodation for locals and tourists alike. ARead More

The little things

November 15, 2017 Favourites, Lifestyle

As a child, I kept hearing the phrase “It’s the little things” and I’ll confess for a long time I didn’t really know what they were. I can tell you now, realising the little things has opened up a whole new level of happiness. So what are the little things? Think small, no smaller. In fact, don’t think at all. For example. One of my little things was discovering a washing up liquid that I loved the smell of. NoneRead More

Keeping yourself well this winter

November 15, 2017 Health and Fitness, Lifestyle

The days of pumpkin spice lattes and other obnoxiously sweet syrups are upon us. I, like anyone, love a few sweet treats this time of year, especially when the advent calendars start and there seems to be a something delicious at every corner. Staying well in the winter months needn’t be difficult and at large is centred around what you’re eating. Stay full and fuel your body with hearty meals full of vitamins and nutrients, but most importantly flavour!   MakingRead 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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