February 2018

6 easy ways to cut back your spending

February 23, 2018 Lifestyle

In June 2017 I committed myself to a year-long lease on a flat in London with barely enough income to make the rent. I had my fingers crossed that my internship would turn into a job but had three months to last before I would earn a decent income. Once my rent, bills and travel had been paid I was left with £60 a month, and that’s not a lot when you need to buy food and also try toRead More

Three blogging basics you should master

February 21, 2018 Blogging

Starting my blog is one of the best things I have ever done. It has allowed me to indulge in my love of words, to create content that helps people and to have real passion once again. Embarking on your own blogging journey can be daunting and people decide to start their journey for a number of reasons. For me, it was entirely hobby based, I wanted to write and a blog allowed me to do that. Whatever your reasonRead More

Is wi-fi now a key consideration for travellers?

February 19, 2018 Travel
Wifi priority for travellers

We’re living in a digital age. I don’t know anyone without a smartphone and the day the BT van is spotted on our street, we hold our breath and pray the Wi-Fi isn’t about to go down. Throughout my travels I’ve never been faced with a black-out (no internet) as fortunately everywhere I have stayed has some sort of Wi-Fi-connect. This begs the question, how important is Wi-Fi now when people are choosing where to travel? I’ve teamed up withRead More

5 TV landscapes you can visit in the UK

February 16, 2018 Lifestyle, Travel

I’ve always had a thing for gardens, nature and landscapes. Perhaps it was my countryside upbringing or my mother’s love of plants that have filtered down into my bloodstream. I made brilliant use of my National Trust Student Membership whilst it lasted and enjoy nothing more than discovering a new garden on a piece of the countryside no matter the weather. We’re blessed with a beautiful countryside just waiting to be explored and Suttons, garden lovers and retailers of vegetable seeds,Read More

It’s time for some summer inspiration

February 13, 2018 Lifestyle

It may be snowing outside right now and I may have forgotten what sunshine feels like so I think it’s time to set a mood board and will spring into action with sheer determination. That first day of leaving the house without a winter coat and the feeling of the suns rays warming your bones isn’t far off but as a firm believer of getting what you wish for I’m just putting it out there with this post that IRead More

Slow holidays – what are they and why should you try them?

February 11, 2018 Travel

Sometimes it seems as though we are living our lives in the fast lane, at 100mph, always eager to get onto the next thing, the next stage. I’ve found myself feeling like this, racing through education, onto college, into uni and it wasn’t until I graduated that I realised how I’d wished a quarter of my life away. Sometimes we need to take a step back and just slow down. One great way to do this is through slow holidays.Read More

Easy gluten-free Yakisoba with Yutaka

February 9, 2018 Health and Fitness, Recipe
Yutaka Yakisoba Sauce GlutenFree

Asian cuisine is notoriously difficult if you’re trying to live a gluten-free lifestyle, with many recipes containing soya-sauce as a base ingredient. As a result, I quite often have to cook my favourite dishes from scratch and forgo the Friday night takeaway. When Yutaka contacted me and asked if I would like to try their new range of gluten-free, organic noodles I jumped at the opportunity. I did my little happy dance, as I do when I see a new free-fromRead More

Fitness – 3 tricks for getting back on track

February 7, 2018 Health and Fitness

January already feels well behind us and those New Years resolutions seem a long time ago. If one of yours was to get fit in 2018 then by now the excitement of a new beginning is wearing off and the long slog continues. I completely fell off the fitness bandwagon when I graduated university, suddenly I had no on-site gym and a membership was well out of my price range. Alongside starting full-time work and the days seeming ever darkerRead More


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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 🥂

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