Netflix series you need to be watching

March 12, 2018 Favourites, Lifestyle

I was definitely a latecomer to the Netflix party but now I’m here I don’t ever want to leave. Living on a budget in London comes with some sacrifices, we don’t have a tv and so all our entertainment is streamed off my laptop, though I’ve got my fingers crossed for a 4KTV Panasonic if the universe is feeling extra generous.đŸ€ž Netflix is one of the only subscription services I chose to keep whilst making cutbacks to my spending and I’ve foundRead More

What do you give to a mum who has everything?

March 5, 2018 Favourites, Lifestyle
Mothers Day gift guide

Mothers day is just around the corner, a time to celebrate all that is motherhood and give thanks to those we see as our motherly figure. But what can you give to a mother who has everything?! Gift giving can be hard, especially when money is a limiting factor and we are surrounded by commercialised media trying to persuade us to buy more and more. But it doesn’t need to be this way. In my experience the best mothers day gifts haveRead More

My updated skincare routine – cruelty free – Pai

March 2, 2018 Favourites, Lifestyle
Pai skincare Review

Finding a brand that you love is like finding that perfect corner seat in a cafe. Once you’ve found it you wonder how you lived without it! Pai has been that brand for me. Now I warn you now I’m no skincare guru, in fact, I’m pretty lazy when it comes to skincare and makeup, so the product has to be easy to apply and actually work for me to bother making the effort with it. It was 18 months agoRead More

For those who don’t do sickly Valentine’s day cards

February 3, 2018 Favourites, Lifestyle
Valentines Day You Said It Rude Cards

Valentine’s Day. It seems you love it or you hate it. Or at least hate the over-commercialisation and sickly messaging around it. Valentine’s day or St Valentine’s day is actually the celebration of love and affection, the problem is that over the years we’ve been conditioned to see it through the cuddly, snuggly, rose-tinted lens that’s been conjured up by the supermarkets and retailers to get us to buy more stuff. Now there’s nothing wrong with snuggly, cuddly and rose-tinted anything,Read More

Winter essentials that I’ve been loving

January 29, 2018 Favourites, Lifestyle

I’ve found a few new staples for my wardrobe and home this season and wanted to share them with you.   Chenille Jumper If there’s one trend that I’ve been loving even more than the resurrection of velvet, it’s chenille. This jumper by Marks and Spencer comes in several different colours but my favourite was the golden yellow. It looks great with a pair of black skinny jeans and effortlessly adds colour to any outfit. Super soft and snuggly it’sRead More

5 books to change your life

January 15, 2018 Favourites, Lifestyle, Review

  These 5 books have all had monumental impacts on my life, they’ve helped me become better, reach goals and succeed. Make 2018 the year for personal development and start your journey with one of these gems.   1. Make Your Bed: Small things that can change your life… and maybe the world Make your bed is a book of simple and attainable actions perfectly linked with personal anecdotes. Succinct and to the point this is the quick read youRead 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

The Culpeper – Perhaps my new favourite London pub

October 20, 2017 Favourites, Lifestyle, Review
The Culpeper

Until I moved to London I took a ‘good pub’ for granted. They just pop up in the countryside, in the middle of nowhere, fire roaring, service friendly. Somehow London has managed to take the pub and turn them into soul-less tourist drinking traps; serving the same drinks with the same sticky menus and leaving you longing for the long-lost traditional pub atmosphere. When my friend Jamie arranged a catch-up at the Culpeper I was introduced to perhaps my newRead 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 đŸ„‚

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