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

A day in Cambridge

February 5, 2018 Lifestyle, Travel

Cambridge is a beautiful city famous for not only the historical Cambridge University but its museums and winding river. I’ve visited the city on a few occasions for educational purposes but hadn’t had a chance to truly explore at my own pace. To soak up the feeling of the city, watch the punters float by and appreciate its historical beauty. Living in London makes a day trip all too achievable, with a return Sunday ticket coming in at £11.40 withRead 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

Don’t drink and drive – staying safe after a night out

February 2, 2018 Lifestyle
Drink and drive Maplin breathalyser

Perhaps it’s my generation but I simply cannot comprehend how people used to be allowed to drink and drive. My personal rule is no alcohol at all if I’m driving, not even a small glass. It’s easier to say no alcohol than to find yourself gambling with being over the limit. It’s all well and good not driving the night you’re drinking but what about the next morning? How do you know when the alcohol is out of your systemRead 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

L’Oréal Paris – Colour Riche – Doutzen Collaboration

January 26, 2018 Lifestyle, Review
L'oreal Colour Riche, Lipstick review

I’m always drawn to the lipsticks at make-up counters, lined up and colourful, standing to attention waiting for you to pick your perfect shade. Never normally one to pick a shade that’s too ‘out there’ I tend to stick to the nude tones with an occasional red slipping into the basket. This lipstick – Delicate Rose – is a part of the Colour Riche exclusive collection by Doutzen Kroes, an inspirational beauty and L’Oréal Paris Brand Ambassador. Buttery soft andRead More

Veg packed pasta – Eating the rainbow – Gluten free & Vegan

January 22, 2018 Health and Fitness, Lifestyle, Recipe

  Counting calories has never worked for me so instead this January I decided to count colours. No not skittles, plants. The colour of plants holds a delicious secret, phytonutrients. These phytonutrients have a host of health benefits and are often what is responsible for giving plants their pigment. Therefore, to ensure you’re getting a variety of as many of these nutrients as possible it’s wise to be eating as many colours as possible. I love vegetables but sometimes thinkingRead 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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