Lifestyle

Fitness on demand with ESquared – a review

March 22, 2018 Health and Fitness, Review
Esquared review

I’ve only ever held a gym membership once in my life, an expensive twin membership with my mum to our local health club. We went religiously for about two months but eventually, our commitment dwindled until finally the direct debit was the only part of us still going. It turns out that my own experience is reflected throughout the UK with Brits spending £558 million each year on unused gym memberships and 1 in 10 saying they haven’t been forRead More

Making the most of a small living space

March 19, 2018 Lifestyle
tiny house

When we see adverts for new kitchens, bathrooms and sofas they’re always set in vast spaces with sprawling counters and enough room for a football team. The reality for many, however, is much different. My kitchen and bathroom are little more than a cupboard in comparison, with enough space to make them functional but far from the showrooms advertised online. But having a small living space is coming back into fashion with micro-houses and van-lifers proving that living in littleRead More

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.🤞 Netflix is one of the only subscription services I chose to keep whilst making cutbacks to my spending and I’ve foundRead More

Just another spring wishlist

March 9, 2018 Lifestyle

Although as I write this post the snow is still melting on the ground I’m confident that spring is on its way and my wardrobe needs to be ready for it. I’m not a massive colour kind of girl but have been loving pieces with bold colour accents as well as the usual pastel colours of spring. Without further ado, here’s what I’d like to buy for spring 2018 (if I could afford it) Whistles Wrap Tie Jumpsuit I’m a lover ofRead More

Nutreelife – plant-based protein snacks – a review

NutreeLife - vegan protein gluten free review

As a part of my ‘eat the rainbow’ new years resolution, I’ve found myself becoming increasingly more conscious of health-food products that claim to be healthy when in fact are full of highly processed ingredients that I can barely pronounce. Chemicals, artificial sweeteners and additives are added to so many ‘health’ foods to bring down their calory count and price point. Nutreelife is a family run British health food brand pushing back against this trend. They use only the highest quality,Read 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

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

 

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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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