Lifestyle

My immunity boosting morning routine

November 3, 2017 Health and Fitness, Lifestyle, Recipe

It’s getting to that time of year where everyone has a cough or a cold. I stand on the tube in the morning trying to ignore the fact I am in a germ-ridden tin can. I’ve been incorporating these three superfoods into my morning routine for well over 3 months now and have seen my body develop what appears to be more of a resistance to the illnesses that are currently plaguing my office. Don’t get me wrong, they haven’tRead More

Dreaming of becoming a digital nomad – the lowdown

October 27, 2017 Lifestyle, Travel

The world is evolving, and digital technology is unquestionably at the heart of these progressions. This has opened up a whole realm of new working opportunities for the modern generation, my generation, not to mention the generations to come. With the introduction of ever smarter technologies and travel becoming more widely accessible I am just one of many who’d love to combine the two and become a digital nomad. Digital nomad, have you come across the term? If you’re aRead 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

Coming down gently: Weekend trips to tide you over between holidays

October 20, 2017 Lifestyle, Travel

I love travelling. That adrenaline as you land, the smell of a different city and the tastes of a new cuisine. If I won the lottery tomorrow I’d travel the world, slowly, taking in all that it had to offer. Once you get the travel bug, nothing’s worse than those periods between trips. For me these periods can be lengthy, I’m talking years. The withdrawal is terrible, and it can be hard to see the light at the end ofRead More

Away with the fairies

September 29, 2017 Lifestyle

Have I ever told you that I believe in fairies? No? Not that I see them flying around, or that I expect to walk in on one taking a rest on my curtain pole. But the idea of fairies. The magical, otherwordly, ethereal feeling of fairies. It’s hard to explain. My first introduction to the fairy world was one I’ll never forget. My nan had a statue on her windowsill, sometimes she’d turn it to face inward and other timesRead More

‘Fall in love with taking care of yourself: Mind, Body and Spirit’

Arbonne Detox and Renew

What makes you feel good? Is it freshly painted nails? Fresh bedding? A large glass of your favourite wine? Or a combination of all three? The thing about what makes YOU feel good, is that it isn’t something I can teach you. I can’t tell you what makes you feel good, but I can tell you what makes ME feel good, and if you’re still finding out what it is that makes you feel like you’re taking care of you,Read More

My morning drink for de-bloating

My stomach and I have never really been friends. With a gluten and dairy intolerance and unpredictable IBS I seem to spend most of my life bloated and with some sort of discomfort. The few mornings that I wake up with a flat, non-distended stomach, feel like a blessing and I’m slowly finding ways to ensure that they come around a little more often. My most recent discovery is the benefit of drinking a warm brew of ginger and TurmericRead More

Primark and Tiger homeware haul!

August 14, 2017 Lifestyle
Homeware haul Primark And tiger

Ok, I’ll admit it, I used to be a bit judgemental of Primark. Obviously, it was all awful quality, trashy and so not my style, but over the years I’ve developed a new appreciation for the brand and have found some amazing pieces of clothing, jewellery and homeware that have lasted the test of time, and gained me a few compliments. Of course, for every hit, there’s also a miss in Primark, but it’s not too difficult to filter outRead 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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