Lifestyle

Worlds Apart – From Countryside to Camden

April 28, 2017 Lifestyle, Travel

Living in London has opened up a whole new world to me, a world of endless exploration, culture and life. I have long loved my home in the country surrounded by rolling fields, sheep and winding lanes but as I’ve grown I have felt a longing for something more, something new and exciting. I’ve been fortunate enough to live in a beautiful part of North London, just a stop on the tube away from the vibrant Camden Town. Worlds apart fromRead More

Getting into Running – By someone who struggles with it

April 24, 2017 Health and Fitness, Lifestyle

I’ve always envied the runner, breezing past me on a packed London pavement, their rucksack bouncing upon their back, breath heavy, lycra sweaty. What an exhilarating way to travel, to see the world and not to mention keep the heart healthy. In comparison I’ve always felt somewhat heavy like my legs don’t move in that way, my lungs burn after only the shortest of distance and I’m left gasping, cursing my long stubborn limbs, convinced I’m just not the body typeRead More

The Romantic Embrace of Scotney Castle

April 19, 2017 Lifestyle

I wouldn’t say that I’m your traditional twenty-something student, I’ve never found night clubs entertaining, can think of nothing worse than drinking myself paralytic on a weekly basis and just don’t seem to fit the party animal stereotype that so often describes my generation. Instead, of an evening, you’ll find me baking with a glass of red in hand or enjoying an early night snuggled in a bed full of pillows. For days out I’m bowled over by beautiful gardens,Read More

A Girl who’s going places – How I care for my car

April 13, 2017 Lifestyle

I still remember the feeling of getting my first car, a little old Ford KA, I sat in it playing CD’s, pretending to be cruising down our winding country lanes with my window down and hair blowing in the wind. A fair few years have passed since then and I’ve learnt a lot of lessons along the way, one of the most important ones was taught to me by my dad, the day I passed my test. Before he’d letRead More

A Cliff top stroll in the sun

April 10, 2017 Lifestyle

There’s something about the sea, the raw power of it, the way the waves break against the shore and the sun reflects off of the oscillating surface. I fall in love with it again and again and I think that I will do forever. As April had brought with it the warming rays of the sun there was no better place for a Sunday walk than the cliffs in Eastbourne. Parking my car at the base of the hill I hikedRead More

Mini Lush Easter Haul 2017

April 5, 2017 Lifestyle, Review

I love a bath. Like, really love a bath so whenever lush has a new seasonal range I do my little happy dance and head on down for a bit of retail therapy. I’m fortunate enough to have the Oxford Street store as my local, and as soon as I step through those heavenly scented doors I’m like a kid in a candy shop. I could have done some serious damage but decided to restrain myself to four products andRead More

How much is your makeup worth?

April 3, 2017 Lifestyle

I’ve seen several bloggers do these over the past week and figured it would be interesting to see what mine totals up to. My makeup bag has slowly become more minimalist and much, much, more conservative. If I had done this calculation a few years ago there would have been brands such as Dior, Chanel and By Terry pushing the price right up. But hey, I’m a student and have been for three years, I’ve prioritised my money and makeupRead More

To Mum, thank you

March 26, 2017 Lifestyle

Today is mothers day, a day to take a moment and be thankful for all of the things that our mothers do, and have done, for us over the years. It has become a very commercialised day, the shops go into pink overload, flowers overflowing and chocolates stacked high but underneath this highly stylised image of motherhood, there still remains the original intentions of the day. A chance to say thank you. So thank you mum, for putting your career on hold,Read 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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