Review

The Vaccines – Alexandra Palace 2018 – A review

April 15, 2018 Favourites, Review
The Vaccines 2018

A hoarse throat and a slightly tender head, the telltale signs of a fantastic evening singing away at the top of your lungs to song after song by your favourite band. As the final performance of the Vaccines tour supported by Dream Wife and Whenyoung, it was bound to be an energetic and electric show. I’ve been a fan of the Vaccines from their very beginning and it only took a single note signalling the start of Wetsuit to send theRead More

Beautiful lingerie for bigger busts

March 28, 2018 Favourites, Lifestyle, Review
Lingerie for fuller busts

The female form is beautiful, coming in all shapes and sizes and it seems that finally brands are taking note and building lingerie to suit a wider variety of female bodies. Now I can’t speak for anyone else’s body shape but I have definitely struggled to shop for mine. At 5ft9 with a smaller waist but big bust and hips I very quickly found myself struggling to find lingerie, with many brands not going beyond a DD cup or onlyRead More

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

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

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

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 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

Niche Gluten Free Dining in London – A Review

July 24, 2017 Lifestyle, Review
Niche London Gluten Free

When I found out that I had an intolerance to gluten and an allergy to dairy, my restaurant options dropped to a measly handful. Of those remaining, I got used to having plain side dishes, and a very limited selection of menu options, as well as the ‘oh a fussy one’ look from waiters. When I moved to London a whole new world of dining opened up to me, restaurants knew what gluten was, they had menus with allergens printedRead 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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