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

The best of London…in Tenterden – Bluebell Coffee House

March 1, 2017 Lifestyle, Review

Having lived in London for the past three years, with a saturation of fabulous coffee shops, I usually find myself a bit disappointed with the countryside café scene. On my most recent visit back home, a chance visit to Tenterden resulted in the discovery of a café that felt like a home away from home. Bluebell Coffee House, nestled down Sayers Lane just off of the high street, has brought all the elegance and standards of the best London cafésRead More

Farm Girl Cafe – Healthy and Holistic – Portobello Road

January 28, 2017 Review

As January nears its end and the cold weather seems to set in for another week there’s no wonder that by now most people’s healthy resolutions begin to dissolve into their quinoa porridge. Determined to stick to it, for at least a little longer than a month, I resolved to find a few healthier lunch spots, allowing some sense of luxury whilst still feeling wonderfully guilt free. Now I don’t advocate unhealthy food guilt and if you want to eatRead More

Farmacy – Clean Eating in Notting Hill – A Review

January 22, 2017 Review

Farmacy, a clever play on words, amalgamating pharmacy and farm into a name that kind of portrays what they’re trying to do here. The first thing you’ll read on their website is a quote from Hippocrates: “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” A quick glance at the menu and you’ll see that healthy, nutritious cuisine is at the forefront of Farmacy’s agenda. Focusing on clean eating, vegetarian and vegan cuisine, free from dairy, refined sugars, additives, andRead More

The Fields Beneath – Cute Coffee Heaven in Kentish Town

January 11, 2017 Review

There’s something extremely exciting about finding a good coffee shop, it’s a bit like discovering a little hideaway, somewhere that you can retreat in order to relax, unwind and feel comforted. The Fields Beneath is a tiny, cutesy café nestled under the arches of Kentish Town West Station. Upon entering I was greeted like a long lost friend despite having never been there before and was immediately taken by the rustic, comfortable and eco vibe lit gently by the largeRead More

Cocoa or Cacao? Supercharge your Chocolate!

January 1, 2017 Review

  Firstly and foremost, Happy New Year! If like me, you have over indulged and enjoyed the Christmas period to the maximum, then you might be thinking about hitting the health train to get back on track with your health and fitness goals. Although I don’t necessarily believe in the whole ‘new year, new me’ resolutions I do see a new year as a chance for a clean start and an opportunity to try something new. One of the issuesRead More

Falling in love with the Lake District

November 29, 2016 Review
InnTravel - Slow holidays

Holidays for me have always been about going abroad, laying on a sun lounger and doing as little as possible. A little over a year ago my boyfriend and I took a gamble and booked our only holiday of the year in England, with the intention of getting a very different kind of relaxation. Living on the South coast of the UK meant an extremely long and tedious drive but at least it was done in good company. Looking back IRead More

No More Smudging! – L’Oréal Beauty Tubes Mascara

November 13, 2016 Review

It isn’t very often that I get this excited about a beauty product. I have suffered from smudgy mascara for as long as I’ve been wearing it. Following beauty guru’s advice, I have purchased countless mascaras from Rimmel to Dior all with the promise of being un-smudgeable whilst still providing length and volume. Each and every time I am let down with transfer from my lashes to my lids and a ‘panda effect’ beneath. I have actually never been brave enoughRead 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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