Festival camping for those who like a little luxury

April 28, 2018 Lifestyle, Travel

I’ll confess, I don’t enjoy camping. Not because I fear the outdoors or getting my hands a little dirty but because a good nights sleep is so important to me and past camping experiences have left me with a crooked back and cranky hangover. People approach festivals in two very different ways, which I think myself and a friend of mine sum up pretty well. N would buy the cheapest tent from Tesco and use his rucksack as a pillow, fallingRead More

How to save money on a weekend get-away

April 19, 2018 Travel
Weekend away

There’s no better sense of anticipation than working the week knowing that come Friday night you’ll be off on an adventure. Weekend getaways are for many of us the only way that we get to travel a diverse range of destinations. The weekend is a great time to explore locations that are a little closer to home without eating into your very limited holiday allowance. Although a great use of your free time, jetting off at the weekend can beRead More

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

Harmonics in Space – True Zen in London

March 29, 2018 Favourites, Lifestyle, Travel
Now Exhibition London

I vow to always be 100% truthful with my readers. So I best disclose that I’m writing this after a few more than a couple of G&T’s. Why? Because it’s Friday and I’ve just smashed another week of adulthood. (Editors note, it was when this post was scheduled)   You may be wondering how my alcohol consumption and Friday feeling have anything to do with this post. Well, I can tell you now it has everything to do with this post because withoutRead 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

Yuzu and Honey Hot Cross Buns – A Recipe

March 26, 2018 Recipe
Yuzu hot cross buns recipe gluten-free

Whenever hot cross buns appear on the bakery shelves I know that Easter is not far away. These delicious spiced, sweet buns have always been a childhood favourite of mine, served warm with a very generous layer of butter. As with most breads they’re a labour of love and require time to prove and develop their flavours, make sure you set aside an afternoon, pour yourself a glass of wine and enjoy making this traditional Easter treat slowly. I usedRead More

My top tips for contact lens wearers

March 25, 2018 Health and Fitness
Feel good contacts - tips for lens wearers

The day I got my first pair of glasses was magical. Although I desperately don’t want to reference Twilight here the book does describe the feeling of new sight so well when Bella first transitions to becoming a vampire and sees so clearly for the first time (Watch it here, skip to 3 minutes in). That’s how it felt to me, I was born again into a whole new world as if for the first time. That may sound veryRead More

My promise to the planet

March 23, 2018 Lifestyle
Earth Hour - my promise

For this year’s earth hour I am making a promise to the planet. A promise to use less plastic and find re-usable alternatives to common plastic products. By 2050 there could be more plastic in the sea than fish! Even time I visit my home-town seaside I see the effects of this first hand, from fishing wire to sweet wrappers, plastic bottles and tampon applicators these things litter our beaches and that’s just the stuff we see. Using less plastic seemsRead 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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