Apple Crumble – The Healthier Way

November 3, 2016 Recipe

At this beautiful autumnal time of year, nothing beats the smell of apples and cinnamon. Coming home to the countryside from London left me in no doubt that this was one of my favourite times of the year, as the train sped from city to open pasture I watched as the countryside seemed to change before my eyes into a red and golden paradise. Pulling up at my childhood home the first thing to greet me was my bouncing ball of tawnyRead More

LALALAB – A Review and How To

October 29, 2016 Review, Uncategorized

Earlier this year I became one of many to purchase an instant camera, specifically the Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 (review soon). They were everywhere! For the first time at festivals along with iPhones in the air, there was also the unmistakable click and whirr of the instant camera, taking Instagram to a whole new level. I love my instant camera but I didn’t love the cost of the film or my poor ability to capture a great shot. I’d say that aroundRead More

Pai Skincare – Review

October 12, 2016 Review

Skincare has been the bane of my existence from puberty onwards. Waking up one morning to a face full of spots and skin that couldn’t decide whether to flake off or become an oily mess meant that the days of bare faced goodness had gone. I have tried so many skincare brands from high street to high-end and always ended up back at square one. Although my skin has matured a little over the past 10 years and for theRead More

The Great British Summer

September 26, 2016 Uncategorized

We’re pretty hard on Summer here in England and I thought it about time to put foreword the 10 reasons why I love it, just the way it is. SURPRISE – Our Summer never lets us get bored of all that hot weather, she’s always on hand to sprinkle some entertainment or blow our socks off when we least expect it. CHARACTER BUILDING – My parents ensured that I got to go to the beach, even if it was raining…andRead More

Highgate Cemetery

September 20, 2016 Review

Otium, Otii –  At peace, leisure A little history:  The cemetery was initially established in 1839 by a private company as an answer to those seeking to bury their dead outside of church grounds and according to their own rites. To ensure that the upper classes were tempted away from the convenience of burying their loved ones at local churches the cemetery set out to be a place of architectural splendour and beauty.  However this profit making situation soon encountered aRead More

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I'm Sophia Whitham, a Classics graduate from Kings College London and currently embarking on a marketing and copywriting internship at 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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