Coming down gently: Weekend trips to tide you over between holidays

October 20, 2017 Lifestyle, Travel

I love travelling. That adrenaline as you land, the smell of a different city and the tastes of a new cuisine. If I won the lottery tomorrow I’d travel the world, slowly, taking in all that it had to offer. Once you get the travel bug, nothing’s worse than those periods between trips. For me these periods can be lengthy, I’m talking years. The withdrawal is terrible, and it can be hard to see the light at the end ofRead More

Experience These 3 Wonderful Winter Cities in Europe

October 19, 2017 Travel

Winter is a long and dark time, so we’ve enjoyed sprucing it up a bit with festive lights and delicious treats since the dawn of time. They still call Christmas Jul in Scandinavia, a term that’s been with them ever since the old Norse traditions and Yule celebrations, predating the Christian festivities by thousands of years. Some countries are just bit better at decorating their streets and small towns during these darkest months. The wonders of winter shine even brighterRead More

The fitness benefits of improving your range of motion

October 13, 2017 Health and Fitness

Your range of motion is basically a term referring to how well you can move a particular part of your body. For example, if you have a good range of motion in your shoulders, you’ll be able to fully extend them above your head and externally/internally rotate them too.   If you want to achieve your fitness goals, you need to focus on improving your range of motion. Why? Because it will benefit you in multiple ways. For one, increasedRead More

Have a festive fiesta in Spain this winter

October 13, 2017 Travel

It’s starting to get pretty chilly, which for me is the cue to get excited for Christmas! However, for anyone who doesn’t like the cold weather, it’s the beginning of a long and dark period of the year. A bit of winter sun could be exactly what the doctor ordered, whether you take a solo trip or go on a family holiday. For us Brits, Spain is one of the closest destinations to soak up that winter sun. It offersRead More

Tips for surviving group holidays

October 3, 2017 Travel

Making memories and travelling with those close to you is a wonderful way to see the world. I’ve travelled with friends and with family and have definitely found travelling with friends to be the harder option. Travelling in a group does have its benefits though, there are more people to take pictures, you can split the costs, and you can encourage each other to step out of your comfort zone. But sometimes tensions can build and you don’t want toRead More

Away with the fairies

September 29, 2017 Lifestyle

Have I ever told you that I believe in fairies? No? Not that I see them flying around, or that I expect to walk in on one taking a rest on my curtain pole. But the idea of fairies. The magical, otherwordly, ethereal feeling of fairies. It’s hard to explain. My first introduction to the fairy world was one I’ll never forget. My nan had a statue on her windowsill, sometimes she’d turn it to face inward and other timesRead More

Enjoying yourself in Ireland

September 27, 2017 Travel

You don’t always have to pay thousands of pounds and travel half-way around the world to have an exciting holiday experience. Ireland is the perfect example of a place that is nearby and has so much to offer that you’re never in danger of being bored, disappointed or underwhelmed, which is more than can be said for some international destinations! If you decide to take a trip to Ireland anytime in the near future, here are some things you absolutelyRead More

Does your immune system hold the key to your illnesses?

September 26, 2017 Health and Fitness

The one thing we don’t often think about when trying to get better is to treat the source of the illness; instead, we tend to treat the symptoms . Does it not seem obvious to treat the underlying cause? Additionally, we don’t consider the effect our immune system can have on our overall health, from our skin to our tolerance of certain foods, or even our moods! So what can we do to improve our immune system? Have a lookRead 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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