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Pairfum – Natural, Organic Body Wash and Lotion – A Review

June 3, 2018 Review
Pairfum Organic body wash/lotion

Back in January, I made three new-years resolutions and I’m proud to say I’ve stuck to two of them (the first one has been a bit harder than I thought with a job in social media!). Eating the rainbow has been an easy recipe to follow and I enjoy nothing more than creating recipes with an abundance of colours knowing that they’re also full of an abundance of micro-nutrients. As a result of my new found love for plants andRead More

Fitness – 3 tricks for getting back on track

February 7, 2018 Health and Fitness

January already feels well behind us and those New Years resolutions seem a long time ago. If one of yours was to get fit in 2018 then by now the excitement of a new beginning is wearing off and the long slog continues. I completely fell off the fitness bandwagon when I graduated university, suddenly I had no on-site gym and a membership was well out of my price range. Alongside starting full-time work and the days seeming ever darkerRead More

One small change to completely change your morning

January 8, 2018 Health and Fitness, Lifestyle
Social media scrolling - wifi travel

On January 1st I woke up and for the first time in forever, I didn’t reach for my phone. I’ve made three slightly alternative new years resolutions this year that you can read about here, but the one that has made the biggest impact on my lifestyle already is to stop morning scrolling. I had got into the very detrimental habit of waking up and before I had even fully opened my eyes, reaching for my phone and opening social mediaRead More

My new years resolutions

January 6, 2018 Lifestyle
Happy new year - resolutions

New years resolutions. Do you make them? The new year is a great opportunity to feel as though you’re starting totally fresh. I’ve always made pretty standard new years resolutions, lose weight, start running, get fit etc. But this year I found myself drawn to more specific resolutions. Ones I feel I can actually keep and will easily become a part of my lifestyle. My first new year’s resolution was one I appropriated and adapted from Zanna Van Djik, theRead More

Staying healthy whilst working a 9-5

November 20, 2017 Health and Fitness, Lifestyle

Since starting a full-time job staying healthy has kind of taken a seat on the back burner. I completely took for granted the little gym in my student accommodation and didn’t realise how good I had it with 10 hours of lectures a week and a decent student budget. Now things have changed and I’ve noticed some of my healthy habits start to slip. Here are my 5 top tips to regaining control of your health when work has become yourRead More

The Summer Trend That I’ve Been Loving – Bardot

May 31, 2017 Lifestyle

I’ve never considered myself to be a fashionista, I’ll take comfy over stylish any day and look at some of the ‘fashion’ trends with a sense of bemusement (transparent plastic clothing I’m looking right at you!). The off the shoulder Bardot trend, however, is one that I have whole heartedly been adoring. Exposing the shoulders and collar bones adds instant femininity, highlighting the gentle contours of the upper body, often hidden under raised necklines and thick straps. Choosing a Bardot withRead More

Tribe – Box opening and Review

April 7, 2017 Health and Fitness

As someone who is dairy free I’ve really struggled to find protein powders that are both free from dairy AND stevia. ‘But what’s wrong with stevia?’ I hear you say, well for some reason my body doesn’t like it and I get the most horrendous headaches and then stomach pains. The majority of natural plant based protein powders out there use stevia as a sweetener as it is classed as a healthier alternative to sugar. Whilst searching for my mythicalRead More

An unexpected journey…

March 31, 2017 Health and Fitness

I’ve been putting off posting anything to do with my health and fitness journey because I’ve felt myself to be somehow ‘underqualified’. I am not a nutritionist, personal trainer or athlete and definitely don’t consider myself to be any sort of ‘goals’. But I do have a body, a brain and years of unhealthy relationships with food and exercise (much like many of my peers today) and so I figured it was time to speak up about it incase anyoneRead 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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