I spotted this book on a walk round Waterstones, and having found the BBC documentary, filmed at the same period this diary was written, a little awkward to watch in places, I was interested to hear it from the side of Vogue’s editor for the past 25 years.
Anyone who watched the 90’s classic film ‘Clueless’ will have wanted a computerised wardrobe to help pick out their outfit for the day – without the hassle of trying on every item in said wardrobe. Continue reading “#CherWears – Making 90’s Fashion Dreams A Reality”
After having a bit of a tough time recently I stumbled upon Matt Haig’s book, and read it in 2 days.
So last year my New Year’s resolution was to run, due to me crazily signing up for Tough Mudder, due to being ill this year’s resolution needed to be something a bit more sedate!
After illness and a spell in hospital meant a prolonged absence from work and therefore no money to splash on Christmas gifts this year, an article in the Observer about homemade Christmas gifts caught my eye.
After seeing the author of Sleep, Nick Littlehales, on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch show, and suffering from poor sleep patterns for a while, as well as a large amount of caffeine to get me through my day, I ordered his book straight away.
As a long time lover of all things New York i’m always interested in learning about different places and people, hearing about the city from their point of view.
I was interested to see the new promotion on the side of my bottle of coke, whereby I can donate a meal to someone in need simply by uploading a photo of the FareShare logo on the side of the bottle to the cocacola.co.uk/dontate website. Continue reading “Coca Cola Ethical Christmas – Feeding Those In Need”
I’ve been using my Audible subscription to listen books that I wouldn’t normally choose to read, in the car or on the treadmill, and the memoir of Yeonmi Park’s life so far was definitely like nothing i’ve read before. Continue reading “Reading List // In Order To Live – Yeonmi Park”
A lot of big companies are getting behind the NHS Give Blood Missing Type campaign, to highlight the importance of giving blood.
Around the world, As, Bs and Os are disappearing. This year blood donor organisations from 21 countries – covering 1 billion people – are coming together for our Missing Type campaign. We are asking everyone to ‘drop’ the letters of the main blood groups to show support for blood donation and register to give blood.