Tom Walker caused a stir last year, with his distinct sound that had him dubbed by BBC Radio One as ‘One to watch’ this year. With his headline tour coming up this year and an album in the making, I caught up with the singer-songwriter from Scotland before his show at The Camden Assembly. Continue reading
Women (and men) love their creams, lotions and potions, declaring a range of life-changing results- tighter, clearer and more youthful skin or sky-high lashes. Many of us don’t bat an eyelid when it comes to where our cosmetics are produced- normally we just take notice of the effect that they will have on the way we look. After seeing a Peta campaign online that showed the results on animals used for testing, I decided that my cosmetic purchases needed to be more considered. Continue reading
New ITV drama ‘Tina and Bobby’ aired tonight, full of the swinging sixties- even a pair of Hairspray inspired patent knee highs made an appearance. The new series centres on Booby Moore, the famous English football player of the sixties and seventies, based on the book by Tina Moore titled, ‘Bobby Moore: By the person who knew him best’. Continue reading
It’s no secret that I have a lifelong love for rucksacks. The love affair started as a small child with a tiny yellow chick backpack. A large array of novelty rucksacks followed, including various Teletubies and Disney characters through to today where I predominantly depend upon my trusty Longchamp. Continue reading
On a quest to get fit fast? How does six hours of gym exercise done in 20 minutes sound?
Electrical muscle stimulation does just that, using impulses of electricity to cause the sensation of resistance to work the muscles much harder than traditional exercise.
I wanted to start this off by saying that I’m unapologetically a makeup lover. I’m sucked in along with everyone else by the adverts that promise supermodel cheekbones or ‘lashes you never knew you had’. And most of the time the effect is never quite as extreme as what is expected.