Christmas Gift Guide: For Her

It is a universally known fact that buying for women is notoriously hard. With just over two weeks until the big day, many of us are browsing shops and online outlets in sheer panic, in search of the perfect presents to gift the ladies in our lives. Buying presents isn’t easy – we all need […]

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Sunday Brunchin’

It’s Sunday and what does that mean? It’s time for Sunday brunchin’.  As we all know, Sunday’s are for doing absolutely nothing. A time to eat all the food in the house (and later feel guilty), watch all the chick flick films available on Netflix, and relaxing in general. It’s a ritual in my house that […]

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10 Shades of RED

RED ALERT… The fiery shade, in a plethora of hues, dominated the autumn/winter 2017 shows earlier this year, with brands such as Givenchy, Preen and Max Mara sending head-to-toe burgundy, wine and cerise looks down the runway. From tracksuits to coats, oversized knits and accessories – if there’s one colour to be seen in this […]

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#StressAwarenessDay

1st November 2017 – Stress Awareness Day National Stress Awareness Day falls on the first Wednesday in November each year, and is a highly important date in the calendar. We all know what it’s like to feel stressed – being under pressure is a normal part of day to day life. Sadly, stress is often […]

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Autumn Trends

Crisp cold mornings and the the relaxing crunch of leaves beneath my feet means only one thing – autumn is here. Throughout the autumn/winter period, you will mostly find me rummaging through clothes rails on the hunt for cosy jumpers, searching for my 87th turtle neck top, and coats of various shapes and colour to […]

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Suicide the biggest killer at Uni last year

Mental health is a serious problem, and is not something that can be ignored. The number of people in the UK suffering from a mental health problem is on the rise. According to mental health charities, such as MIND, approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year. This statistic […]

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More should be done to help students with mental health problems at Uni

With over half a million people preparing to make the daunting transition to university life over the coming weeks, prospective students will be full of excitement, however for some it is a nerve-wracking time. With the cost of university fees and increasingly competitive job markets today, students are under immense pressure to succeed – now […]

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