The Adventures of Graduate Life: Holding My Space

Presenting to an audience is always hard, but I recently learnt how to do it better, so here’s a few things I learned…

My Pole Journey: Chapter 3

Pole fitness is pretty hard work. The most difficult move that I’ve accomplished, so far, is a layback. Now, it sounds pretty simple; just lie vertically against the pole and hope that gravity doesn’t catch you out, right? Yeah, okay, it doesn’t sound easy, and for good reason – it isn’t. Pole has always trained…

NY Fold: Pizzas Made of Gold

The most irritating answer to the question “what do you want to eat?” is “I don’t mind”. It’s non-committal. It’s indecisive. It’s weak. And it’s exactly the answer my sister gave when we were on our way to the London Coliseum last Winter. Fortunately, tucked behind Tottenham Court Road station was a jewel: NY Fold….

Trending Now: Ombré Lips

Ombré fashion has been taking over the beauty scene for quite some time, and Smashbox’s Be Legendary Triple Tone Lipsticks help achieve an ombré lip look in one fell swoop.

My Pole Journey: Chapter 2

I touched the ceiling today! And it wasn’t a low ceiling. I’m talking about a good old Victorian ceiling, at least a 12 foot climb, probably more. And I learnt something; I am strong as heck. Pole is all about endurance and strength, and the technique to climb is one that I’ve had trouble getting…

Thought of the Day: Resolutions

It’s mid-January and most people will have broken their New Years Resolutions by now. Not because they want to. Not because they’re weak. But because they made unrealistic promises. So many people decide to eat healthy, go to the gym, or otherwise better themselves, but it’s always on such a huge scale that they’re practically…

A Countryside Adventure: How change can change everything

I’m from London. I’ve lived in cities and suburbs my whole life and the countryside is, well, a culture shock. Not just because the air is clean (oh my goodness I can actually breathe). Nor because of the sheep giving me my wake up call (6am they start baaing. So inconsiderate). The countryside is, quite…

The Adventures of Graduate Life: Interviews

Having been on at least a hundred interviews since graduating (okay, that might be a slight exaggeration, but it was definitely a lot!) I am somewhat an expert in interview techniques. Even more so because one of those interviews actually landed me a job. So, here are my Top Tips for interviews!   Don’t schedule…