Glastonbury 2017: What to pack? The festival essentials

It’s festival season and the only festival I ever attend is Glastonbury. This is my seventh year and hopefully not my last. So, before I head off, here’s my list of essentials: A tent Let’s start with the obvious. You’ll need somewhere to sleep… To be honest, I’m still not sure how to put tents …

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The importance of positivity: brighten up your home with pretty prints

We all know how annoying it is to be in a foul mood and for somebody to give the well-meaning advice: “stay positive”,”cheer up”, “it’ll all be okay in the end”. And we all know how it feels to be stuck in a rut. A day where nothing works out: you make a mistake at …

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Champagne Afternoon Tea in London – Amba Hotel Charing Cross

If you’re stuck for something to do on a weekend, an Afternoon Tea in the centre of London is the perfect way to spend your time. Amba Hotel Charing Cross sits among the hustle and bustle of Trafalgar Square and The National Gallery but is peacefully quiet. You can get a little lost on your …

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Cutting the caffeine and discovering decaf – how to drink great coffee, without the buzz

You never realise you’re an addict until you try to give up. My realisation came during a night shift. I work 10pm till 9am, and it was around 5am when a colleague offered me a cup of coffee. I looked around my desk and there were already seven mugs piled up… So, I reluctantly declined …

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