Comfortable in My Skin: Skincare, Make-Up and Confidence

In the past two years, my skin has been dealing major blows to my confidence. This post is  about what being comfortable in my skin means. It deals with acne, self-confidence, skincare and make-up and how caring a little more has given me a lot back. Good Skin Up until about two years ago, I … More Comfortable in My Skin: Skincare, Make-Up and Confidence

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Hot yoga mornings at KXU in Chelsea with Esquared Fitness

On a very stressful week filled with deadlines, the news that I am going to perform in my first competition and lectures to plan, I dropped everything and went to do hot yoga in the beautiful KXU studio just off Sloane Square. How? Thanks to my new partnership with the Esquared Fitness app – read on to … More Hot yoga mornings at KXU in Chelsea with Esquared Fitness

Twerkology Nation: empowering women through twerk

For today’s post I decided to interview Chanelle Hall, founder of Twerkology Nation, a London-based twerk class that empowers women through dance.  Twerk is one of those things people have an opinion on. In my case, I never thought I could do it, or that it would me my ‘thing’ as a white metalhead who … More Twerkology Nation: empowering women through twerk

Meet Valerie Wyndham: wrestling presenter, actor, model and blogger

Last week at the first London Blogging Event I had the opportunity to learn from a variety of different successful bloggers. One of them particularly caught my eye because of her drive and her fascinating story: Valerie Wyndham, wrestling presenter, actor, model and blogger. Although I normally interviewed dancers and performers, I wanted to share … More Meet Valerie Wyndham: wrestling presenter, actor, model and blogger

10 London Meals Under A Tenner

Whether you’re travelling or you’re a full-time Londoner, there’s no point in sugar coating it: London is bloody expensive. Unfortunately for your pockets (but luckily for your Instagram), it’s also one of the best cities in the world in terms of eating out. So how do you reconcile the two? Simples: by trying one of … More 10 London Meals Under A Tenner

Why dancing is great for you: interview with dancer and dance therapist Elisa Pittella

You all know I’ve been banging on about the physical and mental benefits of dancing, but I’ve been talking about my own experience – and that could just be me being crazy. So I spoke to Elisa Pittella, dancer, instructor and dance movement therapy facilitator (and also a documentary style family photographer) to give you a … More Why dancing is great for you: interview with dancer and dance therapist Elisa Pittella

Exploring The Vatican

My mum is from Rome. My grandparents are from Rome. I am Italian. And in 25 years I had never seen the Sistine Chapel. #fail – Time to change that! Here’s my itinerary for a quick day in Rome exploring the Vatican, visiting the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and shopping in Italy’s top department … More Exploring The Vatican

A criminology student’s view on consent and lack of empathy

I went on Facebook, shared an article about the Aziz Ansari case and it all turned into a very interesting social experiment of two groups of people talking to each other without listening. In the wake of the Time’s Up and #metoo campaigns, I thought I could add my view (that of a criminology student, … More A criminology student’s view on consent and lack of empathy