Life & Travel

  • November 5, 2015

    Keep calm and plan your wedding part 2: A busy woman’s guide to wedding planning

    Planning a wedding is brilliant and exciting but it’s also overwhelming; another thing to do in a world where we’re already spinning too many plates and are expected to spin them all well. But wedding planning is also one of the most important plates you’ll ever spin, because you’ll only ever do it once (that’s […]

  • November 3, 2015

    Join our Girls Talk London squad!!!

    Become a Girls Talk London Ambassador Are you a savvy social media expert and self-confessed snapchat, twitter or Instagram addict? Are you a fashionista and trendsetter? An aspiring marketing girl boss? Want to gain work experience and build your CV for a better chance in landing your dream job? Girls Talk London is looking for […]

  • October 27, 2015

    How to check your breasts in 3 simple steps

    In the fourth and final part of our cancer awareness series, we’re focusing on the most important aspect – you – and how you can look after yourself by checking and noticing any changes to your body. Yes, you may have read this before, but read it again. And again. Then share it with your family, […]

  • October 23, 2015

    The cancer charities you should know about: Part 3

    In the third part of our series on cancer charities you should know more about, we look at Mummy’s Star. It’s hard work becoming a mother – the sleepless nights, the worries, the changes in your body – and fighting cancer is even harder, requiring every bit of strength you, and those around you, have. So […]

  • October 20, 2015

    Why comparing yourself is a waste of time (and what to do instead)

    It’s no secret that a lot of the time we spend online is spent looking at what other people are doing. And the majority of us have gone one step further, too. Hands up if you’ve ever trawled the internet worrying about how you compare to one or all of the following: People you went […]

  • October 15, 2015

    The cancer charities you should know about: Part 2

    In the second part of our series casting light on the cancer charities and organisations you’ve probably never heard of, we sit down with Modern Communications, the people behind #BeautyAndTheBreast, a new campaign encouraging all women to get into the routine of checking their breasts for signs of breast cancer. This campaign also targets young ethnic minority women between […]