Life & Travel

  • September 8, 2015

    The Companion you need to download

    You know the situation – walking home at night, whether it’s from the pub or just the short distance from the bus stop – and you know the feeling – a heightened sense of awareness that it’s dark, it’s quiet and you’re walking along on your own. There are several things you might do; phone […]

  • September 6, 2015

    The trip of a lifetime: Croatia

    It is now over a week since the Girls Talk London Sessions crew spent a week with luxury travel agency Cro Exclusive touring this beautiful country and sampling some of their luxury packages and accommodations. We also went to film their promotional video which will be coming out in February 2016 so watch this space! […]

  • September 3, 2015

    Why you should rebuff the rebound

    When Nicole Scherzinger and Lewis Hamilton broke up, no-one could have guessed what was to happen next. Mere weeks later, magazines and websites were reporting that both were in new relationships; Hamilton with Rhianna and Scherzinger with Ed Sheeran. But despite the seemingly surprisingly coupling of the latter, the speed at which it happened has highlighted, once […]

  • September 2, 2015

    Using fear to make you brilliant

    Fear is one of those things that we need, it’s built into us for a very good reason and we can feel safe knowing that it will alert us to dangers; but what about when we react to danger when there is none? When danger is just a figment of our imaginations but our fear pops […]

  • August 25, 2015

    How professional is your social media profile?

    Social media is an unavoidable part of our lives and even the most hard-working and focused woman will admit to having had a longer-than-planned check of Facebook at one time or another. We all the know those certain people we have on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc as well. There’s always a serial selfie-taker, an overtly […]

  • August 20, 2015

    London’s best brunches

    Ahh brunch. Before Carrie and co came along it was just a fry up cooked by your Mum just before noon which meant you’d all be happy – she’d only have to cook two meals that day instead of three and it happened so rarely that you found it a novelty. But then four girls […]