Life & Travel

  • May 25, 2015

    It’s time to find your space!

    What do you do at lunchtime? Eat at your desk whilst catching up on emails? Or go out and grab a quick salad or sandwich from Pret before returning to the office so you get both lunch and fresh air? How about taking a half an hour walk and having lunch on a park bench? […]

  • May 25, 2015

    Why you can totally ignore this unrealistic infographic

    Take a long, hard look at this infographic. In fact no, scrap that, just glance at it.    Does it look strange to you? Do you see yourself in it? Or your friends? Or even your Facebook acquaintances? No? Us neither. When we first saw this we wondered who on earth these people were who […]

  • April 8, 2015

    We tell you why as a woman you need to vote

    Young women frequently cast their votes across social media platforms. Who is the best and worst dressed, which hairstyle do you prefer, which man is the hottie of the year- however, voting is not something we are not well acquainted with. So why do so many young women decline the chance to vote in the […]

  • April 6, 2015

    The voting option you might not know about

    We’re exactly 4 weeks away from the General Election and we wouldn’t be a great bunch of women unless we addressed the big question of politics. Because everything revolves around politics. Everything we do (shopping, eating, working) and everything we moan about (housing, petrol prices, jobs) is political and on the 7th of May we have […]

  • March 29, 2015

    TEDxTalks to make you think

    There’s no excuse for not watching TEDxTalks. Whether you’re a student or work full-time, you can definitely spare 10 minutes or so to be inspired. You can. I’ve watched a talk on the importance of exploring whilst washing up; Sheryl Sandberg when winding down; and an American ex-convict when cooking. That’s the thing about TEDxTalks, […]

  • March 16, 2015

    How to survive working abroad

    From jobs and friendships to routines, languages and even the climate, a lot of things change when you move abroad and with migration from the UK on the rise, how do people survive? The most challenging thing for me when I’ve worked abroad has been the homesickness. It usually strikes when I’ve been busy working, […]