• Everyday Active-Wear

    Imagine the scene: you’ve got the day off, there are no gym classes you fancy and the day to yourself with a few errands to run. You’re thinking what do I wear that isn’t over the top neither is it ridiculously too chill? I’m not a huge fan of lounge wear; can’t think of anything

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  • Body Confidence

    Quite ironic really, I write a post all about body confidence, when my photographer was shooting only my top half isn’t it? I know, but I felt the natural and less quirky fashion poses suited this style of conversation. I’ll begin and let you do a photography analysis post reading this gem.  ‘I wouldn’t worry

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  • A Guide to the Gym

    As you’re all well aware I have been on a massive lifestyle overhaul the last 2 years. I went from doing as little exercise as possible; considering walking around the University campus and walking canines as enough exercise. This is enough exercise if you are exercising elsewhere and also eating healthy. I was also eating

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  • Mind & Body

    *This post is in collaboration with Reynolds Fitness, all opinions and views are my own* As you must all, be well aware it’s currently Mental Health Awareness Week/Month. Mental health is a topic close to my heart because I suffered with anxiety quite badly back in 2009. A part of my life that I have

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  • Coordinating Gym Wear

       The gym is probably the last place you would even think about being fashionable. Why? Possibly because none of us want to look our best at any stage of arriving or leaving a gym because we’re going to feel our worst whilst in the clothing. Yet I feel that if I am wearing some

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  • Gluten Free Chicken & Vegetable Stir Fry

    Last year I ran a series on the cornerstone about gluten free meals that I cook on a regular basis and it ran quite well and since then I have developed a skill at making stir fries eatable for us ‘gluten free’s’. I am not against anyone who doesn’t have an allergy to gluten from

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  • Finding that Fitness Class

    In the last few years fitness classes have become much more available to us whether we are gym members or not. This I think has meant that we can always find a class for us regardless of our fitness abilities. Whether you want to dance your way to that dress you’re eyeing up or squat

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  • How to Have A Relationship with Fitness

    If somebody had said to me about 5 years ago when I was 15 that at the age of 20 and nearing on 21 that I would find myself in love with going to fitness classes I would have slapped them or told them to shut the front door. Simply because for most of my

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  • August Favourites

    The favourite month of students, parents and school children is about to come to an end bringing with it new stationary and new uniforms ready for the new term. However for us bloggers its another month of sharing with our lovely readers what we have enjoyed using, wearing, watching and viewing in the month of

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