As much as I love a good British summer it is often plagued by a hazy pollen filled cloud for me. Since the age of around eight the summer months have meant puffy eyes, an unbearably itchy throat and a streaming nose.
I first met Rosie Birkett when we worked together on a shoot where she was doing a collaboration with M&S. I had the pleasure of doing her makeup, as well as the pleasure of spending the whole day sampling all of her delicious recipes - tough job!
We all have a favourite face cream or treatment, whilst this is a great start, it has to be said that beautiful skin starts from the inside. Older cells are constantly shed and replaced by younger ones and a steady supply of nutrients is essential to help their growth.
The amazing healing properties of herbs are well-known and I’m a big fan of brewing up a daily mug of herbal tea to get those benefits in a simple, safe and effective way which is always a welcomed alternative to pharmaceuticals. Tea, essentially an infusion of herbs and spices, is not only a way
We all know that ‘morning after the night before’ when you've suddenly forgotten you’re a grown up and your hangover will definitely let you know that you’re not 18 any more. Well unfortunately for me I don’t think I’ll ever get rid of that child spirit,
This just happens to be one of my favourite subjects in life. I’m very good at sleep deprivation but I also love a good night's sleep and I get pretty obsessed if I’m not getting enough shut eye. Unfortunately, when I have a 'busy head' or as my mother has often said, “over tired,” I really struggle with a good night's sleep.
Now it has to be said that acne isn't fun on any level. It’s pretty cruel when you’re a teenager. Yet it seems even more unfair as an adult when you have new wrinkles to deal with. Well that was me. I hit 35 and I had new friends on my jawline and neck.
I hope I’ve managed to keep your attention past the heading. I know all the faddy diet talks can be a little tiring and overwhelming. But this is interesting, promise! Two years ago I went to the doctors after being ill for months.
Exercising always felt like a chore. I could never work out why I didn’t get excited about it like some people, my tactics to avoid it were pretty impressive. Now I finally get it, you just have to find out what makes you tick. I was first introduced to Pilates by an Osteopath, after having a few back problems - a perk of my job.
I’ve been hearing about homemade raw energy bars for a while now and really wanted to try them. So as Soheil is in the final stages of Marathon training and eating us out of house and home I thought it was the perfect time to put the Nutribullet to the test!