Archive for April 2012

We are all living in the environment that is becoming increasingly polluted, yet not many of us question the simplest things, like what is in the cleaning products that we use to spruce up our homes. When I was little … Read more

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This book has been eluding me since it was published last October, as first of all, it was available only on Amazon’s US site but they didn’t ship to the UK, then it was only available from a third party … Read more

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This book has been eluding me since it was published last October, as first of all, it was available only on Amazon’s US site but they didn’t ship to the UK, then it was only available from a third party … Read more

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If you fancy a bit of a change from your regular glossy, try The Gentelwoman, a bi-annual magazine. When I saw the recent spring/summer edition I wasn’t sure what attracted it to me first-it’s vivid pink cover border or the … Read more

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I don’t dislike Jennifer Lopez, but then I am not a huge fan either-I will listen to her on the radio but won’t go to her concert, that type of attitude. However, her recent interview in the American edition of Vogue really surprised … Read more

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This year Vogue UK hosted its first festival at Kensington Gore. It took part on April 20 & 21 and each day was divided into two sessions, morning and afternoon. Even though the announced programme was overwhelmingly interesting, I booked … Read more

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I really like perfume, but for me it’s not as much an obsession, as beauty products are. If anything, I tend to find the perfumes that suits me, my mood and personality and stick with it-at the moment I have five … Read more

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As I have past history with Great Ormond Street Hospital, a friend of mine told me about a programme on BBC1 that was shown at 7pm this Wednesday. In it, a journalist Tim Donovan looked into the accusations of bullying … Read more

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In a way our mothers and grandmothers lived a better life than we do-they might have had more hardships and inequality, there was definitely less choice and opportunities for them to express themselves, but theirs was a slower pace and … Read more

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I am very proud to say that I have joined forces with a wonderful site Positive Luxury, where my first piece of writing went up ‘live’ today. It talks about the delicacy of babies skin and safe and wonderful products to … Read more

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