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Confidence is about action, taking control! It’s not the absence of fear– it’s really about taking action regardless of how you might be feeling.

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We all have things that pull our minds in several directions–family, work, social life, relationships, finances. This can become overwhelming, as thoughts about these things clutter our mind space.

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Life is constant growth. We have to be able perform, keeping our life on schedule, keep commitment and promises and meeting deadlines are essential to success. Who wants a life that is controlled by someone else or even our own emotions. Continue reading



The party season is fast approaching… and we are on the hunt for statement pieces, that inspire glamour and style.

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Have you ever wondered what the words ‘ghosting’, ‘benching’ and ’zombieing’ mean? Well lately, I have… Yes, it’s modern-day lingo for when the guy disappears. Let us delve a bit deeper.

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The Universe Has Your Back by Gabrielle Bernstein

In her new book, New York Times best-selling author Gabrielle Bernstein encourages you to let go of the oppressive need for control and embrace freedom and uncertainty in your career and wider life. This shift from fear to faith is about taking power back from a world that makes you feel powerless. Continue reading


Can you believe we are half way into February already! As I look back, I feel this has been an exciting year for us. Cai is successfully completed year 7 and had an amazing start for year 8. I’ve landed an amazing job that is challenging me in ways that will propel me to the next stage in my career. We have moved into a lovely flat that we both love and enjoy coming home to. Continue reading


Apart from the usual heels, midi skirts and tailored trousers we wear to work, they are not aways comfortable. Realistically, when wear heels to work my feet are killing me by 3pm and I am effing and blinding by 5pm. Between my moring commuite — which sometime see me walking to the train station due the the terrific traffic build up, running over two floors for meetings, sometimes I just want that weekend comfort with oversize jumper, sneakers, baggie jeans and big coat.

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HAPPY 2017!!!


So we are are now 2 days into 2017. And what a year 2016 has been!

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Well, well, it looks like the next few days will feel like the summer we’ve been wishing for! This morning I stood in front of my clothing rail aimlessly wondering what the heck I’m going to wear. So I threw on my polka dot skirt and a Saint Tropez fine crocheted,lightweight top ( the lightest top I own!) Below are some How To’s…..

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This morning I woke up and made myself a smoothie with all the berries I had in the fridge (blueberries, strawberries and raspberries) and honestly it tasted so damn good! It got me thinking about …




Loving this effortless after-dark style is a body for those warm summer nights. Who would have thought this sexy go-to piece from the ‘90s would make a come back! 🙂

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Make these small, simple changes to your normal habits and feel energised to do more every day. Snack well Nibbling on dried fruit, nuts or berries through the day will help even out the highs and …


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TUESDAY 28TH JUNE LOVE YOUR GARDEN / ITV LONDON, 8PM Alan Titchmarsh and the team head to Hull to transform the garden of a 90-year-old land girl and ballroom dancing devotee. Frailty has seen the …

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To be honest, I really love Zucchini  / courgette. You can eat it so many ways! grilled, steamed,make noodles and pasta!

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At the heart of this quote, you will find that regardless of what is currently happening in your life, the way you perceive your life is what makes you happy or unhappy. If negative assumptions or …



If you’re health conscious, but still want that treat now and then, this recipe is for you. Gooey, gorgeous fudgy brownies you can make at home to satisfy those cravings.



STEP 1: Take a glass jar or a bowl and add a serving of old fashioned rolled oats (basic porridge oats work a treat too). Fill the glass as much as you think you’ll be able to eat the next morning.…



The upbeat hosts (Karen and Katrina) aim to help you earn the perfect beach body. They are bursting with  positive attitudes with a motto: “share, love, inspire, sweat!” They offer…

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If you’re like me your closet is one place you visit every single day, so whether it’s tiny or palatial, you should take pride in it!  The past few days I’ve been dreaming of organising…


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Be among the first to see the new Tate Modern and join our three-day celebration showcasing the very best of Tate; all for free and open to everyone. DATES 17–19 June 2016 at 10.00–22.00 Visit:  Ta… Continue reading


OK, so if you’re like me and you have a tween (my son is 12) you’re currently feeling that you are losing your cute, boisterous, energetic child, who use to love climbing into your bed …



A quarter of the world’s population cares a lot about the Chinese zodiac. Even if you don’t believe in it, you’d be wise to know how it works, says technologist and entrepreneur ShaoLan Hseuh. In this fun, informative talk, ShaoLan shares some tips for understanding the ancient tradition and describes how it’s believed to influence your personality, career, marriage prospects and how you’ll do in a given year. What does your sign say about you?

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White cotton dress are  the best thing is the summer. It brings a sense of ahhh, summer has finally arrived. But for me I find that I can only bring myself to wearing a white dress when it’s really hot and the sun is beaming down on you with all its wonderful golden rays. Continue reading



ArcelorMittal Orbit Slide, Stratford

The UK’s tallest sculpture, the ArcelorMittal Orbit in the heart of the 2012 Olympic Park, has quickly become one of the most recognised features on the London skyline. Designed by Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond, from 24th June you’ll be able to descend it via the world’s highest and longest tunnel slide, formed of loops and curves. Only for the brave.

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pediSandal season seem to have arrived in London Town! And we definitely do not want to strut around  feeling self-conscious showing off our heels and toes. Getting someone else to do our pedicures are always treat, but sometimes time and budget constraints can make  it hard to keep up.  I certainly  DIM (Do It Myself) in the comfort of my own home to keep my  feet prepped and polished in all their summer-loving glory 🙂 Click on for more… Continue reading

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Fuelled by a boom in oil, gas and telecoms, Nigeria is now Africa’s largest economy. With a new wave of super-rich moving in to London’s poshest neighbourhoods, this documentary follows the lives of wealthy young Nigerians as they live what’s dubbed `the shuttle life’ between Lagos and London.

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Some of us dabble in the art of mixing prints and some of us avoid it completely. The sunny season calls for experimenting with bright wares in playful, punchy hues. The secret to pulling off the look lies in the careful combination of prints that look complementary when set against one another. Unsure where to start? Here, our tips on how to master this tricky trend through three distinct outfits.

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The Avocado


So, I really really love avocado. When I was growing up in Grenada we had an avocado tree (pear tree in the yard and I took this super food for granted for so many years.

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Upgrade your crop top with striped high-waisted trousers.

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Almonds are high in potassium and B vitamins, which help our nervous systems to relax (super-sleep snack tip) Spread some almond butter on toast with banana slices (another sleep all-star)

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Throwbacks are the name of the game this spring. It can be high-rise, wide-leg or artfully embroidered, there’s a resurgent style sure to suit your taste and shape.

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Today, the Queen will celebrate her 90th birthday, making her the UK’s first-ever nonagenarian monarch. While today is her official birthday, the main focus of the celebrations will be held on her state birthday in June – a tradition started by George II in 1748; born in November, he felt the weather would be too cold at that time of year for his annual birthday parade so instead combined the celebrations with the annual spring military parade known as Trooping the Colour. This year, the event will take place on 11th June, the day after the Duke of Edinburgh’s 95th birthday, and will be accompanied by other events throughout the weekend, including The Patron’s Lunch – a picnic on The Mall for 10,000 people. Pub opening hours will be extended on Friday 10th June in honour of the occasion. Festivities will also be held from 12-15th May at Windsor Castle, culminating with a 90-minute show featuring performances from the likes of Kylie Mino.



For Long Hair. Start by lightly curling hair with a two-inch barrel, then use a texturizing spray to achieve a lived-in look. Create a deep side part and braid hair into a fishtail then secure with an elastic. Pull shorter layers out of the braid to give it a messier final look.

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Strong minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events, weak minds discuss people.” We think this is true, so why does it feel so good to do it!

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V&A’s Undressed: A Brief of Underwear Opens


Discover the evolution of underwear design from the 18th-century to the present day.Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear features over 200 examples of underwear for men and women, highlighting the enduring themes of innovation and luxury. From the custom-made, such as a rare example of home-made ‘stays’ worn by a working woman in England in the 18th-century, to pieces by current designers including Stella McCartney, Rigby & Peller and Paul Smith, the exhibition explores the relationship between underwear and fashion. It covers notions of the ideal body, and the ways that cut, fit, fabric and decoration can reveal issues of gender, sex and morality.

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Be More Productive At Work

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Prepare Who wants to work outside of the hours in which they’re paid? Maybe the adult version of Tracy Flick, but we’re hard-pressed to think of anyone else. However, a little Sunday prep time, or night-before prep time, can lessen work stress immensely and pave the way for greater productivity. We suggest making detailed to-do lists before every single day of work, as well as getting a jump on any tasks that may be difficult to complete while in the office (thanks, open seating plans).

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A Girl Friend Is Often Better Than a Boyfriend


Of course, it’s nice to have someone to cuddle with on rainy nights and binge-watch Game of Thrones with, but a smart girl lives by the old adage that men may come and go but your girlfriends will be there forever. In light of the recent press surrounding the undeniable power of the single woman and the fact that—according to the publication—only (New York Magazine) around 20 percent of Americans between the ages of 18 and 29 are currently married, compared to 60 percent just a few decades ago, we decided to take a minute to celebrate the merits of female friendships. Because truly great girlfriends are not only important in today’s world, they’re imperative. Here, five reasons why girlfriends are better than boyfriends.

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Dispatches: The Great Benefits Row / Channel 4, 8pm The row over cuts to welfare benefits that has rocked the Government and saw Iain Duncan Smith resign as Secretary of State for Work and Pensions. Former Paralympian Ade Adepitan investigates controversial changes to the Personal Independence Payment, which hundreds of thousands of disabled people are now having to apply for, and, using secretly recorded material, reveals some disturbing sides to the new benefit. View on demand.


Made in Chelsea / E4, 9pm Some new faces join the cast, including Olivia Bentley and Jessica Molly Dixon. Stephanie has her eye on a new love interest and there is news on whether Tiff and Sam are still together following the revelation that he had cheated on her… what else is new? View on demand.

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Own Your Single-mom Status

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Angela Benton is the founder and CEO of NewME. Since launching in 2011, NewME has accelerated over 300 startups and helped them raise over $17 million in venture capital funding. Her advice: “Being a single mom is NOT a setback. Nestled somewhere in the pages of a storybook is the idea that entrepreneurs “hustle,” “crush it,” “grind” and whatever other word you can come up with to describe working really, really hard on your business 100 percent of the time. Out here in the real world we know that’s not true. Don’t get me wrong, entrepreneurship is a ton of work. However don’t let the perception of this lifestyle count you out before you even count yourself in. Being a single mom comes with a wealth of skills that do well in entrepreneurship like: multitasking, creativity, managing and/or operating on a budget, and problem-solving to say the least. I don’t know about you but I’d put my money on someone with these skills rather than a new college grad.”


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Being The Punctual Woman… Never Be Late Again


If  you’ve fallen into a vicious cycle of waking up late, taking entirely too long to get dressed and ultimately arriving at your office way after your colleagues? Make this bad habit the exception, not the rule, and get control of your routine with a few simple time-saving tips. We promise, being prompt—for both professional and personal engagements—will make your life easier 100% of the time. Here, hacks for keeping your schedule running like clockwork.

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ALFIES ANTIQUE MARKET: Who would believe that right nearby noisy Edgeware Road, hides the chic-est flea market in London? Here since 1976, in the building of a former art deco department store, Alfies Antique Market gathers all the top antiques under one roof. Of course, the XXL prices are probably not within your budget – this is where the most famous decorators do their shopping for millionaire clients. But it is worth stopping by for a dreamy browse, as the antique stands here are worth a detour! What will you find here? Art deco club chairs, Scandi design from the 50s, antique lace, Victorian crockery, Vuitton suit cases… There is something for everyone and every taste. We leave with the thought of re-doing our interiors, with a vintage twist…



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We all have our arsenals of skincare products we swear by, but unless they’re all customized to our specific skin type, we could be doing our complexion more bad than good. Since not all products are created equal, we’ve amalgamated serums, moisturizers, cleansers and more that are sure to give you your best skin yet. Whether your dermis is dry or oily, mature or acne-prone. Scroll down for suggestions.

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Dress up a vintage tee and jeans with a tailored trench.

These looks are sure to encourage a fresh approach to your closet.

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Cucumber is virtually a cure-all full of hydrating enzyme-filled water, and hydration is key for youthful, smooth skin. They also contain vitamins B and C, zinc, iron, folic acid, calcium, magnesium and potassium. And it has anti-inflammatory properties, which is why you put the chilled slices over your eyes for a DIY spa treatment!

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Avocado Toast With Egg & Sriracha


Avocados, like bananas, have innumerable health benefits ranging from high fiber content to blood pressure–lowering potassium content. The protein, B vitamins, and other nutrients found in avocados provide energy and support metabolism, making them the perfect food with which to start your day. We love this Avocado Toast with Egg & Sriracha recipe, because eggs are another energy-boosting superfood that, when coupled with avocado, can power even the most sleep-deficient days.

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Celebrity Beauty Looks To Copy

One of the many perks of being a starlet is having renowned makeup artists and hairstylists at your beck and call. Wherever these It girls go, their skin is flawless and their tresses are enviably coiffed. While we may not have a glam team on speed dial, we can still get inspired by their gorgeous beauty looks and try them out for ourselves. Ahead, get our tips on how to pull off six of this week’s top celebrity hair and makeup ideas.

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While some of us relate to Carrie Bradshaw‘s more-is-more approach to shoe shopping,
others get easily overwhelmed at the prospect of purchasing new footwear each season.
Striking a balance between runway inspiration and real life can be tough,
we zeroed in on the five key styles you need to be on-trend this spring.

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The Hottest Handbags


Each season, we look forward to a fresh crop of handbags to give our accessory game a sartorial shake-up.
And while the sleek saddlebag is sure to be a heavy hitter,
spring is ushering in an assembly of other fresh silhouettes, like refined satchels and updated buckets.

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Skinny Falafels

Makes 25 falafels

1 cup millet
1 cup fresh parsley finely chopped
1/2 cup fresh coriander finely chopped
1 garlic clove crushed
2 tbsp almond flour
2 eggs
2 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp turmeric
1 tsp ground cumin
1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
1/2 tsp sea salt
A twist of fresh pepper

Preheat oven to 180 C.
First cook your millet with 2 cups of water on medium heat.
When cooked and cooled mix the millet with the other ingredients in a big bowl.
Then with your hands make 25 even size balls and place them in a big oven pan covered with baking paper.
Drizzle a bit of olive oil on top and let them bake for 20 minutes.
Serve with mixed green salad and tahini dressing.

MWF TV Guide


Shaken Babies: What's the Truth? - Panorama

Panorama: Shaken Babies – What’s The Truth? / BBC1, 8.30pm

Parents face jail or losing their children if courts find them guilty of harming their babies by shaking them,
but one doctor who regularly appears as an expert defence witness has been accused by the General Medical Council
of giving unreliable evidence in such cases. In this programme,
Alison Holt talks to the neuropathologist at the centre of a fight about diagnoses of shaken baby syndrome,
and meets convicted parents who continue to protest their innocence.


Inside Obama’s White House / BBC2, 9pm

This four-part series gives an account of Barack Obama’s successes and failures,
as told by his inner circle and chief adversaries, including the story of how he tried to reshape America.
The election of the first African American President marked an era of hope,
but what happened instead was economic collapse, minimal cooperation from the Republican opposition,
and the rise of a populist anti-big government Tea Party.

First Dates / Channel 4, 9pm 

Choir master Jay is looking to put dark moments from his past behind him as he moves on from a
homophobic attack that left him having to learn to walk again, and hopes investment banker
Robbie will accept him for the person he is. Twenty-eight-year-old property manager and glamorous burlesque dancer Becky
was once a shy teenager, but her raunchy dance routines have boosted her self-esteem,
and her date is with Bristolian Lewis, a budding comedian
who is tired of the single life, or as he puts it ‘juggling with one ball’.


This is 40 / Film4, 9pm

A couple wrestle with a series of crises as their 40th birthdays loom on the horizon,
turning to friends and family for help in coping with the challenges of work,
parenthood, age and debt. Starring Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann.


Jo Brand's Hell of a Walk for Sport Relief

Jo Brand’s Hell Of A Walk For Sport Relief / BBC1, 9pm 

Back in January, Jo Brand embarked on a seven-day challenge to
walk 135 from east to west across the country – and cameras followed her every step of the way.
The comedian took on the challenge to inspire all overweight, middle-aged women
across the nation – as well as raise money for Sport Relief 2016.


Sport Relief 2016

Sport Relief / BBC1 & 2, 7pm

Gary Lineker, Davina McCall, Claudia Winkleman, David Walliams, Greg James and Alesha Dixon
host as leading lights in the worlds of sport, music and entertainment gather at
East London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for the biennial fundraiser,
a feast of entertainment with one aim – to raise money for worthy charity projects.
With music by Birdy and James Bay. Continues on BBC Two at 10pm and on BBC One at 10.35pm.

Limitless / E4, 9PM

Sci-fi thriller starring Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro.
One of life’s losers is transformed into a high-achieving dynamo thanks to a mysterious new drug,
but his overnight success attracts the wrong kind of attention from those keen to profit from the discovery.



Six Nations / BBC One, 19.25pm

Six Nations as France host England at the Stade de France.
The reverse fixture between the sides last year was one of the most memorable in the competition’s history.
England needed to score heavily to give themselves a chance of winning a first title since 2011
but despite scoring a record 55 points against the French they fell just short of Ireland’s points difference.
Will the result of this year’s match again have a bearing on who wins the championship?


The Night Manager

The Night Manager / BBC1, 9pm

Don’t miss the penultimate episode of this hit series in which Roper discovers that crucial documents
have been leaked and becomes suspicious that he has a traitor in his team.
Pine is asked to demonstrate weapons to one of the arms dealer’s clients,
and is confronted with the full horror of Roper’s actions.
Dromgoole tries to persuade Burr to abandon her investigation,
leaving her afraid for her family’s safety.

Hottest Hairstyles


If you are blessed with luscious curls or waves,
it is your time to embrace this look.
This year is all about enhancing your natural look and beauty,
so leave that hair to dry naturally!

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Being a teenager in the ’90s  – we wore everything baggy, I mean everything!
T-shirts, jeans, shirts you name it!
This trend is having a serious renaissance right now; the humble hoodie is back in the fashion spotlight.

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Wear with a belt to emphasise the waist, but keep jewellery to a minimum to avoid the too polished look.

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The Sautoir Necklace


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Being Mindful About Money…


No-one likes to talk about it! We feel uncomfortable with it, we feel guilty spending it, we feel bad for not saving it, we feel shame when we have it. When we earn high salaries, we feel like we don’t deserve them. When we earn low salaries we’re scared to ask for more.
We all have different behaviour and belief systems when it comes to money. Much of this has been handed down to us from our parents, and the financial circumstances of the environment we grew up in.

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Eat Right


I love eggs and can eat it many different ways, but sometime I switch it up with oatmeal, I juice, or make a smoothie. My favourite breakfast is scrambled eggs with a cheddar cheese on Vogel soya and linseed bread. Continue reading

The Remarkable Vogue Exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery

This exhibition has been organised by the National Portrait Gallery,

London in collaboration with British Vogue as part of the magazine’s centenary celebrations.

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You can find Moro in the little creative village-like area of Exmouth Market in Clerkenwell.
A Stone throw away are many famous architects i.e. Zaha Hadid Architects.
Moro is a delicious North African / Iberian / Mediterranean influenced restaurant

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Wear Stripes…


We want to fill our wardrobe with timeless pieces.
And you should be on the lookout for classic striped tees to add to your ever-growing collection.
Get your fix of white, black and navy.
Grab your cross-body bag, and prepare to embrace the style that just keeps giving 🙂

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Money Plan: It’s Never Too Late or Early


Being a single mama, planning household finances and where every £ goes is essential. As a single income family, it is very important for me to identify how I was going to sort out my finances. Firstly I needed to determine what I’m aiming for. Some people have very immediate and specific financial goals, for me, that’s not always the case.

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Monday Treats… Peanut Bars

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So I found this amazing recipe for homemade peanut bars, and I Love peanut butter 🙂
I’ve you’re fancy shaking up your treats this week, you must try making these.
Guaranteed to fall in love…

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Friday Style


I’m always trying out cool new ways to style my basics, and what better way to spruce up my winter wardrobe.
More recently I’ve been wearing a lot of camel and grey staples.
Not sure if it’s trendy gaining in my world.

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The Work Look: Comfy Jumper With Pencil Skirt…


If you’re like us and you like to keep your wardrobe looking new and inspired yet stylish enough to wear at the office,
check out these comfy jumpers and pencil skirt looks…
Don’t forget the heels 🙂

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The Basic Tee-Shirt….


I like trendy styles but nothing beats
comfy t-shirts – a staple we must all have 🙂

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How Do You Start Mondays…

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Monday is our opportunity to start the week off positively.
Going into Monday with the right attitude will set you up for a week of success.
Instead of dreading Mondays imagine them to be fabulous.

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Trend To keep: Cropped jeans


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Starting The Day Healthy

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Friday…Sexy Jumper Day..

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Yes, ladies… I think jumpers can be cosy and sexy….

Even in winter! Check out some of our  flesh-flashing knits we’ve put together for you.

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Vogue’s 2016 Trend Alert…

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2016 TV Guide…

Staying in this January?

You’re in for a treat with some good TV. This Jan look out for  new seasons of old favourites to new series covering  crime, romance, action and drama. Plenty of stuff to watch to keep you occupied  until the weather improves :-)!


Lucky Man, Season 1 – Sky 1

James Nesbitt stars as down on his luck cop DI Harry Clayton whose chance encounter with a mysterious woman and an ancient bracelet changes everything. Based on an original idea by Stan Lee.

When: 22 January 2016

Blue Eyes, Season 1 – More4

Political intrigue, violent murders, and high-level corruption, Swedish style.

When: February 2016

Clan, Season 1 – More4 

This new Belgian series follows the story of five very close sisters, who decide to bump off one of their nasty husbands, and who then have to deal with the consequences.

When: February 2016

House of Cards, Season 4 – Netflix 

Kevin Spacey’s tour de force as Francis J. Underwood continues, with more two-faced backstabbing and political intrigue.

When: 4th March 2016

Limitless, Season 1 – Sky Living

Based on the film starring Bradley Cooper, this new series follows the story of a man who takes a brain-enhancing special drug and helps the FBI to fight crime.

When: January 2016

Making a Murderer, Season 1 – Netflix 

Filmed over 10 years, this real-life thriller follows a DNA exoneree who, while exposing police corruption, becomes a suspect in a grisly new crime.

When: Available now

Spin, Season 1 – More4 

If House of Cards and Borgen were set in Paris… Fans of a political drama will love this new thriller.

When: January 2016

The Five, Season 1 – Sky1 

The first TV drama from best-selling author Harlen Coben is about a group of friends who are united by a terrible incident.

When: March 2016

The Tunnel, Season 2 – Sky Atlantic 

A second series of the UK-meets-France crime thriller called Debris. 

When: Early 2016

The Walking Dead, Season 6 part 2 – FOX (UK) 

The American horror-drama returns with more zombie action and cliffhangers.

When: 15th February

Vinyl, Season 1 – Sky Atlantic

Executively-produced by the likes of Mick Jagger, Martin Scorsese and Terence Winter (The Wolf of Wall Street, Boardwalk Empire), Vinyl charts the sex-and-drug-addled music business of the ’70s at the dawn of punk, disco and hip-hop.

When: 15th February

Winter White Trousers


Wearing white in winter may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but I think it’s daringly chic!  Continue reading

Happy 2016!!

IMG_3744My birthday and Christmas came and went and we are fast approaching 2016. We ended 2015 with a fabulous photoshoot and looking forward to the coming year with great anticipation.

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When it comes to shopping online shopping destinations, Miss Williams Fashion is the place to nab some of the hottest fashion products. Imagine my excitement to be announcement to of 60% OFF.

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Fashion Jewelry…

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Celebrity Style… Woman Crush Wednesday…


Rihanna’s style always hit the headlines.

She has gone from pop party princess into style maven and inspiration behind Dior.

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The Faces Of Aging…o

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Consuming too much dairy can cause inflammation ‘gutflamaton’.
THE SIGNS: Dark circles, undereye puffiness, milia (raised white pumps), eczema and spots around the chin.
REPLACE IT WITH: Hemp or almond milk

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MWF TV Guide

Monday 7th December


Simply Nigella 8pm/BBC2

Food writer Nigella Lawson shares the origins of some of her ideas,revealing just how and why they came into being,
including a bowl of steamed clams with Thai basil inspired by a recent holiday in Thailand. Last in the series.

Photographer: Ed Miller

London Spy  9pm/BBC2

After leading its everyman protagonist through the tangled and shady worlds of the intelligence community and the corridors of power in Westminster, screenwriter Tom Rob Smith’s espionage thriller reaches a gripping conclusion. Danny finally discovers the shocking truth about what happened to his MI6 agent lover Alex, and finds what really took place that night in the attic before he found the decomposing body locked in a trunk. Last in the series.

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Our Must-Have Beauty Products


They’re Real Mascara | Benefit’s
mascara scores major beauty points for curling and rounding lashes as well as making them look fatter and strikingly black.

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Our Shearling Coats…


With winter nipping at our toes, this fuzzy down is really about to come into its own. Browse our website for yours.

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High Fashion Faux Fur…


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From the treacherous tundra to the snowy city streets, these vintage vest coats are sure to warm your heart this spring! These bold, faux fur open front is a winner when it comes to keeping cozy – these vest will ensure you stay ‘haute’ in the coolest temperatures.

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Party Season…


A great alternative to the standard pencil skirt, the leather pleat gives form and structure and looks chic with a printed shirt or patterned jumper tucked in. Add edge to your fall winter wardrobe.

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TV Guide..

Monday 30th November

The Murder Detectives 9pm/C4
Documentary filmed over the course of 18 months following the police investigation into the murder of a 19-year-old Bristol student.

Tuesday 1st December


Masterchef the Professionals 8pm/BBC2 
It’s the last week of the heats, and the first three chefs are set a task by Marcus, who wants them to fillet a whole plaice, steam a portion and serve it with a mushroom cream sauce, all in 20 minutes. The remaining three cooks are set a Skills Test by Monica, who asks them make the classic Crepe Suzette. .

Wednesday 2nd December

Younger 9pm/SonyTV 
Comedy drama, starring Sutton Foster as Liza Miller, a 40-something mother whose fresh-faced appearance gives her an opportunity to lie about her age and take another shot at securing her dream job.

Thursday 3rd December

Scandal 10pm/SkyLiving
Return of my one my favourite dramas is back on the box! Olivia Pope is back with style and gusto, and despite her own personal problems is still involved in a long-running affair with her client – the most powerful man in the US.

Friday 4th December

FILM: Cake 10pm/SkyPremiere
A woman (played by Jennifer Aniston) whose son died during a car accident that left her in constant pain becomes obsessed with the suicide of a young mother she met at a support group and forms a touching friendship with her husband.

Saturday 5th December

FILM: One Day 6.55pm/Film4
Romantic comedy drama adapted from the bestselling novel by David Nicholls, starring Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess

FILM: Stoker 11.10pm/Film4
A teenager living an isolated life in her mother’s remote estate discovers she has an uncle she has never met following her father’s death.

Sunday 6th December

The 5 Year Engagement – Channel 4 11.05pm
Romantic comedy starring Jason Segel and Emily Blunt.

Weekend Vibes


Slept in today!! BTW:This is not my bedroom 🙂

So it’s the weekend and I cannot believe we are almost at the end of November.
Black Friday came and went!

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Winter Warmers…




Yes, autumn winter is big on coats, but who knew November would turn out to be so mild?

Until the days turn chillier, master the winter warmers.

Beige boots

Knee-high boots are never out of style


Cosy up with this number

This Week’s TV Guide

Wednesday 25th November


The Supervet, 8pm / Channel4

Return of the documentary following the work of `Bionic Vet’ Noel Fitzpatrick and his team at a pioneering veterinary practice. Maya, a blue Russian cat, is brought into the surgery with a shattered jaw after a dog attack, and a man living in a homeless shelter brings in his best friend Spud, a Labrador cross with a lame back leg.

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Golden Rules…


Do what you love, love what you do.
Induce passion in your life, job or hobby,
And enjoy a richer life!

It is never too late to follow your dreams and reinvent yourself

Spread beauty. Be kind to yourself and others.

The more you give the more you get. Give money, time, clothes, toys and don’t expect anything back in return.

KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid. Don’t overthink things and get worked up because things always have a way of working out.


A Sponge, that’s what you want to be. Try and Learn something new each day.

Be Honest… if you messed up say so and own it. Share your opinions people like and respect those who can speak up and be honest.Honesty is the best policy.


Always do your best.

Breathe. Check in with yourself every now and then.

Just be you. Be confident… wear make 🙂

Rice Noodle Salad


Serves 6


80 g (23⁄4 oz/1⁄3 cup) dried shrimp

1½ tablespoons very finely chopped fresh galangal

50 g (1¾ oz/½ cup) fresh grated or thawed frozen grated coconut (see below)

200 g (7 oz) dried rice vermicelli

500 g (1 lb 2 oz) cooked medium king or tiger prawns (shrimp), shelled, deveined and tails left intact

6 red Asian shallots, very thinly sliced or ½ red onion, very thinly sliced

large handful of mint leaves, torn, to serve

coriander (cilantro) leaves to serve

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Mulled Wine…


Burgundy feels like the perfect hue for this time of year, think mulled wine.

Throw in some  grey, blue denim  and presto! a colour combo that’s fashionable.

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TV Guide…


Elementary 9pm/SkyLiving
After the events of the last season, Sherlock is facing criminal charges and a possible prison sentence, so his estranged and powerful father arrives in New York to help – and despite their difficulties, he is determined to fix his son’s problems by any means necessary.

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The Leather Skirt…


I like this edgy, fierce finish, championing leather to my evolving skirt collection.
For me it’s an alternative to wearing a pencil skirt (which I think is pretty restrictive sometimes).

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Ankle Boots For Ever…


Ankle boots are everywhere and it seems to a staple in most of our wardrobes.

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Pink Friday…

princess sleeve dress

To be honest, I will wear most colours, but not normally wear pink things, in fact,
I have probable 2 items in my wardrobe that may contain pink…

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Our Leopard Print Report…


I quite like the look of leopard, but shy away from it, always!  But I’ve decided to do an edit on our leopard pieces.

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Our Cape Round Up…


We are covering up this AW15 with the Cape… Most definitely leader of the pack in our opinion!

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Lacey Friday…

sheer laced top black

Lace is a delicate fabric made of yarn or thread in an open weblike pattern,

made by machine or by hand.

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London Christmas Fairs

Christmas Market at Tate Modern London


Where: Bankside, London
Dates: 20th November – 23rd December 2015

Pretty wooden chalets will fill the space between the Tate Modern and the Thames once more in 2015 for this traditional Christmas market. Browse handmade wooden toys, unique jewellery, intricate decorations and plenty more, then tuck into bratwurst, crêpes, roasted nuts or a warming cup of glühwein. A carousel and festive music help add to the Christmas spirit.


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Funky Knits…

hollow-netted sweater

It’s all about new knitwear right now, this street-style hero is our ultimate new-season buy.

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The Work Dress…


If like me,you’re on a budget and want to update your
work wear wardrobe for the winter, look no further!

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Arm Candy Friday…


So, if you’re like me, always looking for ways to boost your look on the accessories side this AW15,
my I suggest some hot to trot arm candy.
Any colour fancy… don’t be told what candy colour to wear this season, you choose!
Calm colours like khaki or make a bold statement in the brightest colour
you feel comfortable sporting to freshen up your look.


Hair Foods…

Keep Your Hair Healthy


If your  hair is looking a little lacklustre…
Don’t spend your extra cash on  expensive shampoos an other hair products that claim to bring it back.
Tackle the problem inwardly and consume these foods…

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This Season Knits…




Trending Knit Wear


Petie Loose fit Cable jumper

I think the AW15 wardrobe should always have knitwear.
Update yours and check out some of the our latest digs.

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Camel Coats…


The Hooded Camel Coat


If you only buy one coat this autumn/winter season
make sure it’s a rich and caramel hued camel colour.

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The Awesomeness of the LBD

   The Little Black Dress


Every woman can vouch for the awesomeness of the LBD.

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The Fashion Set


Recently I’ve started to like The Biker Boots.
It’s the boot that mixes style, comfort and the tough-girl chic – suggesting they can be an essential addition to your autumn footwear arsenal.

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Fur-Trimmed Parker Sunday…





My love for parka knows no bounds. Practical, stylish and a real go-with-all, it’s the outerwear staple I need to invest in. I’ve handpicked my top choices from Miss Williams Fashion online store – because you don’t have to blow the budget to look stylish in winter.

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Gilet Friday…



Coming soon…

Yes, autumn is big on coats. The days are becoming much chillier so it’s time to master the furry gilet.

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Skirting The Issue

The Revival

Vintage A-line demin

The skirt holds a classic, feminine place in my heart. It’s been rarely considered of late with the rise of skinny jeans et al.

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The Victoriana Trend

The Lady


Choosing the perfect Victoriana blouse can be tricky.One will have to try and avoid looking too prim.

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Wearing Mustard…

Mustard  for AW15.

Tom Leighton Photography

Mellow yellow, ode to the ’70s.  If you’ve long abandon the other wearable colours , it might be time to reconsider.

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Shearling Darling…

The Cover-Up


For its wonderful protective qualities, the aesthetic appeal of Shearling has made us fall  it again. Classic combination of  suede busting with plumage, ensures it’s the piece to go for, whilst retaining the wild feeling.

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Watch fashion designer, business woman and all round style guru Victoria Beckham reveal her top 10 fashion tips in this video created by Medium Rare for online retail destination Lane Crawford.

The Business of Me

My Day

Wake-up 4.30am


First thing I do in the morning? Give thanks to the Almighty, then Coffee!

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The Cable-Knit Sweater

Piece Of The SeasonPetite red jumperThe humble knit… Elevated this season into the ultimate Luxe finish to every outfit for every occasion.  The ‘fisherman’    cable-knit sweater is the piece to invest in.

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