I am not really a beauty blogger but when Olay offered me the opportunity to try Olay Daily Facials I couldn’t resist. Since turning 30 I’ve found that my skin needs more upkeep relying on a system of cleanser, exfoliate and toner each night. As this picture shows I still suffer the occasional breakout due to oily skin and probably even oilier diet. Whilst Olay … Continue reading Review| Olay Daily Facials
It is a testament to KFC’s self-confidence that they have made non-deliveries a PR success. Most would flounder, making statements about how they’ve “not murdered babies in their cots” but at the end of the day, it is just chicken if you live in South London head to Morley’s. As a regular KFC attendee and, dare I say it, a fan of the fast food … Continue reading #FCK or Where is the Chicken?
20 November marks 6 months since my open myomectomy. I won’t be celebrating it in any way. I suppose just being alive after any major surgery is worthy of celebration itself. It, along with the progesterone only pill, solved many of the problems I was having but there is one large issue I cannot seem to shift. My belly, it still feels huge. The reason … Continue reading Being a woman, hormones, plus size clothing and bikini clasps
I, with no shame whatsoever so don’t even try to shame me up, still read the Popbitch mail out and I was surprised and excited to see this Whilst I didn’t assume that Smash Hits would come back in magazine format because the likes of NME, Time Out etc give themselves away and those that don’t like We Love Pop recently had their last print … Continue reading Smash Hits: The return of an icon
Now in her early seventies Jane is one of those women that has just always been there. A child actress, whose father Peter was a medical broadcaster, at 17 she would meet the man that would forever be associated with her; Paul McCartney