Sunday, May 20, 2018
Relationships

Relationships

Candace Bushnell is the international best-selling author of Sex in the City, Killing Monica and The Carrie Diaries. Last year I booked to go on a lunch date with Candace as part of Red Magazine's Smart Woman week.   Witty, charasmatic and smart, Candace is also very...
Roast dinners are in fact my favourite dish. Synonymous with Sundays (equally my favourite day of the week) down the pub, drinking wine and catching up with friends. To celebrate #NationalRoastWeek I thought I would take a look at the...
Meet Tre & Madison who are in love It’s lovely to see two people really in love. Tre and Madison are just that. Two sweethearts who dressed up to go on their special prom date. Posting their loved snaps on...
1 in 4 Couples will ruin their summer holidays and relationships due to social media addiction The one thing that has led to more arguments in any of my relationships is the use of mobile phones. Using mobile phones in...
The truth about social media friendships I don't know about you, but my Facebook account is an eclectic mix of people. Close friends, family, old work friends, acquaintances, and people I haven't even met in person. Twitter even less than that....
Poetry Month was started by the Academy of American Poets in 1996. It originates and is celebrated in the US. With this in mind, I thought I would take this opportunity to share with you some of the poems I...
  It's not always easy to be positive and fabulous when you are feeling blue, so here are some top tips on how to get through this Blue Monday! What is Blue Monday? Blue Monday is coined as the most depressing day...
  • 77% of millennials agree that sending letters, thank you cards and parcels feels like a dying art • 3/4 of people think that sending physical forms of communication shows you care more about that person • 81% would feel more...
Highlights of 'The Great Get Together' weekend announced  Thousands of events across the UK to mark the first anniversary of the murder of Jo Cox MP  This weekend millions of people are expected to take part in events to celebrate the values inspired...
  The average Brit considers themselves to be 79% GOOD – and 21% BAD, according to a new study. According to the data, most of us (45%) claim we would do anything for anyone, while a further 28% would consider themselves...
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