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How to go on an exciting family gap year to travel the world

How to go on an exciting family gap year to travel the world

Interview with Courtney Adamo – by Karine Candice Köng, BODIE and FOU

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Ditch the store-drobe: New season swap over

Ditch the store-drobe: New season swap over

The new season’s collections have just hit the high street and many of us will be sprucing up our wardrobes with a few new choice pieces. Whilst a walk-in closet is a pipe dream for most, the average wardrobe can be carefully managed to be wonderfully organised, […]

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Book review: Furniture Hacks

Book review: Furniture Hacks

Whether it’s to refresh your living room, save some cash or just update a Pinterest board, Londoners have gone crazy for a daily dose of #homeinspo.

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Four childhood fads we loved to collect

Four childhood fads we loved to collect

Whether a child of the 70’s, 80’s or 90’s it is likely you spent many a break-time swapping the latest toy craze to sweep the playground. From Care Bears to Beanie Babies we all saved our pocket money to get our hands on the latest crazes. Years […]

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Crafty Cool – Trendy Pastimes for 2016

Crafty Cool – Trendy Pastimes for 2016

A hobby can help us rewind after a long day, and bring happiness and relaxation! While there are plenty of hobbies to choose from, check out these new, (well mostly recycled), hobbies that have gained a new cool status for 2016. Whilst Bridge clubs and stamp collecting […]

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From hobby to career – becoming a vintage seller – A guest post by Diary of a Vintage Girl

From hobby to career – becoming a vintage seller – A guest post by Diary of a Vintage Girl

So, you think you have a good eye for vintage clothing and accessories? Perhaps, after many years devoted to your own collection – honing your eye for a bargain – you realise you prefer hunting down vintage and antiques more than your actual job. Well… why not […]

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Starting a vintage collection: beginner’s basics – A guest post by Diary of a Vintage Girl

Starting a vintage collection: beginner’s basics – A guest post by Diary of a Vintage Girl

Collecting anything, but especially vintage clothing or accessories, can vary from being a casual hobby to an all-consuming compulsion. As a collector of everything from Beanie Babies (as a kid) to vintage housedresses (ongoing), I have experience at both ends of the spectrum! Here are some tips […]

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Beating the January blues – our simple mood boosters

Beating the January blues – our simple mood boosters

The festive season has wound down to an end. The fun fuelled weeks with friends and family polishing off stocking fillers, munching on leftovers and spending far too much time watching Christmas TV are over. It’s officially January, you’re back to work, the house is a state […]

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9 most popular New Year resolutions and how to keep them

9 most popular New Year resolutions and how to keep them

1. Quit smoking There are just so many reasons to quit smoking: it’s unhealthy, it stains your teeth, it’s expensive, it’s time consuming, it makes you smell bad… Whilst this is probably one of the most common resolution any day of the year, it’s not an easy […]

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Book review: Stuffocation by James Wallman

Book review: Stuffocation by James Wallman

The notion that experiences are more desirable than objects is one that’s been doing the rounds for a while now. The rise of the ‘Experientialists’, as James Wallman calls them, has been spearheaded by the over-sharing millenials of Instagram. Those in the know are increasingly showing off about […]

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