What is MS? We know a lot of people don’t really understand MS. MS Awareness Week is our chance to speak up as a community. MS Awareness Week 2019 runs from 22-28 April. It’s a chance to raise awareness of multiple sclerosis, and the reality of living with it. Join us to spread the…Read More
I find myself increasingly amazed at the fact that no matter how much outrage, no matter how strong the initial protests, the British public are seemingly calmed down with the equivalent of a pat and and a promise from our governments that our problems are duly noted and they are going to do something…Read More
Dear Mr Retailer, We need to talk about our relationship. I think it’s only fair to say we’ve grown apart. We don’t seem to be on the same page anymore. I’m not sure when it happened, how it happened, but we grew in different directions and I don’t know how to get us back on…Read More
Self indulgent or self love? What differentiates the two, where is the line drawn? In the age of selfies, and sharing everything from our lifestyle choices, aspirations and daily woes on social media, sometimes it can be hard to distinguish how much is just enough? It’s therapeutic to share, to air, but then all of…Read More
Keeping Up with the Kardashians & every A-list Diva in Hollywood, Ollia Tzarina is taking the celebrity world by storm.
Ollia Tzarina is indeed keeping up with the Kardashians and almost every other A-list diva in Hollywood right now. She is most certainly the designer of the moment and set to be a prominent fixture of the international luxury fashion scene for a very long time. This designer is taking the celebrity world by…Read More
Red is the colour! It certainly is the new black right now. For autumn we’re taking our style cues from Mother Nature it would seem and it’s all about a bright bold palette, it’s about vivd reds, statement reds, slashes of red, whatever you do, get some red in that (whatever you’re wearing. It’s a…Read More
Aiden Hatfield is first and foremost a musician, he is passionate about music, his music, all music. It is as his slogan on one of his branded t-shirts states “Music is my Medicine.” What makes Aiden admirable is the fact he has used his passion for music to serve as a platform to raise the issue of mental health awareness, on his own as an individual, simply because he felt the need and the desire. This is not a vague faceless campaign or something he simply pays lip service to, he puts his thoughts and feelings and shares his own journey with mental health on the line and in the public domain in the desire to help and inspire.Read More