I love giving. I’m not so good at the keeping a secret part, although I do end up waiting until the day, but it’s so hard not giving gifts earlier. I just want to see the recipient open them. To see them smile. Sometimes though, choosing Christmas presents can be tough – we all have those tricky individuals to buy for, and those who already have everything – so here’s my go-to list of gifts. You’re bound to find something here to inspire and guide you to find the perfect pressie this Christmas. Experiences – Buyagift Alex and I love an experience – when you don’t need anything else, what’s better than a fab day out doing something you wouldn’t usually. The last two years…

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It’s gone the first of December, so it’s officially time to start watching Christmas films (Let’s not tell Alex I’ve already watched a few!).┬áJust like I’m sure you all have, I have a those childhood/family faves that I HAVE to watch year on year – the nostalgic ones that bring the festive feeling rushing back. I love snuggling up under a blanket, with a hot choc and marshmallows in front of the TV, or having a festive film on in the background whilst I do Christmas wrapping or crafts, so I’ve teamed up with Ultra HD 4K TV Panasonic┬áto bring you my list of top nostalgic picks for nineties kids… Home Alone (1990) I’m pretty sure everyone knows the story of home alone by now…

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I quit. I did it. I’m free. Ok so it’s actually pretty scary, and my worry and anxiety hasn’t exactly immediately got better. But I knew it’d take time. And that’s ok. I’m working on it. But knowing I don’t have to put myself through the stress, day in day out, feels so darn good. You see. PR is fun. It’s social. It’s rewarding. And most of the time, the culture in an agency is pretty awesome. But that’s the only side most people see. They don’t see the long hours, or constant battle of priorities and urgent tasks, of which there are too many to keep on top of, let alone keep track some days. They don’t see how hard it is to constantly…

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Daily struggles are a part of life. From indecisiveness over breakfast to that annoying colleague, the commute or how to fit everything into your evenings, we can all relate. We’re all in the same boat. So much to do, so little time. Here are just 10 daily struggles I’m sure you can all relate to.. 1. The outfit decision – I know I’m not the only one who struggled with the outfit decisions daily. What if I get too hot? Did I wear that in the last two weeks? everyday I promise myself that I’ll get my outfit out that night ahead of the next day. Does it ever happen? No. 2. Commuting – I think almost everyone who works anywhere in the UK can…

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Friends will always be the funny and love-able, easy-watching tv show that can never be replaced. Ten seasons, 256 episodes of funny moments, sticky situations, relationships, love, friendship, and story lines many could relate to, made it a huge hit with an incredible fan base. So big in fact, that Friendsfest has now sold out two years in a row! With Kim unable to go due to a wedding planned for the same weekend this year, I was lucky enough to get the chance to buy her tickets…and boy was it worth it. Friendsfest sees the set, including Joey and Chandlers flat, the iconic hallway, and Rachel and Monica’s place tour the UK. Along with this, there’s Central Perk, the famous yellow taxi, two other…

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