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Shopping: A Market Stall Accessories Find

As I think I’ve mentioned before, I work perilously close to Spitalfields Market and I often love to wander around there on my lunch break to look at the antiques and vintage clothes. I managed to refrain from buying a…

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Explore: Musical Bingo at Mahiki

If you’re thinking this post will be about grannies, two little ducks and musty village halls then Musical Bingo will blow your mind. I’m not a ‘club’ person, and I’m more than happy to stay in and play board games…

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Explore: Dr Who Experience

As anyone who knows me will tell you, I am a closet geek. Well, closet in the way that I don’t wear massive glasses or know Klingon. Aside from that I’m pretty out and proud in my geekiness. Interrupt me…

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Theatre: Howl’s Moving Castle

I was majorly excited to stumble across a leaflet for this production in a restaurant one afternoon. I know the story from the anime film, but that was originally adapted from a book by Diana Wynne-Jones, and the plot is…

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Shopping: Urban Outfitters Wedges

Oh look, another new and exciting weekly installment! Every Thursday I’ll be posting up my latest bargain, whether it’s an item of clothing, something on my food list for the week, or an event I’ve been to. Let’s get back…

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Life: How to Prepare for New Years Eve

People seem to be split between two groups when it comes to New Years Eve. The first love it, and cannot wait to dress up, hit the town and drink into the early hours. The second can’t stand the bother,…

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Explore: Winter Wonderland

It’s the now annual pop-up festive event that people flock to every Christmas. A beautiful sight? Uh, no. Happy tonight? I guess. Yep, walking in the Winter Wonderland is essentially the lovechild of a dodgy German Christmas market and Blackpool…

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Music: Christmas Playlist

I’m obsessed with making lists. Apparently it’s a Virgo thing. Maybe it’s because I have to organise everything from my meals to my outfits weeks in advance. So obviously the next logical step is to share these lists with the…

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Film: 50/50

I went to see 50/50 on one premise only: It stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt. I don’t normally like films with Seth Rogen in, and I wasn’t sure if a comedy about getting cancer would be a bit to close to the…

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