Girl’s Gotta Eat: Sutton & Sons

Girl’s Gotta Eat: Sutton & Sons

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Sutton & Sons is not your average chip shop. Sourcing their seafood from their very own sustainable fishmongers, they offer everything from oysters to grilled fresh fish. With three restaurants across London, it’s a great choice for eating out, getting a meal to take away or even a Friday night delivery. I went along to the Islington branch to give it a try.
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#WorkoutWednesday: Martial Arts as a Toning Exercise for Women

#WorkoutWednesday: Martial Arts as a Toning Exercise for Women

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This is a guest post from Sabrina Klein.

When it comes to working out and weight loss, it can become frustrating and tiresome when those wobbly parts feel like they just aren’t improving. We each have our own stubborn trouble zones that take a little extra work to tighten and tone – and, even though our friends tell us we look gorgeous, we can’t help but focus on these ‘problem’ areas. Many of us have tried countless diets and workouts specifically targeted at these areas but still find them hard to shift. Even though I know that everyone is different and various exercises work differently on different bodies, I actually started going to ask women who I thought looked so athletically fit and had a great body, what’s their secret? Read more

Girl’s Gotta Eat: 1800 Brunch Saloon

Girl’s Gotta Eat: 1800 Brunch Saloon

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I’ve reviewed a lot of interesting brunches on the Battle of the Brunches so far but a tequila based brunch is probably the most intriguing (and terrifying) I’ve heard of. The Thinking Drinkers, award-winning drinks writing and comedic duo, have teamed up with 1800 Tequila to convince brunchers that tequila should be their drink of choice – read on to find out whether or not I’m a convert…

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Working Girl Weekend: Django Bango Gold Rush

Working Girl Weekend: Django Bango Gold Rush

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Earlier this year, if you stepped into a particular warehouse in East London (where else?), you would be transported to the Wild West of America. No, this wasn’t a Back to the Future style wormhole. It was the bringing to life of a vision of Viv and Wenny, two pretty impressive ladies who created Django Bango. I only got a chance to check it out at the end of the residency, so I’m delighted that they are back with a vengeance this summer with Django Bango Gold Rush!
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