books, education, kids, lifestyle, Uncategorized

Kids Book Review: Riley Knows He Can

  Following on from the success of  her 2017 debut novel Riley Knows He Can  Davina Hamilton’s new book is just as engaging and  inspiring with an equally positive message. The reader joins Riley on a journey of self discovery as he faces his fears of performing in front of an audience.  The story of Riley feeling… Read More Kids Book Review: Riley Knows He Can


New Year, New Start

So Christmas has come and gone and here we are in January probably feeling a few pounds heavier and with a much lighter bank account. If only it was the  otherway around and January gave us slim toned abs and an unexpected extra cash! Despite the extra food ( consumed and bought), present buying, kids… Read More New Year, New Start


What winter blues?

So summer has long gone and the sun has been swapped with cold temperatures. Forget cold it’s FREEZING! I do love the sun, glowing skin and long summer evenings BUT winter isn’t all bad. Yes, freezing mornings are no fun but I am really going to try  to not spend the next few months feeling… Read More What winter blues?

beauty, Uncategorized

Happy Skin, Happy Me

When it comes to skincare I like to keep it simple but make sure it’s effective. Since discovering Suneeta Cosmetics (, my inner product junkie has not been tempted ( well not much!) to keep looking for  the holy grail of skin products. The Golden Tumeric Cream is a favourite of mine and it’s great… Read More Happy Skin, Happy Me


Soul food

Since the closing of Love and Liqour (and the end of Idris Elba on the decks!) , Kilburn has certainly lost its appeal as a location for a night out! Eye candy actor aside, there has been a void in NW6 for a venue serving great food, cocktails and music. So I was more than… Read More Soul food


Monday Motivation

Let’s face it Mondays get a bad rep, it lacks the excitement of the weekend or the mid week satisfaction that Wednesday gives me. Yet again the weekend has whizzed  by in a flurry of gymnastics lessons, football matches and a birthday party which leaves me wishing (again!) there was one extra day in the… Read More Monday Motivation


Sequin In The City

My love for sequins ( or anything sparkly) goes back to my teens. Well, probably long before that, but I clearly remember being mesmerised by a vintage butterfly top.  My usual Saturday trip to the East London@s Roman Road with my mum took a detour while I ventured towards the sequins. Since that day I… Read More Sequin In The City