by Beth
Ah, house sharing... learning life lessons whilst trying to keep sane in an intense, and often unbearable environment. The time that brings out the best and the worst in those closest to you. If you’ve ever shacked up with pals, you’ll most likely recognise one or more of the below. And in all likelihood, you’ll fit neatly into one of these categories too... 1. The Food Thief The always anonymous and ever-hungry. The one who gets in after a night out and treats the communal fridge as an all-you-can-eat buffet. The one your anger edges towards when you find there is no bacon to fulfil your barm in which you have oh so sacredly prepped the night before. Whether it’s a drop of milk or a whole pizza – they’re the reason you have trust issues. 2. The Ghost The anti-socialite of the house, who you never manage to cross paths with. You often spy trails of books or belongings but are still unable to trace down her persona. Every now and again it's necessary to knock on and check they're still alive. Also known as 'the hermit'. 3. The Child In other words; the clueless one. They're usually naive about how the real world works and often surprised at how they have made it so far. Can often b
by Beth
2006 - an era before the iPhone, Instagram and our obsession with the Kardashian clan, YET for all of us fresh-faced, fashion-hungry and soon-to-be full time employees... it was a real eye opener. If you're on the brink of starting a new job, here are your first set of survival lessons straight from the dragon's den (literally): 1. There's no such thing as an unreasonable request... 2. A little self confidence will take you places... 3. The right dress will cure you of anything... 4. Punctuality is every
by Beth
Despite your recent efforts on tinder, your best Valencia filter and managing to hold your breath long enough to fit into your best skinnies… Christmas is here and you’re STILL single. Which also means so are the Bridget Jones clichés… AND the relatives you never see who suddenly show an interest in your non-existent love life. It’s time to get out that badly photo-shopped pic of you David Beckham along with the... ‘He’s perfect Grandma.' A set up for disaster right? Wrong! I am here to turn the other cheek (reality ch
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by Beth
It always seems worth it and then the morning after hits. It’s an obstacle course; from plating up microwavable chips to rolling around on the floor, to holding a pillow over your head, to the phone call you make to your bestie with the need for rea
by Beth
‘TIS THE SEASON WHERE MORE MEANS MORE … AND ANYWHERE CAN BE YOUR DANCE FLOOR Disco is not a choice, it’s a lifestyle. So lights up, grab your friends and family and party on! In case you haven’t spotted our Xmas TV ad yet (if so – where have you bee