by Katie
When everything is turning to sh!t and you wondered what you did in a past life to deserve so much bad luck, it’s time to re-evaluate the sitch. As they say; your vibe attracts your tribe and creating a positive energy will attract just that. After storms, come rainbows, so on those rainy days just remember it could be hella worse, grab your umbrella and man up! Here are five things we can all be grateful for - every day of the week: Sunshine If it’s a scorcher of a day, or just a glimmer of yellow peeking through the clouds, the sun is a reminder that there is something greater than us out there keeping an eye on things... oh and summer is on its way! For a vitamin D fix, flowers in bloom and those longer lighter days, I'll always be a sun-worshipper at heart. Wi-Fi This is the most shallow of the five but let's be honest it's so true! Having that direct line between you and the world is life and you're simply lost without it! When that hot-spot sign pops up, we do a little dance inside. Mates Whether your best friend is your mum, your dog, or a million miles away on Facetime, havi
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When the sun makes an appearance, it’s tempting to head straight to a beer garden for drinks with the girls. But if your pocket is a little short and you’d rather skip the crowds, a picnic with your squad is what spring days are all about.The very word picnic makes our jeans feel that bit tighter but forget the beige buffet and check out our guide to eating al fresco with a little sass... Someone
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Ahh brunch. Just that very word provides me with this heart-warming sense of inner happiness. It’s like, if food were a hug?Nothing says ‘good morning’ better than brunch. You can hit the snooze button until noon, rock up at your local coffee bar in
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At night I can’t sleep - in the morning I can’t wake up We've all been there. Trying to get a balance between your work, social and home life, with time to spare for the gym can be exhausting alone, but if you’re struggling to switch off at bedtime it won’t be long until you’re fully burnt out. SNOOZE YOU LOSE Getting a good nights’ kip doesn’t just feel good, it's doing us some good too. Catchin
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Last night was too much fun but if only you’d have skipped the after party... It always seems like a good idea until you wake up with the ceiling spinning, blistered feet and an intense craving for anything greasy and beige. Do yourself a favour, put down last night’s take-out and combat the beer fear with our post cocktail remedies; Smart carb saviour 3 hours sleep and a monstrous appetite for a burger, fries and twenty chicken nuggets? We hear ya. But ten minutes after you’ve inhaled half the menu, the empty calories will have you yearning for more. Porridge is our ultimate go to. As unappealing as it sounds, the oatmeal neutralizes the acids in your body, and is a steady release of energy and the B vitamins will lift your mood and help your liver heal the damage. If you can’t stomach porridge, some wholegrain toast will do the trick. A lil' melondramatic Sharp pain between the eyes? Furry feeling on the tongue? It’s time to rehydrate. When we’re feeling fragile our potassium levels