• Indoor Skydiving At The iFly In Manchester

    February 21, 2019

    The only time you will ever get me jumping out of a plane is if it’s going down and jumping out is my only chance of survival. So skydiving is a ‘no go’ obviously. I mean, I’m sure the views are amazing as you’re floating down above the earth with a parachute, and I’m sure…

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  • The Best Brunch Spots in Harrogate

    February 14, 2019

    Hi, my name’s Elisha and I’m a brunchaholic. Hiiiiii Elisha. It’s a serious condition. I’m constantly on the lookout for where I’ll get my next fix of eggs and mimosas. Most of my money is spent on these luxurious meals. I don’t care about going out for dinner. I want to go out for brunch.…

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  • 48 Hours In Amsterdam – How To Make The Most Of It

    February 14, 2019

    Weekend trips around Europe are quickly becoming my favourite kind of breaks. They require minimal effort (no visas, hand luggage and short flights), cost less (flights for £80 – whaaaaat?) and require minimal time taken off work. For my recent trip to Amsterdam, we didn’t need to take a single day off work. A super early…

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  • How To Stay Safe From Stalkers On Social Media

    February 5, 2019

    “More than a million British people are the victims of stalking every year.” At least that’s what a synopsis states introducing Channel 5’s newest binge-worthy series hitting our screens. The first episode of ‘Stalked: Murder in Slow Motion‘ hits our screens tonight (February 5th) and it feels like another in a long list of disturbing…

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  • Important Tips On How To Fly To America, Stress-Free

    January 5, 2019

    Well, to say that I’ve had a stressful few days would be an understatement. I was meant to go on holiday two days ago, on a sunny cruise vacation with my friend, out of Orlando, Florida. I was supposed to enjoy a week of relaxing, eating all the buffet food, and have my prosecco delivered…

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  • The 5 Life Lessons I Learned In 2018

    December 30, 2018

    2018 has been one heck of a year. I can’t say that it was a bad year because there were plenty of fun things that happened in it. But it was a year that came with plenty of heartbreak and life-changing lessons. As the new year fast approaches, it seems only fitting to look back…

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  • My Christmas Gift Guide With Infinity & Co Jewellery

    December 16, 2018

    Buying Christmas presents every year can be difficult. It’s especially difficult when the person you’re buying for doesn’t give you any clues what they would like. I have to admit, I am totally guilty of doing that. This year, everyone has asked me what I would like for Christmas and my answer has pretty much…

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  • Why My New Year’s Resolution Is To Reduce My Plastic Use, And Yours Should Be Too

    December 11, 2018

    Plastic is the devil. Well, no it’s not. But single-use plastic certainly isn’t good! On Wednesday evening I was invited to attend Hubbub’s Living With Less Plastic workshop, and it was a great eye-opener. Before I went, I was expecting to be completely overwhelmed by how much I would be taught and how nearly everything…

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  • REVIEW: Cinderella Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto, Leeds

    December 1, 2018

    It’s been a THOUSAND YEARS since I last saw a pantomime! OK, well that may be a bit of an exaggeration, but it certainly feels like it. The last one I can recall was when I was 6-years-old, so I’m well overdue a festive visit to see a panto. The idea of slapstick ‘comedy’ that…

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  • A Night Of Prosecco And Christmas Shopping With Harrogate Tribe

    November 27, 2018

    It’s exactly a month till Christmas! Well, just under now actually… So we all know what that means… Cue the mad dash to Boots to buy everyone’s last minute gifts. Every year I say that I’m going to gradually buy everyone’s gifts gradually so that I don’t leave it last minute and have no money…

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  • Monkeying Around At ‘Go Ape Temple Newsam’, Leeds

    November 19, 2018

    I was recently invited to try out the new Go Ape course at Temple Newsam. The adventurer inside of me was absolutely buzzing about it. And the worrier inside me was screaming, ‘BUT WHAT IF YOU DIE??’ Needless to say, the worrier in me had no need to panic. I had the best day and…

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  • Opening Night At Craft Asylum, Leeds

    November 18, 2018

    Craft Asylum at Granary Wharf opened its doors on Friday 16th November, so since it is close to my workplace it was mandatory to nip in for after-work drinks. Craft Asylum #1 is the creation of Salt Beer Factory, a local micro-brewery specialising in ‘unifying heritage and modern brewing’. Craft Asylum has popped up to…

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  • The Best Spots For Date Night Drinks In Leeds

    November 15, 2018

    Date night. We all have it at some point in our lives. Whether it is a scheduled weekly event with your long-term partner or you’ve started seeing someone, it inevitably comes around. I’m sure we can all agree that picking a venue for a date night is always a pain. Deciding on a nice location…

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  • Do You Ever Get Over Your Anxiety?

    November 7, 2018

    Anybody who suffers from spells of anxiety will know what a royal pain in the ass it is. It can ruin your day… your week… your month… or even your year. Or, hell, every year in some way! I guess no one told you life was gonna be this way… I guess I’ve always been…

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  • Potting Balls And Downing Cocktails At Junkyard Golf Club Leeds

    October 22, 2018

    Anyone who knows me knows that I love a novelty cocktail. I also love childish games like laser quest, bowling, running around arcades and crazy golf. So combine the two and I am in basic-white-girl heaven. Junkyard Golf Club Leeds recently opened in The Light, and it’s been on my to-do list ever since it…

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  • Six The Musical – The Feminist Musical Blowing Up London’s West End

    October 7, 2018

    The Tudor period was a time where women were the property of men and second-class citizens. So, I love that Six The Musical has given the fierce (and unlucky) wives of Henry VIII a voice, finally. And they are all badasses! Six The Musical brings feminism to the forefront of, pretty much, one of the…

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  • My Tips For Coping With Anxiety In A Busy World

    September 26, 2018

    This crazy world can be a bit overwhelming at times. Sometimes you can struggle to find the time to do the basic things. You know, like eat, sleep, and sometimes even breathe. There’s an obvious reason why there are such high numbers of people with anxiety nowadays and it’s because we are always on the…

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  • How To Spend 72 Hours In Split, Croatia

    September 20, 2018

    Back in June, we jetted off to Croatia for a week of sun, relaxation and Games of Thrones location sightings. Which was bloomin’ marvellous! We wanted to make the most out of our time so we split our week in half, spending the first few days in Dubrovnik and then spending our last 72 hours…

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