Olympus Trip 35: A Beginners Review
Lifestyle

Olympus Trip 35: A Beginners Review

A week before leaving home for California, I decided to snap up a film camera. My last one, a Minolta XG-M, did not fair too well at Oktoberfest. In fact, it hasn’t worked since. Prost, Oktoberfest! Naturally, I turned to eBay. If you’re relaxed on quality and are willing to take a bit of a risk, there are some film camera bargains to be had. Beware though, if a film…

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Thriva: Track & Improve Your Health
Health & Fitness

Thriva: Track & Improve Your Health

From heart rate monitors to Bluetooth scales, the options available to help us track our health and fitness are endless. Good news if we want to live a healthier and longer life. Bad news for our bank accounts. (By the way, THIS IS NOT A SPONSORED POST, it’s an unbiased review of something that has the potential to improve your health, and at the very least, track it). Thriva: What…

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California Road Trippin’
Travel

California Road Trippin’

Two wholes weeks of super scenic driving, covering a whopping 1600 miles and staying in 9 different places along California’s West Coast. This was mine & Hannah’s Pacific Coast Highway road trip. Stop 1: Los Angeles: 1 Night On this occasion, Los Angeles was unfortunately nothing more than a brief pit stop. A place to chill after an eleven-hour flight and a horrendous customs queue, USA style. This meant we…

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British Airways: Premium Economy Review
Travel

British Airways: Premium Economy Review

With an eleven hour flight from Heathrow to Los Angeles looming, I impulsively upgraded mine and Hannah’s travel class from economy to premium economy, or World Traveller to World Traveller Plus in British Airways language. FANCY, I know. I’m really not a fan of the whole flying palaver, so anything that claims to make the process easier or more enjoyable is definitely worth a go, in my opinion. Booking Upgrading was easy and…

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Run Fatboy Run
Health & Fitness

Run Fatboy Run

For those who don’t already know, I LOVE RUNNING. Why? It requires little to no equipment. Improvement is almost instant and directly linked to training. And it provides time to both think, or clear the mind, depending on what you need. In my opinion, running is the perfect sport. On a bad day, it’s a way of pressing the reset button, whereas on a good day, it’s a celebration of…

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