Paper Chase, a favourite among the UK public for Christmas gift shopping and wrapping papers, recently faced some negative feedback from customers on Twitter over their promotional partnership with the Daily Mail. https://twitter.com/StopFundingHate/status/931804462401892352 The stationery company expressed regret and promised to review all customer feedback. https://twitter.com/FromPaperchase/status/931885424909398016 What followed was a massive wave of people expressing their disappointment-- some saying they would revoke customer loyalty by switching to different brands. https://twitter.com/ljmgordon/status/931903523264057344 https://twitter.com/LucyTheSingerUK/status/931914774614507520 https://twitter.com/lotusflowerldn/status/931843211219427328 #StopFundingHate, a hash...
The task had been set, I had visited three of London’s best cheese toastie hotspots. I had done my research, tasted the toasties and I was going to try to use this knowledge to create the perfect one. You may be asking yourself, but why all of this effort for a cheese toastie? It’s because it's never just a cheese toastie. It's so much more, it's comfort and just what all of us need as the temperature starts to dip outside. You have to check out the video below to experience my passion towards this issue and hopefully it will urge you to get a load of cheese in and get creative. I used various elements from the three toasties which I had tasted in the capital at Melt Room, Pickle & Toast and Kappacasein and constructed my recipe. Here it goes: Ingredients: 100g
There is no denying that veganism is on the rise - more than 90% expansion in 'vegan' searches, according to Google Trends, and 40% increase in vegan sales. Great news for the animals and the environment. But do we really care about the ethics? Or, is there something more? When I turned to plant-based lifestyle almost four years ago (WARNING: a cringy remark to follow), I entered the euphoric galaxy of ultimate enlightenment. Suddenly, the blurry interconnection between nutrition and overall health grew clear. Like many, I had had a long history of subconscious dieting, cleansing and starvation that always had the same grand finale of bingeing and gaining back double the lost weight. And, like for many, veganism was my last resort. I too, was well-aware of the dark secrets of t
Medical reasons or pure vanity, why do so many millennials turn to breast surgery? Breast augmentations and implants may not be as popular as 10 years ago but breast surgery continues to seduce more and more young people worldwide. The development of new plastic surgery techniques and procedures such as remodelling or lifting makes boob jobs very popular especially with the X generation. Leopoldine, a 23 years old French law student had breast remodelling for her 18th Birthday. Meghna, a 20 years old Indian student, on the other hand, had breast surgery for medical reasons. These two millennials shared with us the story behind their boob jobs. The culture of social media and selfies has changed people’s perception of their physical appearance. It became an obsession for the youn