Tuesday, December 12The Voice of London

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Shopping on a budget done right

Shopping on a budget done right

Fashion, Featured
It is officially December, which also means that we officially should start thinking about Christmas shopping. There are so many presents to buy and so much money to spend. So what a better time to practice the one tip, which we want to give you today, that will improve your shopping skills? Contemporary designers do a really good job producing inspiring, yet insanely expensive garments. We all wish to simply copy an outfit from the catwalk or our favourite magazine or Instagram and paste it into our wardrobe. Would that not be amazing? More like a paradise. But since none of us has such magical powers we are all constantly looking for affordable alternatives to fill our desires. Throughout the years a lot of brands have mastered the so-called "fast fashion". Today there is a varie
Mr Gainz Daily and his baby

Mr Gainz Daily and his baby

Featured, Health & Fitness, Lifestyle
Who is he? What is Gainz Daily? And why should you know about it, if you are into fitness? He is an ex-professional football player, personal trainer, and entrepreneur. He is nothing different to any other guy you’d see in the gym pumping weights every day. But he is special, in a way, because people call him Gainz Daily. Big Camo Canada Goose jacket, loose black track pants, and a strapback with his brand’s motto “I deserve more” on the back of the hat. Nick Salapatas, the British born Greek is standing right in front of me with a carrier bag printed with his newly established brand’s logo on it, Gainz Daily. The first impression is friendly, with a big smile on his face, he gives me a warm hug and greets me on both cheeks. Unlike other gym gurus, Nick doesn’t appear  in ex
When a house is not the aim but the means

When a house is not the aim but the means

Society
The lack of affordable houses in London left many looking for different kinds of accommodation. Living as a guardian seems to be the ideal solution for some noisy (and penniless) musicians. We, millennials, have been accused of not caring enough about the future, that we don’t save for a house, that we should stop eating sandwiches in coffee shops and start saving money now to buy a house in ten years’ time.  But is it crossing anyone’s mind that we live a life that neither consists of saving nor of spending money because we just don’t earn enough? House prices seem to be going down, or at least that is what has been said by property agencies. But, when we talk about finances nothing is really so straightforward and a few words may change the whole story. House prices are not going do
I get food but, does food get me?

I get food but, does food get me?

Featured, Food
Food is a big part of everyone’s lives (especially mine)… pretty much ever since anyone can remember. It helps us grow, helps us get energy and has made us all “strong boys”. Queue the Pinocchio imagery, please. Food is all people think about when say, stressed, happy or sad. Many people say that after a breakup, one should buy a large tub of ice cream (and cry their heart out) or, when feeling happy should order a takeout pizza. Aside from the gratification one gets when opening the pizza box to reveal its contents or, carefully peeling the lid off the ice cream; Milica Cosic set out to find out why food has the effect on us that it does? Milica spoke to three nutritionists, all with different backgrounds, who answered her questions and queries about the link between emotion and foo
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