Tag Archive | women

Generation Social Validation

Generation Social Validation

I just read that takes on average 5 minutes and 45 seconds to get the perfect ‘impromptu’ selfie shot. 5 minutes and 45 seconds does not suggest one is capturing a candid moment does it? The effect of social media on how and why we receive perceived ‘validation’ through likes and comments via a screen […]

Who Says You Need Two? Monokini for breast cancer survivors shows us what’s really beautiful

Who Says You Need Two? Monokini for breast cancer survivors shows us what’s really beautiful

A picture popped up on my Twitter timeline this morning so utterly fabulous I wanted to derobe and dance on the desk with joy. This wasn’t the ‘latest’ from Kimye’s honeymoon (yawn), nor a particularly pretty yet completely financially unachievable new pair of shoes… but this. HOW FREAKING INCREDIBLE IS THIS?! This a woman who is […]

In A Spin? Review of Psycle London

In A Spin? Review of Psycle London

One dreary and moody not-quite-spring-yet evening as I scurried out of work with my head down in a hurried bid to dash through the Oxford Circus crush and reach my friend on time, I was halted by a glowing beacon of new shop frontage with clean branding and an enticing air of general wellbeing loveliness. Behold, Psycle. […]

YFT1 Published on Hip & Healthy – Chic Cycling

YFT1 Published on Hip & Healthy – Chic Cycling

So this is exciting. YFT1 has been published on Hip & Healthy – an online magazine focussing on fitness, health and well-being. For once I’m not wanging on about Type 1 *gasp* – this article is actually about cycling, something I rarely stop talking about now that training for The Big Challenge (which is VERY much […]