Month: June 2015


Tea-riffic for a banging Bootea… By Megan Mccorquodale I love tea. Its the warm feeling in your stomach at the beginning of the day or the haven at the end of a particularly bad one. Who knew it could help us all lose weight too? Bootea is a Teatox which comes in packets of 14 days and 28 days. As this was my first time ever trying it, I decided to buy the 14 day Teatox pack. This is hard to miss, with bold green, pink and white lettering screaming at me from the shelf in Holland and Barrett....

Read More

Fab Fats

Is our fear making us fat? By Sophie Dyer Okay, so the summer is round the corner and everywhere you turn it’s summer diet this, tea detox that. All so you look good in a bikini? Thankfully, recent viral campaigns have helped us approach getting bikini body ready in a more realistic and healthy way – with emphasis on loving yourself and being good to your body rather than how you look. However, if you look deeper into the issue, our relationship with food is really messed up. Go into any cafe at lunch time and you will see ‘carbless...

Read More

Orange is the new…back!

It’s back, it’s back, it’s back! By Sian Cooper The Netflix Original series Orange is the new Black released its third series earlier this week and it seems to be the only thing that everyone, including myself, has been talking about. The year long wait seemed like a lifetime and although I had managed to re-watch series one and two in that time, it couldn’t come around quick enough. After a tense ending to the second series and a hell of a lot of speculation, the show had a great place to return to with audiences asking a million questions. Is Alex back? Whatever...

Read More

Anthony Joshua

…the future of British boxing     By Samuel Constantino  With boxing starting to attract more attention, the sweet science is on the rise again in Britain. For too long boxing has been deprived of media coverage in newspapers, with other sports taking priority. Boxing is now starting to regain some its coverage in the media – largely due to Sky Sports’ commitment to the sport. In partnership with promoter Eddie Hearn, Sky Sports have raised the profile of the sport again – putting on regular televised shows and creating some big fights. There is a new found excitement for...

Read More
  • 1
  • 2