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I escaped the biblical rain in London and fled to the Greek isles for an autumnal escape. After a short flight and bumpy motorboat, we made it to Paxos. Utopia. Nestled in the most fragrant of gardens, filled with Greek herbs, we found our little stone cottage. Glowing in the sunshine, the scent of lavender,
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Being a Glasgow native myself I could not wait to see which elements of my cities personality were chosen to go into the design of the Air Max 90. The Glasgow sneaker (pictured) pays tribute to the cities rebellious, joyous, forward-thinking community, continuously evolving and expectation-defying reputation. This Air Max 90 has a base of water-resistant, deep
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After a night in Stirling, I decided to head a tad further north to get a better feel for the car, so I set off in the direction of Glencoe – my favourite road trip destination! There were lots of parts of the C5 Aircross this I really loved, the panoramic sunroof, the 19″ alloys
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Under Wraps – The Londoner By: Rosie Some things are just too good to keep under wraps. Sometimes when you find that secret weapon, that thing that makes you feel like the very best version of yourself, you’ve just gotta shout it from the rooftops.  I learned about Heist Studios from a friend of mine
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It would be a crime to go to Cornwall and not completely pig out on the local produce. The veggies, the pastries, the cream teas, but most importantly the seafood. The restaurants are bursting with marvellous dishes, but the local shops are well worth a visit too. Not far outside of St Mawes we found
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Last time I told you all about our Cornish adventures, the beaches, the restaurants, all the good stuff. But I do have one more secret hidden under my hat. You see one of Cornwall’s best restaurants isn’t in any of its picturesque little harbour towns or even it’s land-locked villages. No, for this one you
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I always get a bit blue towards the end of summer. We hit August and everyone starts talking about autumn, the shops swap dresses for jumpers and everyone starts talking about going back to school. Unwilling to let go of the best season of all, I took my little family to St Mawes in Cornwall
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The only person more excited to start weaning than me, was Lily. They say to start at 6 months or when the baby shows “signs of readiness” – Sitting up with no support (for a little bit anyway) Can pick up and put things into their mouth  Holds their head steady  If you give them
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L’Isle sur la Sorgue, Provence – The Londoner By: Rosie Should you fancy a short break away, a long weekend perhaps, somewhere easy to get to, with wonderful food, pretty streets for wandering and endless antique shops for dipping in and out of, I know just the place. L’Isle sur la Sorgue is a vintage
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Good Gordes, Provence – The Londoner By: Rosie Gordes (pronounced “Gord”, so worthy of many a pun) is one of Provence’s prettiest villages. A dusting of golden houses, sprinkled across a hillside. I’ve written about it before when we stayed at the most beautiful hotel, hidden away on the cliff side. Even if you’re not
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