Freda – Created for Women by Women.

Introducing Freda: The new organic period care range for the modern women that is dragging femcare into the 21st Century.           #Freda Aimed at modern, health- and socially-conscious women, its tampons are made of 100% certified organic cotton that are biodegradable, hypoallergenic – and free from chemicals and synthetic fibres commonly found in some big brand tampons – whilst their pads contain 100% eco-friendly, biodegradable materials. Freda is on a mission to break down taboos and stigma by normalising conversation around periods. The company has been created for women by women – and portion of every…

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BRYT Skin Care – A perfect student saver!!

BRYT SKINCARE: New generation botanical beauty for women and men. British skincare brand BRYT is targeted at young people aged 18-30, and falling into that bracket gave me the prime opportunity to review it. With my skin going into shock over the Christmas period following chocolate overload, I was excited to get started with a new product routine. The package I received was super cute and bright, and draws you in with its positive looking product. ‘From the packaging to the refined, refreshing aromas that instil a sense of wellbeing, the BRYT Skincare range helps to treat, conserve and preserve…

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How To Break Into Blogging

Studying in any capacity is a daunting and difficult task. You’re taking in countless amounts of information, having to stick to deadlines, often feeling rundown and a little overwhelmed. Perhaps you’re fortunate and know exactly what your career path will be, or perhaps you’re studying without a definite clear path ahead, and choosing to follow a journey in an area that excites you. I studied theatre studies and had acting and creative writing in my vision from a very young age. After studying for my degree, I graduated without any clear mission of how to break into this big bad…

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Black Mirror Series 4: Review

Black Mirror has been the benchmark for cutting edge television since it first aired in 2011. Writer, Charlie Brooker, uses closed story arcs to depict numerous dystopian scenarios which usually have come about due to technology becoming detrimental to the world we know. But with the divisive series on it’s fourth season, can Black Mirror maintain its appeal?   USS Callister This star-trek inspired comedy-thriller was a truly excellent start to season 4. Despite some absolutely shameless netflix plugging within the opening scenes, this ended up being one of the most exciting, and also one of the funniest, Black Mirror…

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Career Success: 6 Very Good Reasons to Do an MBA

You’ve graduated from University, spent a couple of years in the business world and are making a name within the industry. Your performance is drawing consistent accolades from supervisors, and you are justifiably feeling good about the direction of your career. But is there more? One recommendation keeps falling on your receptive ears, “To reach the top, get an MBA.” You know that many upper-level managers recommend you getting one. But is this the right move for you? Is it worth the time, money and effort? For most, it’s a plus, for you pick up skills and expand your business…

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