RANDY PAUSCH | TIGGER OR EEYORE

I think about Randy Pausch a lot, specifically his last lecture. More specifically, his Eeyore, Tigger analysis. You can watch it here Randy Pausch was a father of three boys who was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, a disease he fought time and again until the doctors found that there is nothing more they could do…

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MEGHAN, HARRY & THE PRESS

In 2007 we witnessed, the entire world witnessed, the breakdown of Britney Spears. So public and so undone, we witnessed this young woman whose career was on course to make her a bonafide legend in the industry, come apart before our eyes. The press ran its stories with searing and jeering headlines, putting it all…

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HOME | ANCHOR PIECE

I remember the day I bought this chest, I’d touched down from a whirlwind trip from New York, whistle stop to literally swap suitcases in London and jump on another flight to Bologna for work. Having landed in Bologna bleary eyed and bushy tailed I needed to kill the jet-lag about to set in so…

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DKNY Crosby Shoulder bag

Details; a deliciously tan, structured satchel, oozing with style. Rigid in structure, fluid with charm, a detachable shoulder strap and double flap gives this bag even more versailtiy with vintage touches. Subtle hardware with the swish turn lock and logo’d pocket inside divider makes this bag an even more perfect fit for any lifestyle really.…

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TOPSHOP- IT SIMPLY NEVER GREW UP.

“Meet me outside old Topshop” is going to be the thing going forward, which in itself will signify the gaping hole the high street giant will leave in its demise. We didn’t even have to specify the location because we knew which Topshop location became such a cult for meet ups. I am an Oxford…

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CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER…

They don’t make them like this anymore. There is a plaque in my apartment that I handmade, fashioned from IKEA shelves, painted white and on it are the notes of Edelweiss, from Rodgers and Hammerstein, the best score ever, in my opinion. The Sound of Music was of my generation even though it was decades…

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QUICK! BURN THE BRAS

Growing up, I remember being impatient to wear a bra, it was the ultimate coming of age moment, the last frontier following being allowed to read mills and boons way too early and thongs… please do not get me started on that. Now, so late in life, I cannot understand the hypnosis I must have…

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GOOD FRIDAY- NEGRONI

This week has been a long year, January has been a long decade, the thirteenth month of 2020 if we are being frank. As much as I love a new beginning, I have never been a January person, nor a Monday or morning person and still we move. We made it to the end of…

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46. NOT JUST ANOTHER WEDNESDAY

I didn’t think we’d make it to today without further incident. Three Wednesdays before this, the world witnessed an insurrection incited by the president of the United States. The Wednesday after that, said president was being impeached in a most bi-partisan effort and this Wednesday, a new president has been successfully inaugurated as the next…

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The Naked Series

New on the travel market place this month is the naked series. An adventure spanning London, up to Sussex and across the Channel to a sleepy little village in France, Samoëns. January is a time when the world goes quiet and nature catches its breath in order to push forward. A season of rest when…

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