Mee CBD and insomnia

Struggling to sleep is a common problem experienced by many in the UK: 1 in 3 people suffer from general poor sleep and up to 1 in 5 people suffer from insomnia. Insomnia is regarded as the difficulty in falling asleep or staying asleep at night, and can affect daytime alertness, mood and the ability to concentrate during the day. Sleep and mental health are closely related, as living with a mental health condition can affect your sleep, and poor sleep can affect your mental health.

El Palace Hotel reopens its doors for a night of luxury in the heart of Barcelona

El Palace Barcelona reopened its doors on April 1st, and with its rich 100 year history and a star studded lineup of past guests, this 5 star hotel is not one to miss. The hotel embodies traditional Spanish style with elegance and luxury, so it is no surprise that past guests at El Palace include the likes of Hollywood stars Frank Sinatra and Sofia Loren. Located in the heart of Barcelona just minutes from the famous Las Ramblas promenade, El Palace is a firm favourite for those seeking a city escape that guarantees luxury and exclusive service.

Achieving the Sturmglow- Dr Barbara Sturm’s skincare line

The Flight Essentials Kit from Dr Sturm’s travel range is the perfect solution to puffy, dry skin as a result of travelling. Featuring six deluxe-sized products that come in a holographic travel bag, the kit includes the Cleanser, Anti-Pollution Drops, Face Cream Rich, Face Mask, Super Anti-Ageing Serum and the Calming Serum. From the moment your plane takes off, the Flight Essentials Kit has you covered on your journey and will ensure your skin is hydrated and rejuvenated by the time you land.

How to survive lockdown 3.0

I think I can speak for most people when I say I now look back at lockdown 1.0 with fond memories of enjoying the March heatwave, binging Tiger King and baking enough banana bread to feed a small country. The realisation that we are approaching a year since those blissfully ignorant days is a bitter pill to swallow. The UK is currently in the throes of national lockdown number three, and after spending 10 months in this limbo at-home state, I think most of us have learnt a few things about ourselves...

I'm Not Crazy — Body Talk Zine Issue 1

If “she must be crazy to be going to therapy” is a thought that crosses your mind when someone admits to seeing a therapist, it is time to alter your perspective on the topic. The process of going to therapy carries such a stigma with it in everyday life that it is no surprise people often feel too shy or ashamed to tell people they see a therapist, but with the growing acceptance and awareness of mental health in our community it is high time that this stigma be removed from our thought processes...

A guide to Amsterdam’s Dutch delicacies for vegans and their carnivore friends

In recent years Amsterdam has burst onto the scene as one of the world’s vegan capitals, with many of its restaurants and eateries making the transition from meat focused menus to incorporating more vegan and vegetarian options. Nowadays, it would be hard to come across a non-vegan friendly restaurant, so if you’re travelling in Amsterdam be sure to make the most of their incredible selection of vegan options...

Malasaña: Madrid’s coolest cultural neighbourhood

Known as the Shoreditch of Madrid, there is no doubt that Malasaña is Madrid’s trendiest neighbourhood, and with many options of things to see and do, this guide will help you pinpoint the best spots and hidden gems tucked away down its winding streets. To spend a day in Malasaña just like local Madrileños, split your day between eating, drinking, wandering around vintage shops, and seeing some of Madrid’s culture all in one. Synonymous with La Movida Madrileña, Malasaña embodies the liberal co

A vintage lover’s guide to Amsterdam

The demand for vintage fashion has skyrocketed in recent years with the rise of sustainable shopping; more vintage markets and thrift stores are popping up everywhere, and Amsterdam is no exception! A day in the Dutch capital would not be complete without a visit to some of the city’s best second-hand shops, as Amsterdam prides itself on being one of the world’s vintage capitals. From hand- picked boutique items to vintage kilo stores, Amsterdam’s narrow streets have something for everyone, so

Around the world with avocado toast: a comprehensive guide to the best avo across the globe

I’ll hold my hands up and say it: I’m guilty of being a stereotypical millennial. I love brunch, but more than that I love avocados. And you’ll hardly ever catch me straying away from one of the most trendy dishes in the foodie world: avocado toast. A staple amongst the Instagram bloggers and foodies of Gen Z, you can almost guarantee it will be on every brunch menu across the globe. Having started an ongoing list of the best avo toast in every city I’ve visited, I thought it was only fair that

A guide to Amsterdam’s many markets

With The Netherland’s long history as a trading nation, it is no wonder that its capital city boasts over 30 markets throughout the week, each in different neighbourhoods and offering a wide range of foods, clothing, and beautiful Dutch flowers. A trip to Amsterdam would not be complete without sampling traditional foods such as stroopwafels (caramel biscuits) and herring, as well as making the most of the city’s incredible vintage scene. Lucky for you, Amsterdam has it all! This guide will help

Madrid from above: the best rooftops and terraces in Spain’s sunny capital

As the days get warmer in Madrid, rooftops and terrace bars are the place to be to soak up the sun and enjoy a cocktail or two, so join the crowds on some of the city’s best rooftops to admire Madrid from above. Visitors and locals alike will often miss the beautiful Madrileña architecture when walking down its narrow streets, so heading to a roof terrace is the perfect opportunity to take in all the stunning buildings Madrid is famous for. With over 4,000 restaurants and bar terraces in Madrid,