Happy Valentine’s day with Nut Free Chocolate People
It is Fabulous February and love is in the air with the lovely nut free chocolate people and their marvellous mouth-watering delicious goodies.
No nuts? Well, there is no need to miss out on chocolatey treats this Valentines day, if you have an allergy, as the Nut Free chocolate people brand are spreading the love with their nice nut free chocolate range**
Valentine’s Day Gift Guide 2018 by Forkward thinking Foodinista
Love is in the air this February, so spread the love this valentine’s day with some gorgeous gifts for the girl or guy in your life.
Moneykissed.com, Chocolate and Love, Find Me A Gift, Gingersnap, Carluccios and The Artisan Olive Oil Company are great brands to pick up your loved one a much-deserved gift of love.
Say it with flowers, what better way to show someone you love them than with a bouquet of flowers, but with a twist. Roses are red, violets are blue sugar is sweet and so are you. Make your sweet heart feel loved this Valentine’s Day with these sensational sweet chocolatey red roses from Carluccios.
Veganuary 2018 with Mia Tui Vegan Accessories: January 2018
Veganism is a hot trend for 2018 and increasingly becoming a lifestyle choice for many. So much so that the official “Veganuary” charity has been set up to inspire people to try vegan not just in January, but throughout the rest of the year too. Why just change your diet, you could look at also introducing ethical Vegan friendly accessories into your life.
Founded by, business women and busy mum, Charlotte in 2010, while living in Vietnam, the award-winning Mia Tui bags are still produced in Vietnam in her friend Van’s factory where team work is a core value and together they aim to provide quality products at affordable process and deliver exceptional customer service. Their bag range are vegan friendly, as they do not use any animal based products which gets big thumbs up from me.
Escape the January Blues and Travel with Bizhop luxury Luggage Review: January 2018
British born brand Bizhop founded and invented by Iain Begg offers innovative luxury luggage for business or leisure.
Through personal experience, Iain and his team inspired by their own travel luggage experience’s have used this knowledge to redefine travel luggage with this ground-breaking travel gem and with it’s nifty hanger handle, let’s get the elephant out of the room, this is no ordinary suitcase!
Escape those January Blues and get on the road with Bizhop. On the road, travelling from City to countryside, taking a flight from London to Tokyo…well don’t forget one important thing – Bizhop.
Hoogly Tea and Lykke Happiness Book Review: January 2018
Tina Gloggengieser, from Aarhus in Denmark, now living in Brighton, is a keen tea enthusiast and creator of the sensational Hoogly tea range. Hoogly is the pronunciation of ‘hyggelig’. ‘Hygge’ is all about the Danish way of life and having a feeling of well-being and warmth the whole year round.
Mood Booster Journal Happiness Review: January 2018
Camilla Woolgar, followed her dream and inspirations to help people feel better about themselves. The idea around the journal is, that it can be used as a tool, when anxiety, low mood, stress and low confidence strikes, to motivate and bring back a little happiness into your life.
Speaking from experience, Camilla has previously suffered from both anxiety and depression during which time she found that writing notes which recall positive memories helped her throughout. However, in a time or turmoil, without aids or prompts, digging deep into the memory for positive memories can be an uphill struggle. This is where the Mood Booster Journal was born and along with her graphic design skills and influence from her native Denmark Camilla created a minimalist yet creative Journal with a simplistic but functional purpose.
Hodmedods Big Vegan Box Review Veganuary 2018: January 2018
The award winning Hodmedods brand base in East Anglia, founded by Nick, Josiah and William in 2012, was due to partaking in the successful Great British Beans trial project. For the purposes of the trial, a tonne of British-grown split fava beans was bought, home packed and distributed throughout the community with a postcard included for feedback.