Shopping for Feelings: How a Bad Mirror Can Teach you Good Marketing

A funny thing happened to me last Spring. I was going shopping for a new coat, but I couldn’t find the one I truly liked. You know the drill? You are looking for something very particular, but it essentially exists only in your own imagination. There is an old Russian movie where the main protagonist … Continue reading

5 Reasons Why Shopoholism is Good For You

We are living in the world were women addiction with shopping is exceedingly criticised. People never get tired of enlisting the range of disadvantages  But, is shopoholism actually harmful? After carefully analysing it, I came to a shocking conclusion that shopping can make a positive effect on one’s life in at least 5 different ways. 1. You Look Gorgeous! It … Continue reading

[Gotye Live] There Is More Than One Song to It

Gotye Hypnotises the Audience at HMV Apollo, London A couple of days ago I proudly announced to my colleagues that I am going to Gotye concert. – Wow! That’s cool. But, do they have any other songs apart from that “Somebody… something”?? the common reply was. It shouldn’t come as a surprise, that people are … Continue reading

Overhelpful Sales Assistants Kill Your Business

mannequins

Like any other woman, I love shopping. I enjoy entering the shop and quietly observing the current “repertoire”, weighting all the pros and cons, digging deeply into the available items, and carefully thinking how this new thing will fit into my life. However, there is one thing that is frequently spoiling my pleasure. The sales … Continue reading

Massage Your Ego in London

Those of you, who know the value of a good massage most certainly have their favourite salon, or practitioner. However, if you don’t, London with its large variety of choice might make things a little bit confusing. Where to go for your first treatment? Which places it is better to avoid? As a great massage … Continue reading

Staying in Eastbourne: Incredible Poshness of the “Grand Hotels”

море и песок

In the middle of Summer some of us might start thinking about alternative routes to the seaside. Brighton, the closest sea resort to London, is already becoming a sore in the eye. How about going a few miles further and finding yourself in less crowded but still incredibly pleasant Eastbourne in East Sussex? The road … Continue reading

Japanese Walks in London

Japanese Garden

When the first sparkles of sunshine are kissing your skin, you start wondering around the city in search for a good portion of fresh air and positive emotions. Forget about Brighton with its pebble beach and Hyde Park with people occupying every millimetre of the green grass. Don´t miss the opportunity to discover! If you … Continue reading

Aroma Massage at the Ginger Group

Those of you who are searching for a good massage in the City would be curious to try the Ginger Group salon, located in Covent Garden. It is very convenient to get there, especially if you are working near by. Just cross the corner of the loud streets and you will find yourself in a surprisingly peaceful venue, … Continue reading

The Coolest Bar in London

Below Zero Bar, London, Mayfair

If chilly weather is not enough for you this Spring, and you want something totally cool and exceptional, there is no need to fly all the way to Antarctica. There is one spot in Mayfair in the very heart of London, where the temperature stays below zero all year long. Since the moment of its creation Ice … Continue reading

The Islands of Colours – Murano and Burano

Бурано, Венеция

My trip to Italy was not limited to a single romantic route in Venice. Similarly to many other slash adventurers, I’ve decided to explore more of what this wonderful land has to offer, and of course, islands Murano and Burano where a must in my list. Both islands are quite similar. They are small, extremely … Continue reading

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