Coffee is great. Coffee is amazing. Coffee is life.
I may be a slight fan of coffee. It is one of my only sins and I indulge myself mercilessly with the dark, silky smooth beverage. Living in London, my addiction to coffee has only grown, alongside my exposure to countless incredible, gorgeous cafes. Check out the list below for some amazing cafes to sample.
London Pride, this weekend, ends the month-long celebration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) community. To make this year’s celebration even more exciting, 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act 1967, which partially decriminalised homosexuality. This was Britain’s first step in establishing LGBTQ rights, a step that finally culminated in full legalisation, in 2013.
We all know it. We all ignore it.
Air pollution is a topic we skirt around, pretending it’s not as bad as it is, especially as we can not even see it.
London is considered to have very high levels of air pollution. It broke its annual air pollution limit in just five days and at times it has been worse than Beijing’s notorious pollution levels. With superbugs having been discovered on the London Underground and car fumes having been revealed as the major cause of air pollution, it’s not looking good for the capital. Or, for our skin.