Nothing is more inspiring than women who are following their passions and going after what they want in their careers. To launch our #DayInTheLife series In-spire LS Magazine and Contributor and entrepreneur Natalie Leonna caught up with career woman Shamele Cato who is the Digital Communications and Marketing Coordinator for rising fashion brand Waven to gain more insight into what a day in the life of a Digital Marketing Coordinator actually entails as well as showcasing her top fashion pieces from Waven as well as sharing her hand bag essentials…
With summer firmly on its way out, and as we cling to the few sunny days we have left for the year, it is usually time when we start to fall back on our workouts and grab some comfort food. Cold nights always seem to result in snacking, whether its dunking your biscuits in your cup of tea or having a cake at lunch or dinner, before you know it, the pounds you took off for summer have crept back on.
As a self-confessed food lover I was naturally looking forward to chowing down at the Brazilian themed restaurant Las Iguanas. It is a restaurant that I have walked past on many occasions with friends as we look at various restaurant menus, but on most occasions we opted to dine elsewhere. Not because it didn’t look tempting but because it was always busy with a long waiting time. So when the opportunity came to review Las Iguana’s in Brunswick Square, London, I did my happy dance.
While London has always had a lot to offer to by-night hedonists, the sheer popularity of the English capital’s best bars and clubs inevitably necessitates a reservations policy for many of them. Here is our pick of the best and newest London nightspots and how you can be sure of securing your place at them.
I was lucky enough to be invited to watch EX-PERIENCES at Lost Theatre in Battersea, London by the award winning blogger behind ‘Vex in The City’ and co-writer of Sky Living HD’s ‘Venus Vs Mars’ Delia-Rene. I will use the term lucky because her play ‘Ex-periences’ was simply phenomenal. You may ask why I am using such an immense term to describe this production; so let’s just say that Delia-Rene is gifted and I was simply blown away by her ability to write and put on a production which dealt with ‘real’ issues that any man or woman no matter their race or culture or religion could relate to.