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British women work the longest hours in Europe, with one in six Londoners putting in more than 48 hours a week. Apparently we’re prone to Competitive Work Late Syndrome; we’re trapped by the idea that working hard means working long … Read more →
Located down a cobbled street (hurry up mayor Gianni Alemanno and get those streets re-cobbled – we gave up on heels by the second day) close to the fashionable streets surrounding the Spanish Steps, near Piazza del Popolo … Read more →
Since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020, the priorities for UK home buyers and what they are looking for in a new home – particularly in relation to location and type of property – has changed significantly.… Read more →
Using clinically proven L-ascorbic acid at its peak concentration of antioxidant activity, the serum quickly absorbs and de-activates free radicals to prevent skin damage, helping to brighten skin and promote collagen … Read more →
How does stress affect the gut?
Stress can affect the gut in a significant way. You probably know this already, as you had experienced nausea before a nerve-wracking event or needed a quick visit to the bathroom during an anxiety … Read more →
Earlier this year, a new fine dining Italian restaurant opened its doors in South West London, on the affluent Fulham Road, Chelsea. L’Artigiano, which means, ‘the artisan’ in Italian, serves creative interpretations of the country’s classic dishes, using … Read more →
Luminescent Eye Shades are pearlescent, light-catching eyeshadows that wash the eye with multi- dimensional shimmer. These two new hues were created to pay tribute to—and to benefit—two endangered African species: the Grey Crowned Crane and … Read more →
Fine dining meets fashion in the latest concept from vintage fashion designer, Sister Jane and Latin American restaurant, Cha Cha. Perched on the corner of Golborne Road, in West London’s opulent Notting Hill, the restaurant is open throughout … Read more →
Do you live in west London?
We used to live in Fulham, west London – but we left for Buckinghamshire in 1999, as my wife, Clare (also a doctor), and I thought we should go somewhere with decent grammar schools. … Read more →