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Top Health & Wellness Questions Answered by a Nutritionist
This week we caught up with founder of Wiseater Nutrition Shannon McCarthy – Williams. Shannon’s initial interest for nutrition was sparked when suffering from cystic acne forced her to look more closely at her diet and how this can affect and improve your mind, body and mental health. Fast forward a few years, Shannon is now a qualified Nutritionist who works with a range of clients to help them achieve optimum health and nutrition.
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Fast Fashion: The Devastating Impacts
With #secondhandseptember starting to fade in our rearview mirrors, the topic of ‘fast fashion’ has never been hotter. According to Greenpeace, fast fashion has risen 60% over the last 15 years, racking up consumers carbon footprints, and causing serious damage to our climate.
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Our Favourites from the Indie Beauty Expo!
23rd October 2019, Cohorted Communications attended the Indie Beauty Expo; an event to showcase and celebrate the best independent and upcoming beauty brands in the industry. After attending the 2018 IBE (Indie Beauty Expo) convention, we were excited for what the 2019 event exhibitors had to offer. There’s nothing like a day trip from Leeds to London, to meet exciting brands who are ready to take the beauty and skincare market by storm, to get us going!
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27 Nov

Getting Christmas ready with Joanie Clothing

The countdown has begun… Town lights have been officially switched on, and the festive fanatics among us have started putting up their trees! Christmas 2019 is nearly here and we’re starting to feel that warm Christmas feeling! But as our Christmas to-do lists grow, the one thing that often slips our mind is outfits. So, we’ve teamed up with Joanie Clothing to bring you a Christmas lookbook, to ensure you’re looking fabulous for sparkle season!...
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25 Nov

Make Someone’s Day

It's November; our summer holiday is a distant memory, and we’re not quite ready for the carefree attitude and glittering excitement of December. It’s dark, cold and all too easy to feel a bit sorry for ourselves. Need cheering up? I’m a big believer in self-care, and making someone else feel good is an incredibly powerful and less obvious way to break a negative cycle....
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15 Nov

An Unforgettable Dining Experience at Dakota, Leeds

Located in the heart of Leeds, is the ever-so sophisticated, brassiere-inspired, Dakota Hotel and Grill. With a reputation for high-quality food and drink with impeccable style, all situated with elegant surroundings, their menus are open for both hotel guests and the public. Known as one of the best restaurants in Leeds, Dakota Grill presents the finest quality of seasonal produce, not to mention the beautiful presentation and perfect balance of flavours.

  With their newly appointed chef, Craig Rogan, comes a new menu. The Executive Head Chef at Dakota Leeds, has recently said: “I am delighted to reveal a menu that captures the luxury essence of Dakota while capitalising on our wonderful local heritage. I wanted to refine...
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8 Nov

Dom Seeley: Exclusive Interview with Huda Beauty’s Hair Stylist

From offering free haircuts to passersby on the street, to styling the likes of Kendal Jenner and Huda Kattan, this month I caught up with the lovely Dom Seeley who was nothing but humble and modest throughout. Starting as a rouge teenager who fell into hairdressing, over the years Dom has earnt his credibility and now travels the globe styling celebrities and exclusive clients. We were fortunate enough to catch up with Dom on the highs and lows of his success, his holy grail hair tips and products he swears by...
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7 Dec

The Good Life: Learning To Live Again

It was three years ago. I was completely fucked. In and out of hospital, barely able to haul my petrified body out of bed. Diagnoses of leptospirosis, post viral syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, postural hypotension, sensory intolerance, multiple food intolerances, oesophagitis, gastritis, peripheral neuropathy, neurological damage, histamine intolerance, anxiety, and ‘tropical disease unspecified’ attached themselves to my identity with more velocity than getting five different colours permanently streaked through my hair and buying baggy ripped jeans did when I was seventeen—who was I now? A medical anomaly. A sick person. Fucked....
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6 Dec

La Dolce Vita – Brunch at Theo Randall’s Restaurant

Having never been to London's infamous Intercontinental Hotel before, when I was invited to sample the La Dolce Vita Weekend Brunch menu at Theo Randall’s restaurant (Theo was previously head chef at the River Cafe for 15 years) I jumped at the chance, and it did not disappoint. Theo launched Theo Randall at the InterContinental, in November 2006 and his commitment to delivering rustic produce-driven Italian food has earned him loyal followers and rave reviews from critics and food-lovers....
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5 Dec

Wrapping paper hacks to make your Christmas easier

You've done it! You’ve hit December, survived the constant carols and your two-week break from work is just about to begin. Thank goodness. Except, ah – there’s a pile of presents hidden in your wardrobe that you’ve still not got around to wrapping, and of course, they’re all awkward and unwieldy. Well, stress no more! We’ve got all the tips and tricks to make that present wrapping a total breeze; you can even do them with a glass of wine in the other hand. Check out our 6 top wrapping hacks and make Christmas a little bit less stressful....
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