What’s a tea lover to do in Sri Lanka?

Sri Lanka is the country of tea so if you love the stuff you will definitely enjoy your time here. Nearly every way you turn you’ll see a tea plantation or two. Each boasts its unique blends and flavors, as well as delicious treats to eat with your tea.

Photo by Joe Roberts

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A solution to my struggle with cold sores? [ad]

If you follow me on Instagram (or know me irl) you’ll know I suffer terribly with cold sores. My first girls’ trip at 17 left me so run down my first one popped up, much to the suspicion of my then boyfriend.

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Microbladed brows: All your questions answered

I was too scared to have my eyebrows microbladed for a long time. I was worried about being stuck with a shape or shade that didn’t look right and I just didn’t know very much about the microblading healing process (I mistakenly thought my eyebrows would completely scab over).

On reflection, this is a slightly ironic concern as it looks far more natural than doing them yourself ever could. As my brows are fairly thin and very uneven, I was the perfect candidate and I regret not doing it sooner.

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How to celebrate Christmas with those you don’t often see

Ah, Christmas. Once the chaos of present buying is out of the way, it can be a golden opportunity for spending time with loved ones.

Photo by Kira auf der Heide

In particular, the festive period is often a great time to catch up with old friends. Is there someone you’re planning to meet who you haven’t seen in a while? Unsure of what to do together? Look no further…

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UK staycation: Three city breaks in England [ad]

Last weekend I returned to Leeds, where I went to university, for a weekend city break. I have always loved the coach (trains feel so clinical to me, I can’t relax), so I travelled there with National Express.

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