Whether it’s sports watches or fitness trackers, with the intention of simple step counting or tapping into heart rate data, the wearable technology that many of us are familiar with is already of a bygone era.
Companies began to see past these simple pieces of tech 20 years ago, envisioning a world where our clothing is digital, our physical wellbeing is monitored, devices are integrated into our healthcare system and virtual reality completely changes the way we exercise.
Read the full feature written for wareable.com here.
‘London’s best kept secret’ is a phrase regularly thrown around to describe trendy food spots, hipster bars or hidden landmarks and greenery.
It is a cliché I have determinedly sought to avoid in my writing, but how else to describe a hidden Masonic Temple in Liverpool Street? What better place to do Vinyasa yoga in London?
Can you ever fully trust somebody you know is capable of having an affair, even if it was with you?
More than one third of people in the UK admit to being unfaithful and, when this is disclosed to their partner, only 30% of marriages or long-term relationships end. That said, a couple lacking history and strong ties such as children are much more likely to go their separate ways.
Whatever the relationship was, when a person does decide to leave their partner for someone they met through an affair, what are the chances things will last?
Read the full feature written for Metro.co.uk here.
He’s been blown up, dragged down a runway by a parachute attached to a driving car, squashed by a prison van underwater, been face-to-face with a 300 pound tiger shark and his name is Dan Dark.
But he’s not a new superhero about to hit the screens, he is the managing director of Warner Bros. Studios in Leavesden who oversees everything going on behind them.
These incredible feats took place long before the studio set up shop in the location of an old Rolls Royce aircraft factory. Having been part of the industry for his whole life he has quite an incredible career reel.
Read the full interview for the Watford Observer here.
I have dreamed of going on holiday alone for almost two years, but have always been a little afraid to bite the bullet.
After moving into a studio flat in May and realising how much I like to be alone – please think of me as a lone wolf rather than a hermit – I knew I was ready for a long weekend away.
So I went to Montreal, which I realise is very far away for a first timer, but it turned out to be the ideal location for a lone traveller.
Published for Newsquest Media London.