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What do your dreams say about your day to day life?

Dreaming Woman

Dreams have been an interest for humans since the beginning of time. Why do they happen? What do they mean? Many people brush off dreams as your sleeping mind creating images of things you have thought about or seen during your busy day. But, for the Surrealist art movement, dreams

Ethically aware brands say it’s time to care about what you wear

Is fast fashion on its way out? Ethically aware brands think so. The cheap materials, quality and questionable sourcing and manufacturing of products is beginning to outweigh the appealing price tags amongst many people, specifically the millennial demographic. The old quality over quantity issue is resurfacing and brands are encouraged

Perfectly summery vegan recipes

Okay, it's the UK so it's not really summer... but that doesn't mean our food can't be a bit more colourful and fun, right?? Here are 5 great vegan recipes by 5 great chefs to cheer up the gloomiest of summer days or take center stage at the BBQ. Cream Cheeze

BREAKING: Tequila is good for you so grab a lemon and some salt

Most people probably associate tequila with blackout nights, hangovers and the god-awful bitterness of biting into a lemon wedge. However, there have been a lot of studies proving that this clear or amber coloured liquid has a tonne of health benefits. Tequila is distilled beverage that comes from the region of Tequila,

Volvo to ditch diesel and petrol cars by 2019

Car conglomerate Volvo has made a recent statement that they will be the first to give up environmentally unfriendly diesel and petrol cars by 2019. Last year the company sold nearly 50,000 cars in the U.K. alone. Their new range of cars will be powered by battery or be an

Why Willow Smith’s music is worth keeping an eye on

Seven years have gone by since the annoyingly catchy 'Whip My Hair' single was released by Willow Smith. The daughter of celebrity royalty, Will and Jada Smith, has since been quietly releasing music into the ether - well, on YouTube and SoundCloud to be precise. Her channel 'Frequencies by Willow Smith'

All the art exhibitions you need to see in London this summer

Summer Exhibition at Royal Academy of Arts Until 20 August 2017 This famous annual exhibition hosts an array of talented new artists of various levels of success and is often a gateway into the art world.  This year it was organised by artists Eileen Cooper, and she features artists from around the globe such

Best independent restaurants and cafes in Bristol

WOKYKO Located in Bristol's new harbourside development, Wapping Warf, Wokyko is a small Asian diner set up in one of the shipping containers that make up Cargo. The restaurant was set up by MasterChef finalist Larkin Cen. You can enjoy fresh meals that embody the flavours and spirit of Asian cuisine,

Get lost in translation with these brilliant foreign novels

The Vegetarian - Han Kang (Korean) translated by Deborah Smith Winner of the 2016 Man Booker International Prize, The Vegetarian is a disturbing novel about the struggle for independence. The novel focuses on the changes that ensue in the life of Yeong-hye after she announces she has given up eating meat. Her