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I was selected to attend an event at the London Frame Studio
organised by Total Greek yoghurt and of course I dragged my
American guest along with me to share the experience.
We were happy/nervous pupils being taught how to Rumba, Salsa
and Tango by the pros - Dee Thresher celebrity fitness expert and
Jesús Reyes Ortiz Jr dance instructor from the US.

 O' yes, it was a PROPER work out whilst trying to not look like the odd ones out
...hard work! However, it was fun and very friendly, which helped us shake off
any embarrassment or pressure.

The class was rounded off nicely with a generous spread of tasty food,
refreshments and other great stuff courtesy of Total Greek yoghurt.
If you don't like the gym, this could be an alternative keep fit method for you.

Now I have the hunger for more Rumba dancing so 'Strictly Come' or 'Dancing with' -
here these happy feet come!

More Fun on the Floor

This time it was fun on the 6th floor, where I ate lunch at the London Ken…


OFTEN, we focus on the bra fopars and have so much guidance available to
ensure us girls have the right fit but what about the  right knickers FIT.
We can't solely rely on responses to "does my butt look big in this?"
or hope that no knickers will be the answer, it's just not good enough.

This is a sensitive subject and I am no stranger to that. We need to be aware
that it's not just the style that is important but also our individual size.

School girl error is believing our bottom doesn't grow or fluctuate as much
as our cup size and wear the wrong knicker bocker size for far too long.

You should be familiar with your size by getting a fitting or measuring from hip to
hip as well as your waist. SEE my knicker guide below.

5 signs that you're wearing the wrong size knickers ladies...

Nicker waistline is baggy and slipping down. (Elastic may be worn and tired, buy new     knicks to replace the old or get consultation on a correct fit)  G -string is no longer a…


FASHIONER Be prepared for a wardrobe malfunction which could occur anytime and anywhere.
Many people forget and then regret to NOT have emergency supplies in their car glove compartment, office draw or handbag to resolve a wardrobe disaster.
5 BASIC things you should have for fashion emergencies: Threaded needle in case of a loose button or your zip stops working and causes indecentexposure.Safety pin can temporarily replace a missing button.Hair band / hair pin for unruly hair or an emergency change of hairstyle .Clear nail polish to dab on ladder on your tights to stop the ladder worsening.Wet wipes for sticky moments without a bathroom near by.

 I have the above fashion emergency to help me,only £1. Contact me for further info.


MY DAY A           DAY      AT       WIMBLEDON                      

There's such a buzz in the tennis arena, that you can't ignore. Just have to succum
to the social vibe. Dress code: smart casual is a popular look at wimbledon and it's best to wear comfortable clothes if you plan on walking around or relaxing on Henman Hill

Yes, I had my strawberries and cream (all £2.50 worth) as it would be unthinkable
 to NOT take part in Wimbledon's tradition and eat the delicacy.

Whilst picnicing in court No2, I watched the following matches:
Ana Ivanovic (SRB)(14) v Julia Goerges (Ger) (22)
Jana Cepelova (SVK) v Victoria Azarenka (BLR) (2)
Also,  Marin Cilic (Cro)(16) v Sam Querrey (USA).
(The second longest game in the history of Wimbledon.) Imagine playing for 5.5 hours

Stretched my legs and walked up to Henmen Hill and watched Serena in the
ladies singles as she squeezed her victory. Quickly walked to court 12 to watch
the William sisters for a little bit. Perfect!