• Food,  Lifestyle,  Wellbeing

    How to drink less coffee

    After year’s of relying on coffee to get through the day, do you wish you could cut down to 1 cup at most (or none?) If you want to feel the benefit of cutting down on caffeine then read on to see some top tips on drinking less coffee day-to-day and the most delicious alternatives. Why drink less coffee? Does your typically caffeinated day would look something like this; wake up feeling groggy and have a huge mug of coffee,…

  • Abroad,  Features,  Travel

    Norway Travel Guide | Winter in Tromso

    Looking for Norway travel tips? Last March, Barefaced’s Editor went on the trip of a lifetime to Tromso, a city in northern Norway and the stunning cultural hub above the Arctic Circle. While it may seem a little premature to post a Norway Travel Guide for winter, this type of trip is one to plan in advance and get in your diary now! So, let’s hop on into my Tromso, Norway Travel Guide…   When to travel to Norway We traveled to…

  • Cruelty Free,  Food,  Reviews,  Uncategorized

    Favourite snacks: When only something sweet will do

    When my body need a bit more energy or I’m just craving a snack, I’ll often grab a banana or some dates. But you can’t exactly dunk a banana in your tea, so when I trialed the three all new-in snacks below, I was very excited! I can now enjoy that sweet treat with my cuppa (still in moderation, mind you!) while not straying off the path of health.  Doisy & Dam SNAPS These new superfood SNAPS are thin, crunchy…

  • Events,  Food,  Restaurants & Bars

    A Mexican feast of colour and taste: Frida Kahlo Afternoon Tea

    This summer, The Franklin will play host to Frida Kahlo fans across the globe, transporting them to Mexico to indulge in a colourful array of delicious treats. Drawing inspiration from the V&A’s hottest exhibition Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up, guests will sip on tequila cocktails, designed by multi-award winning mixologist Salvatore Maggio and enjoy Mexican delicacies including Flan De Cajeta, churros with a chocolate dipping sauce and beans and chilli sandwiches. See the full menu here. This fresh and colourful afternoon tea experience…

  • Food,  Food & Travel,  Recipes,  Wellbeing

    STRESS-BUSTING FOODS AS RECOMMENDED BY A NUTRITIONIST

    Have you ever had your stress levels lower and mood improve when eating certain foods? That’s not just because prior to eating you were ‘hangry’, but because the foods we eat day to day can have a huge impact on our mood and emotional state. With April marking the beginning of Stress Awareness Month, we speak to nutritionist Cassandra Barns to find out the top 5 stress-busting foods that can help bring about a sense of calm. Chocolate Yes, you read it right…