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Samantha Clark

Sam is a recent graduate from the University of the West of England where she obtained a degree in Business studies with Marketing, it was her passion for her blog: www.anythinggoesforwomen.weebly.com that inspired the launch of Anything Goes Lifestyle. In her personal time Sam loves to read, going to the theatre, is passionate for Costa coffee (can’t function without it), shopping (favourite pastime) and spending time with friends and family (including her two kitties: Simba and Nala)

It’s said that one half of our brain is more dominant than the other. Would you say you’re more creative, which is said to be a characteristic of the...

In a study published earlier last year, it was found that a staggering 1 in 10 women experience sex as painful; a condition known as dyspareunia. Although...

Did you know that the skin around the eye area is the most fragile and sensitive than on all of the face? It’s why it’s more prone to sagging, damage,...

We’ve been so fortunate with the weather lately and I am sure the weather, and good times are sure to continue. As such, whether you’re planning on...

We know that our lifestyle choices such as alcohol consumption, smoking and a lack of exercise all have an effect on how well we age. But when we talk...

A couple of weeks ago we put the 30- day workout to the test to see whether you could, in 30 days see changes to your body. As we all know, diet and exercise...

Looking to change your hairstyle? Whether you’re thinking of going for a short cut like the bowl, pixie or bob or considering whether it’s...

Looking for an update on your summer wardrobe? You’ll love our latest competition then. We’ve partnered with Pink Clove to offer one lucky ready a...

You go through a lot of changes when you’re pregnant. You’re suddenly on a restricted diet where some seafood, cheeses and nuts are suddenly off limit....

You don’t need fancy equipment to get your exercise on. In fact, your body is sufficient enough of a tool to help you improve your fitness levels and...

Who doesn’t love the sweet taste of summer; strawberries, ice-cream, raspberries, afternoon teas. Like any good occasion or season, it’s sure to centre...

The summer holidays are now officially underway. Whether you’re organising a staycation with a few day trips here and there or you’ve booked a break...

It’s always good to experiment with food. But when cooking with something relatively new, it can be difficult to know where to start. That’s how we...

There’s no doubt that Cuba has an allure about it. A Caribbean island with that well-known laid back vibe, famous for the vintage cars, rustic buildings,...

We’ve created this super handy cooking/baking conversion guide for you, our lovely readers. It includes the various oven temperatures; weight into...

Short on time and money but still wanting to look your best? We’ve found a pretty good solution. Let us introduce you to 20 minute treatments. We’ve...

Type 30-day workout into Google and you’ll get 460 million results. You’ll find apps, videos, infographics and articles providing you with a 30-day...

Intrigued by our review of Good As You, want to explore it for yourself? Well, you can. As we’ve got a copy to giveaway to one of our lovely readers! For...

You’ll generally have trusted traders on hand for when various things crop up; you’ve a go-to handyman, plumber, electrician, pet sitting service etc....

This month we’re trialing a number of recipes from the interesting new cookbook by Helen Thomas; The Aubergine Cookbook– look out for our review...

The summer holidays fill us with both anticipation and dread- what can we do to keep the children entertained whilst in the process keeping us sane? Whether...

Sun’s out, legs out. As my legs spend a majority of time being covered up, I’m honestly not overly confident about getting them out.  They lack tone,...

Hands up if you’re loving the glorious weather we’re having at the moment? Now jump up and down if you’re in desperate need of some new sunglasses...

In our latest Let’s Talk health feature we decided to take a slightly different angle. For June, we’ve spoken to Tom Purser from the National Autistic...