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THIS WEEK - FUN ON THE FLOOR

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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…

Real Shopping!

SOMETIMES, you just have to get it by any means necessary even if it means making a few sacrifices for the next month or two. But if you're anything like me, what really hits the spot is grabbing that ridiculous bargain and I don't mean '3 for 2' hair shampoo...I'm talking about that great dress or cheap deal for that sofa or even tech piece that keeps you grinning for days.


Today my heavenly experience started when I randomly found a gorgeous dress and the price was knocked down three times...so I GOT IT for an amazing £4, yes. I purchased it in a department at Allders and I can't help think the floods of online shoppers have created opportunities like this. Small concession departments are just not getting much attention these days but from now on, concession departments will be seeing a lot more of me.



 

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  1. I'm just like you...I tend to be on top of cloud nine after grabbing a bargain,especially when its quality merchandise. sometimes i even feel guilty...like is this for real? $20.for a $250. item?...anyway keep it up ms.bargainista :)

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  2. Yes I know what you mean about feeling like is this for real...when the price is a fraction of the original price. You seem like a fellow bargainista knowing quality is still an important factor which makes a purchase even more sweeter.

    Thanks

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