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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
Jesรบs 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...

  1. 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)  
  2. G -string is no longer a G-String, it's an F-string, for FAIL. G-strings shouldn't pinch or provide discomfort. (It's probably too small and you need to invest in a comfortable minimal fit)
  3. Full knickers should provide comfy full coverage and not expose a left or right cheek.         ( full comfortable coverage from front to back is the fit you should aim for)
  4. Knickers in a twist! Your peach or apple bottom maybe a melon.( Get a larger size and snug fit may help)
  5. Rising knickers (means your knickers are too small and you need a larger size , go and           get your true size)
BANISH uncomfortable knickers today!

What if your phone is stolen or lost?

These days phones aren't just phones, they are photo albums, diaries, phone books and much more. Many people store personal data such as bank details and passwords, icons that provides instant access to their social network profiles and other personal information. Can you imagine what could happen if those details were found by a criminal


  1. Keep Your Phone Secured!
  2. Create a password
  3. Remember passwords and don't store them in the phone
  4. Add apps like picture gallery lock, mobile trackers via google maps or gps like 'Where's My Droid'
  5. Make a note of your IMEI, you'll need it if you need to report your phone stolen/missing .
  6. Mark the phone with initials or your postcode for ID purposes (maybe part of your postcode).

  • Contact your provider as soon as possible. It can then bar your SIM to stop calls being made on your account. This can take up to 4hrs to activate. Your provider can also stop anyone else from using your network service by blocking its IMEI. This could take up to 24hrs to activate.
  • You may be liable for all charges run up on your phone before you have reported it lost or stolen. This is usually set out in the terms and conditions of your contract. Therefore, you should contact your provider as soon as possible.
  • Report a lost or stolen phone to the police immediately and get a crime reference number. Remember your data is open to misuse and fraud.
  • Remember, if you have mobile phone insurance, you may be obliged to let them know within a certain time frame too.

To report your phone lost/stolen:


Call 333 free from a Three phone or 0843 373 3333 from any other phone

If your phone has been lost or stolen while travelling abroad, call +44 7782 333 333


If you’re a pay monthly customer, call 07973 100 150.

If you’re a pay as you go customer, call 07973 100 450.


Call 0844 8090 2020 (contract) or 08448090222 (PAYG)


Call 0845 412 5000 or +44 79539 66150 if calling from abroad


Pay monthly and business customers

Call Vodafone on 191 from another Vodafone mobile phone or 08700 700191 from a landline or +44 7836 191 191 if you are abroad.

Pay as you go customers

Call 191 from another Vodafone mobile phone or 08700 776655 from a landline or +44 7836 191 919 if you are abroad.

Tesco Mobile

Call 0845 301 4455 s

Virgin Mobile

Call 0845 6000 789


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