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Anna Fill Interviews

Anna Fill meets Chris von Ulmenstein: Apricale Adventures

Apricale is the hilltop village in Liguria that attracts visitors from all over the world. Whilst sitting in my local bar one summers day, I had the pleasure of meeting Chris von Ulmenstein. Chris was on an adventure of discovery but this was no ordinary journey... Read more

Sunday, 24 December 2017    Section: Anna Fill Interviews

People and Places

Gambia, gondolas, gone... but never forgotten: Khadija Saye

A fire ripped through a tower block in London earlier this year claiming the lives of 'too' many people. It should never have happened but it did. I was overwhelmed by one of the victims, who I am sure would prefer to be remembered for her empowering 'I can do this' mentality: Khadija Saye was a photographer and her work was being shown at the Diaspora Pavilion during the Venice Biennale. Read more

Tuesday, 5 December 2017    Section: People and Places

General Articles

Are you in the right relationship?

This month article by our coach Judy Churchill was inspired by recent revelations in the media of a forthcoming Royal wedding. And the question Judy asks is 'Are you in the right relationship? Read more

Friday, 1 December 2017    Section: General Articles

Events

Vivaitalia (Britalia) this December 2017

Welcome to December 2017 - Upcoming meet-ups with Vivaitalia... Read more

Friday, 1 December 2017    Section: Events

General Articles

Things happen... No rhyme, no reason.

Sometimes in life things happen... What is important is how we deal with what has happend, how we cope and how we move forward... Talking things through can be the catalyst that helps you to get back on track... Read more

Thursday, 30 November 2017    Section: General Articles
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Books and Films

Sarah's Vignettes: CWA Anthology of Short Stories: Mystery Tour

Sarah Swan just loves to read books, books and more books. For this December Sarah has chosen to review 'CWA Anthology of Short Stories: Mystery Tour'... Read more

Thursday, 30 November 2017    Section: Books and Films

Art and Artists

Featured Artist: Franco Negro

Following a visit to Castello di Montaldo, I came across a painter, Franco Negro, whose works adorned the walls of the beautiful castle... Read more

Thursday, 30 November 2017    Section: Art and Artists

People and Places

Castello di Montaldo: Through the looking glass

When I had the opportunity to visit this castle, wild horses were not going to stop me... The amazing castle sits in the wonderful region of Piemonte, Italy, only 20 minutes from Turin and in my role as a wedding celebrant, I was on a very special mission... Read more

Wednesday, 29 November 2017    Section: People and Places

General Articles

Money Talk: Women and Finance

Women and money... Lorraine Chekir is a financial planner and gives some very valuable information on how women can take better care of the finances... Read more

Monday, 27 November 2017    Section: General Articles

Fashion

Flirting with fashion: J Zukur

For many aspiring fashion designers, having a creative talent does not guarantee a succeesful business? It's a very competitve industry and perhaps the key to success is being niche, having the confidence to know who you are as an artist and having a very good business head on your shoulders. Meet Evgenia Tsukur. Read More

Saturday, 25 November 2017    Section: Fashion
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