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                                                       Too Good To Go

Too Good To Go 

Every day, delicious and fresh food goes to waste from restaurants, cafes, bakeries, hotels, and shops – simply because it hasn’t sold in time. Tackling food waste is one of the most important things we can do to reverse the impact of climate change, and with businesses throwing away ⅓ of their food on average, this is no easy feat. Too Good To Go lets you browse all the surplus food in your area that’s about to go to waste, which you can buy and collect at only a fraction of the price. While you won’t know exactly what you’re ordering before you pick it up, there is a selection of restaurants and food outlets to choose from on the app, with helpful reviews and information about your order.

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                                                        The Fuselage

The Fuselage

If you’re planning ahead to the half term, or looking to escape the crowds of the school holidays, this charming cabin in the Cotswolds is the perfect setting for an autumn getaway. Step into this magical wooden retreat, fitted with a wood fire burner, soft and simple decor, and fully equipt with boardgames and a trampoline, this is the ultimate choice if you’re looking for a cosy escape to the countryside. Sleeping up to four and with pets welcome, you can spend the day exploring the area – taking a country walk to one of the local pubs, or unwinding around the fire bowl on your private outdoor camp kitchen.

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                                                       Clothes... And Other Things That Matter

Clothes... And Other Things That Matter by Alexandra Schulman

Alexandra Shulman, the former editor in chief of British Vogue (and the longest-serving Editor of the magazine’s history) certainly knows a thing or two about clothes. Taking inventory of every item in her wardrobe, each chapter guides us through everything from the bra to the bikini, the suit to the slip dress, and how each of these precious items have signposted her life. This warm and thought-provoking mix of memoir, fashion history, and social observation is a homage to the power of clothes, as they intersect with the larger world to shape our relationships, careers, and identity.

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