Jamie Tolentino
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Jamie Tolentino has been interested in the marketing, PR and advertising sector since her high school years. This motivated her to undertake her very first digital marketing internship at 17. She took up a BSc Psychology at University College London (UCL) where she participated in a ton of societies and was an active member of the student union council. During her third year, she interned at Punktilio (now the social arm of Essence Digital) and subsequently worked at Quirk London to keep up with the latest digital trends in the industry. Now, she's happily working as a Digital Marketer at a Global Asset Management firm. Although her core strengths are research insights and social media, she also has a keen interest in the wider digital strategy, analytics/data and general geekiness, this is why you'll find blog posts on tech, enterpreneurship and other random stuff.

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Anti-Stress Rituals for Upcoming Brides

(0) Comments | Posted 14 July 2015 | (14:50)

Planning a wedding can be mega stressful. Whilst a little bit of stress can get you acting in a productive manner, a lot of stress will only wreak havoc on your appearance for the big day and take a toll on your health. Here are some rituals that you can...

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How to Say Goodbye to Winter Broken Skin

(0) Comments | Posted 7 April 2015 | (02:41)

Spring is finally here! Well, it technically started in March, but the weather still seemed like winter back then. However, it doesn't mean that the havoc that winter brought upon our skin is over. To get that healthy glow on our skin back, we ought to re-evaluate our skin care...

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How to Spend a Night at a Museum (For Real)

(0) Comments | Posted 16 February 2015 | (21:08)

Adult sleepovers, the type where you keep your clothes on all the time, don't actually happen much anymore these days. For some reason, it stays within the kid or teenage category. So when the Museum of London was putting on its very first sleepover (coincidentally on Valentine's day), I thought...

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Five Reasons to Take Cooking Classes as an Adult

(0) Comments | Posted 10 February 2015 | (16:04)

Cooking classes were fun to take as a kid because they made you seem more grown-up. Also, it was a really good excuse to make a mess in the kitchen and let the adults clean up after you. What with the proliferation of online recipes, how to cook videos on...

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Workout Wear You Should Invest in for 2015

(0) Comments | Posted 27 December 2014 | (15:09)

After the holiday festivities, sales are pretty much everywhere. Also, the fitness nut in you might start to feel repressed following the multiple Christmas lunches and dinners. Here are some essential workout pieces that you might want to invest in.

Shirt with moisture wicking fabric


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How to Winter-Proof Your Skin

(0) Comments | Posted 11 December 2014 | (00:37)

Winter weather can wreak havoc on your skin. The combination of freezing temperatures and central heating can leave you with dry, itchy and uncomfortable skin if you let go. With that in mind, here are a couple of simple to follow tips to get your skin looking healthy this season.

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Takeouts From Droidcon London 2014

(0) Comments | Posted 10 November 2014 | (01:08)

The Droidcon London conference this year focused on three main themes, namely the customization of Android, hardware and recruitment. Kevin McDonagh, CEO of Novoda, said that customization of Android is growing as different parties want their own version of Android for a specific use cases. Part of this is having...

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Kitchen Essentials Worth Upgrading to in Your Mid 20's

(0) Comments | Posted 9 August 2014 | (20:49)

As you start to settle down into the workforce rhythm and have a steady source of income, you should start to think about having a healthy lifestyle instead of the basic bare minimum that you had as a student. Whilst a healthy lifestyle involves diet and exercise, let's not forget...

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Tools and Tips to Help Get You a More Active Lifestyle

(1) Comments | Posted 14 June 2014 | (22:07)

It's not easy to start a routine of getting active as regular exercise requires some form of commitment and motivation. However, here are some ideas to make exercise or an active lifestyle more attainable.

Set out a regular time to commit to exercise
Block out some time in your...

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Alternative Ideas to Staying in Waiting Areas at Heathrow and St. Pancras

(0) Comments | Posted 24 March 2014 | (00:17)

If you live in London, you may find Heathrow and St. Pancreas two of the busiest points of departure from the city. However, there are better things to do in these ports instead of staying in the waiting areas if you've arrived early for your journey. Here are my top...

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Realisations on Being a Finalist for the CIM Marketing Excellence Awards 2013

(0) Comments | Posted 12 January 2014 | (15:43)

As the New Year dawned, I had been pondering on my highs and lows of 2013. When I tackled the career part of my life, being a finalist for New Marketer of the Year in the CIM Marketing Excellence Awards trumped everything else on the list. This category required nominees...

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Highlights From Droidcon London 2013

(0) Comments | Posted 30 October 2013 | (16:07)

Droidcon, the biggest conference for Android developers in Europe, came back to London last 24th-25th October, bringing with it the world's most futuristic Android technology and the leading lights of the Android industry. Members of the Android community got together for two days of discussion and discovery of the newest...

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The Housebites Experience of Releasing My Inner Chef

(1) Comments | Posted 8 July 2013 | (15:48)

Housebites.com is an online 'ingredients for a meal' delivery service with the mission of empowering people to cook. They deliver the ingredients for a meal for two to your doorstep along with expert recipes and tips.

They're offering their clients a chance to discover new ingredients and learn new skills...

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CodeMaker: Your Key to Understanding Digital Products for Non-Programmers

(0) Comments | Posted 13 May 2013 | (19:01)

CodeMaker is a course that claims to give you a deeper understanding of how digital products are constructed and how they function through learning about the fundamentals of coding. The course is taught by Peter Brownell, an experienced software developer and the founder and CTO of CodePositive.

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Startup Launchpad Is Back for a Second Round

(0) Comments | Posted 15 April 2013 | (02:18)

Recently, there has been a fair bit of attention placed on the growing need to connect a generation of young people with the opportunities, vibrancy and energy of small startup and SME businesses.

And so, on the 18th and 19th of April (this Thursday and Friday), the National Association...

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GetLunched Turns Your Lunch Hour Into a Networking Opportunity

(0) Comments | Posted 8 April 2013 | (01:52)

Let's face it, the usual lunch hour is spent buying your lunch outside and eating at your desk, or going to the gym. Occasionally, you'll spend it with a colleague or with a friend nearby. And after work, you would probably rush off to see your family or hang out...

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Don't Let Your Android Apps Eat Up Unnecessary Battery power!

(0) Comments | Posted 8 January 2013 | (00:24)

We all know that battery life is an important aspect of portable gadgets, especially for mobiles and tablets. However, the hardware manufacturers are not the only people responsible for maximizing your smartphone or tablet's battery life. The user and app developers are equally accountable as well.

On the user's part,...

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Droidcon is Returning to London for Its Fourth Consecutive Year!

(0) Comments | Posted 15 October 2012 | (01:31)

Droidcon London is Europe's largest Android event, bringing together key players in the industry as well as 1000+ talented developers and designers to discuss the best of business, design, and development on the Android platform.


This year's Droidcon, set for the 25th and 26th...

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LetsLunch Finally Puts the UK on its Plate

(0) Comments | Posted 1 October 2012 | (14:51)

LetsLunch globally expands its vision of 'professional networking through lunches' with a private launch in the United Kingdom. Two Saturdays ago, Christopher Pruijsen, UK country manager, and Syed Shuttari, CEO revealed version 3.0 of the service to an intimate group of early adopters at the Adam Street Private...

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Want to Enjoy a Bit of Imagination?

(0) Comments | Posted 8 August 2012 | (02:06)

With only a few days of London 2012 Olympics to go, chances are that it's already too late to get a ticket to any of the events - unless you have Olympic Family connections. However, it's still not too late to visit the National Hospitality Houses where you can meet...

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