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Four Ways To Stay Safe When Going Back To The Office

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Four Ways To Stay Safe When Going Back To The Office

Since workplaces and schools are now reopening let's work together to be as cautious and mindful of everyone around you during this time. We’ve compiled together four easy things to do to keep safe! ONE Invest in biodegradable gloves to further eliminate surface-to skin contact, it also minimise you spreading anything onto other surfaces or items of clothing. By making sure it's biodegradable you’ll be helping the earth since plastic takes ages to decompose. Let's save our planet whilst staying safe! TWO Sometimes it's not always possible to use the hand sanitiser provided to you outside of the certain shops...

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London based Black owned Restaurants to support

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London based Black owned Restaurants to support

These aren't just restaurants we support once because Black Lives Matter is the trend right now, these are restaurants we can try and support whenever we can. Black lives matter today tomorrow and while we’re still alive. Let's help keep some money in our economy.  Trap Kitchen https://www.instagram.com/trapkitchen Trap Kitchen originally started out in the Kitchen of young entrepreneur Prince Owusu aka Shakka's house. It originally began as a collection service but after gaining thousands of followers on Instagram and gaining the attention of more on BBC's Million Pound Chef Menu they went on to launch the Manchester and London...

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Four places in London to spice up your 'Gram

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Four places in London to spice up your 'Gram

  Slowly but surely London and the world is starting to open up again (despite the conversations of a second wave). So If you are bored with your regular selfies and want to brighten and change up your Instagram feed and also have some cool places to visit with friends (while adhering to social distancing restrictions) keep reading because we have got you covered.    1. NEAL'S YARD Hidden behind a street in Covent Garden,  Neal's Yard features a cute courtyard where you can sit outside and enjoy a pizza or a beer on the cobbled street.  Top Tip: Arrive early to avoid any...

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Who we are shopping with this Black Pound Day!

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Who we are shopping with this Black Pound Day!

Oyaaa BPD is back againnnn! August 1st marks the first Saturday of the month which marks the new monthly Black Pound Day here in the UK. Black Pound day is an initiative started by Rapper Swiss to encourage us to spend our pounds in our community for the day.  In honour of this we here at the Froday HQ have compiled a list of all the black owned businesses we will be shopping with on this day. We have everything from hair and beauty to candles, diffusers, cakes and Durags!! Check them out below and get your shop on people!! ...

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Black Owned alternatives to Paks and Shabba

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Black Owned alternatives to Paks and Shabba

Chaleeee when the government announced the Covid-19 lockdown procedures none of us expected this to impact our hair and beauty shops. I mean SURELY SURELY the hair and beauty shops should be classified as essential businesses! HEH! come and see wahala! As Black people it is unfair we are not offered the simplicity of getting our shampoos, moisturisers, creams and hair products from the supermarket. But as Black people, one thing we know how to do is pivot and shift to the times sweetie! Quarantine enabled us to seek and find Black owned beauty shops and brands and you know...

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