Ever wonder what it would be like launching your own business? What would you sell/offer? What resources would you need? Where would you even start? For Cardiff-based nail technician Izzy McAllister, the COVID-19 pandemic gave her the room to think about these questions more clearly and put her ideas into action. As a jewellery enthusiast herself, she spent a lot of time scrolling through numerous … Continue reading In conversation with Giddy Friday’s Izzy McAllister
If you’re living in the UK, you’ll know that it’s already been an entire year since all record stores, alongside other ‘non-essential’ shops, were forced to close their doors. Thanks to COVID, the past 12 months have been nothing short of a rollercoaster ride for record stores across Bristol and, of course, the country. With new rules implemented seemingly overnight, it raised many questions on … Continue reading Lockdown, Brexit and reminiscing on the old times: how have the past 12 months impacted Bristol’s record stores?
Welcome to the first edition of The Second Hand Style Edit. The series will involve sharing some of our favourite second hand fashion finds from recent months, hopefully showing that you don’t always need to shop brand new when updating your wardrobe. There are many amazing ‘on trend’ and vintage second hand pieces to be found (for a fraction of the original price) if you … Continue reading THE SECOND HAND STYLE EDIT
Spoilers ahead TW: mental health/suicide I picked up The Midnight Library as part of the ‘Gals who Graduate’ book club in a bid to get myself reading more books that I wouldn’t necessarily try out otherwise. Despite the heavy subjects of mental health and suicide prevalent throughout this book, I found it surprisingly easy to read, which is very unusual for me. I found Haig’s … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE MIDNIGHT LIBRARY BY MATT HAIG