Lifestyle

It’s Okay, Not To Be Okay

More than ever, I think this is the time of year where we need to put ourselves first. Following on from Mental Health Week, it’s been a highly topical subject, but self-care should be important all year round. Although with the nights now drawing in and the rain continuing to...
Read More

Back to the 70s

There seems to be a real movement recently – both in fashion and interiors – for simple, soft neutrals and lots of texture.  In interiors especially, it’s a far cry from the slightly clinical, more Scandi-inspired trends we were seeing a few years ago where rose gold took precedence and...
Read More

The Rise of Normcore

I came across a new term earlier this week that I hadn’t heard before. Normcore. It’s a modern ‘fashion’ trend that has been making waves recently and becoming more and more popular. A term said to be coined in 2013 after it appeared in K-Hole’s first issue, “Youth Mode”, it...
Read More

Removed

I’m guilty of it. I bet you’re guilty of it too. In fact, I’m doing it right now.  There’s no doubt that our phones have become this century’s biggest accessory. While we often associate this addiction to technology with the younger generation, I actually think the older generation is just...
Read More

Start small

As more and more of us become embroiled in the 9-5 routine, even more of us are finding a solution and setting up a small business. Earlier this year, it was quoted that an average of 660,000 private businesses are set up every year – that’s around 70 new ones...
Read More

Millennial Burnout

I was reading an interesting article earlier this week about Millennial Burnout. If I’m honest, it isn’t something I’d heard much about before. On first glance, it may just sound like another excuse. A reason to dwell or simply admit that perhaps that’s why things aren’t working out or going...
Read More

The Beauty of Thrifting

When I look through my wardrobe – whatever the season may be – it’s true that a large proportion of its contents is in fact, second hand. A special vintage piece or a lucky thrifted find. It’s no secret that I love a good rummage through my local charity shop...
Read More

Groundhog Day

Growing up, I always enjoyed watching Groundhog Day. The story of a somewhat cynical man who relives the same day, over and over, when he visits the small town of Punxsutawney. Sometimes, especially as we get older, it can feel as though our lives follow a similar path. There is...
Read More

A Shift in Inspiration

Where do you get your inspiration from these days?  Do you still look to magazines as we used to for so many years? Longing for the next issue to come out so you could see and prepare for what the summer or autumn trends would be. Or, like so many...
Read More
1 2 3 53