A bunny is for life not just for Easter

As Easter is fast approaching so is the urge for parents to get their child a pet rabbit as a ‘cute surprise.’ An urge that should quite frankly be ignored. Rabbits are complex animals that require a higher amount of care that many don’t anticipate and are they are often unknowingly neglected as a result. Rabbits may be small creatures, but they require large spaces … Continue reading A bunny is for life not just for Easter

“People have even gone as far to say I’m a waste of oxygen and I should kill myself”: The Ugly Truth About Women’s Involvement In Football

Woman’s sport successes have become more acknowledged and celebrated worldwide in the last two decades, which begs the question why are female athletes and fans not given the same respect as their male equivalents? It is common for girls to attend football matches and even play for football teams growing up but unfortunately the silly and childish attitude of ‘football is a boy’s sport no … Continue reading “People have even gone as far to say I’m a waste of oxygen and I should kill myself”: The Ugly Truth About Women’s Involvement In Football

The ‘Smelliest Coo’ in Glasgow- Smelly Coo product review

Upon hearing the name ‘Smelly Coo’ you may get the wrong impression of the Glasgow-based company, but I am here to tell you their products will leave you feeling like the nicest smelling cow in Scotland. Their impressive catalogue offers soap infused sponges, whipped soaps, diffuser oils, wax melts, carpet fresh, room sprays, bath bomb powders, and scented sizzlers. Their products come in an array … Continue reading The ‘Smelliest Coo’ in Glasgow- Smelly Coo product review

New York-based Artist Illuminates Glasgow Skyline

Drivers on the M8 passing Kinning Park will have been stunned by the sight of a neon art installation on one of the buildings. The red art piece is lighting up the Glasgow skyline over the course of the UN Conference of Parties (COP26). Behind the installation is New York- based artist Mary Ellen Carroll, who said: “The piece is called ‘indestructible language’ and the … Continue reading New York-based Artist Illuminates Glasgow Skyline

How A Student Found His Dream Job Using Unconventional Methods

When it comes to marketing sometimes being unconventional is the way forward. That’s how marketing university student Benas Ruzgys secured himself his dream job as a digital marketing assistant with Derby-based creative agency think3. Using a QR code and a self-built landing page he approached the agency in a creative and unconventional way, standing out from the crowd and proving that he was the right … Continue reading How A Student Found His Dream Job Using Unconventional Methods

Strokes: what you need to know and what you may not expect

The NHS defines a stroke as “a serious life-threatening medical condition that happens when the blood supply to part of the brain is cut off.” Strokes can impact speech, vision, your brain, and your ability to move. Those that have had one however, often define it as one of the worst things that could’ve happened to them. The main ways you can identify the signs of someone … Continue reading Strokes: what you need to know and what you may not expect