BOOK REVIEW: Girl in Pieces

TW: Self-harm, Depression and Suicide  A compelling novel that focuses on suicide, self-harming, depression and so much more. Written by Kathleen Glasgow, from the perspective of a teenage girl with continuous family troubles and what her life is like as a ‘cutter’.  First published in 2016, this book has become more relevant now than ever before, as people struggle constantly with day-to-day life. Self-harm isn’t … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Girl in Pieces

REVIEW: Tigerlily, Edinburgh

Upon entry, we had a very warm welcome from the host staff before we were seated comfortably at the bar. This boutique hotel and bar is very aesthetically pleasing and has a different vibe/theme in every room. We went around 2pm and it’s safe to say that this is a prime time for day drinkers! The staff behind the bar were very attentive and joyous. … Continue reading REVIEW: Tigerlily, Edinburgh

Local Pub’s Innovative Ideas Embraced by Community Throughout Lockdown

The owners of a local restaurant have been praised by theircommunity due to their hard work and interactive ideas throughout multiple lockdowns.  Laura Carey and Paul Smith took over ‘The Inn at Kippen’ in November of 2019. Despite an amazing start with the festive period, lockdown meant the closure of the pub.  In order to cope financially with the pub shutting, Laura and Paul found themselves needing ideas on how to keep the business afloat. They introduced their Friday … Continue reading Local Pub’s Innovative Ideas Embraced by Community Throughout Lockdown