Product Review: Scrub Daddy Sponges

Editors Note– This was not a paid or sponsored article all images of the sponges featured are ones bought using the journalists own money, the Hummingbird Journal is not affiliated with Scrub Daddy and all opinions are of the journalist writing this article. Despite being famous in America for years Scrub Daddy sponges have only became popular in the UK in the last 18months. Scrub … Continue reading Product Review: Scrub Daddy Sponges

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

FILM REVIEW: ‘The Witches of Eastwick’

The Witches of Eastwick is a 1987 film directed by George Miller and Jack Nicholson loosely based off of the book by John Updike. The tale follows three women who unknowingly create a coven when they share fantasies about their ideal man. This leads a mysterious man into town who turns out to be the devil. He, in turn, seduces the three women and they become the talk of the town. Continue reading FILM REVIEW: ‘The Witches of Eastwick’

AFTER HOURS REVIEW: Weird but normal for the Weeknd

Abel Tesfaye has finally delivered his next piece of work after a long wait from his last full album release of “Starboy” back in 2016, with the release of “After Hours” which againprovides the audience with the typical Unique voice he possesses. With a mix of 80s, modern pop and R&B, its an unpredictable yet exciting experience listening to this album. The Toronto based artist has produced music to the great enjoyment of … Continue reading AFTER HOURS REVIEW: Weird but normal for the Weeknd