Exploring the possibilities of the plain, brown paper notebook.
This review was written for The Student Advertiser in August, 2015. Read it here! I had no idea what I was walking into last night (sorry, running into last night). The traffic surrounding the Glasgow King’s Theatre made it very difficult to navigate within the city yesterday – something I didn’t expect. ‘It’s only a … Continue reading REVIEW: Avenue Q at the Kings Theatre
Do you know what I love? Pens. Oh, and neatly arranged ones at that. I like variety in my writing so much that to achieve the style I want whilst note taking, I carry myself from my computer screen and into the depths of a string bound notebook, embossed with a typewriter on the front. … Continue reading The Stationery Swooner’s beginner guide
There has been many-a-time when strolling through shopping centres people have remarked upon the emptiness of them - and, by 'empty' I mean that the quality of shops on offer in many shopping malls now has reduced drastically over the recent years, most particularly in regional areas. I'm talking about £1 shops, 'c'mere till I fix … Continue reading Stationery Sunday: The Works really has the works!
Published in The Student Advertiser, August 2015. Sad at heart, thumbs ready to resume twiddling, I remember returning my 3rd year English class text, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon, on my way out of the classroom, watching from the door as the cardboard box whimpered beneath the weight … Continue reading REVIEW: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
My Glasgow Anti-Guide is now featured in Scotcampus's latest magazine! The intention of the "anti" guide is to inform students coming to study from outside Glasgow of the many, many unique places to see here, aside from the obvious George Square and Hard Rock Café. The guide covers three headings: Hidden Gems Big Spenders Student Classics Thank … Continue reading The Glasgow ANTI-Guide
Damon Salvatore, Neville Longbottom and Eponine to name a few - all responsible for the destruction of our hearts through nothing but the power of the English language (French - if you're Eponine)...
This haul is far smaller than what I'm used to, but did you know that Paperchase, Glasgow, has a second floor?...
Welcome! My first stationery blog comes in the form of a Wax Sealing Kit. Taking it all the way back to 1645...
With the band gearing up for a packed autumn on the road in America, Japan and Europe, including a full UK tour in September, the extended scope of "You're A Germ" is the spark that will help their already incendiary live show burn even brighter. Following their insane collaboration at Glastonbury, Wolf Alice have announced … Continue reading INTERVIEW: WOLF ALICE