Book review: The Woman Who Rode A Shark

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The Woman Who Rode A Shark is a beautiful new children’s book by Scottish author Ailsa Ross. Ailsa happens to be my cousin. We have the same birthday and we both have law degrees from Edinburgh University but the similarity ends there. I followed a thoroughly conventional path after graduating, […]

Review: Small Wonders

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As I sat in wonder on Saturday evening in total astonishment, that feeling was only compounded when Katie whispered in my ear – “It’s REAL magic”! Without a doubt, Punchdrunk has brought a theatre experience to The Edinburgh Theatre festival that’s not quite like anything I’ve experienced before. In a […]

Edinburgh’s Eco Shopping Revolution

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Edinburgh has seen an explosion of eco food shopping options in the past few months with most sides of the city now catered for by a bring-your-own-container type packaging-free grocery shop. This is undoubtedly a good news story, despite it having been borne out of the bad news that our […]

Interior Design with Skela Studio

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#Gifted – I first became interested in Interiors as a teenager and decorated my own bedroom with the most horrific scheme imaginable. I would seriously advise against a combination of purple and blue walls over wood chip. But as the years have passed, I’ve developed a deep love for colour […]