I like to think of myself as a cool hippie chick, with my herbal teas for when I’m stressed or have a sore tummy and my essential oils for when I have a headache but I’m ashamed to admit it took me up until recently to look at my beauty products. We’re all obviously against … Continue reading I Changed My Whole Beauty Routine To Only Cruelty Free Products
Keeping up productivity is hard to do and even harder to manage! There are a lot of distractions now a days but if the very thing we have that distracts us tells us to focus up, it’ll keep you on track. There are however some great, free apps to keep on top of your workload: … Continue reading Free Apps To Help Productivity
Creative burnout is the most frustrating experiences – you’re tired, you’re stressed and you feel so far behind you feel you’ll probably never catch up. Don’t give up hope! There are a few easy things you can do to step back from your work, relax and come back better than before. Take screen breaks Most … Continue reading 10 Tips To Avoid Creative Burn Out
I like food, I like technology and I love anything which will minimise contact with people because of my crippling social anxiety, but if you read my article about the Wetherspoons ‘Order and Pay’ App then you already knew all that. So with that in mind I am super excited that Greggs, the largest bakery chain … Continue reading Facebook me a Greggs!
Christmas is right around the corner, and we all want to get that one last little gift for our friends and family, and ourselves of course. We can’t always afford to do that however, or justify it at least but with services like Humble Bundle it’s that little bit easier to get great items at … Continue reading Humble Bundle is a Bundle of Fun!
So I’ve had to take some time away from HBSA (Hospital Broadcasting Service Ayrshire) to sort out some personal issues in my own life but I feel like now is as good a time as any to talk about HBSA and maybe even recruit some passionate would be radio presenters to take my place. Okay … Continue reading HBSA – A Call for Volunteers
In a culture that is in the habit of demonising video games and blaming them for the extreme and the dangerous elements of society it's always nice when something just relentlessly good comes from them as well. One such example happened at my very own Alma Mater, West College Scotland where they not only broke … Continue reading West College Scotland: Minecraft as a Teaching Tool
Cosplaying has become more and more mainstream over the past ten years or so, I can still remember how just a few years ago it would have been regarded as weird for people to leave the house dressed as their favourite video game character but fortunately those times are passing. Sure, you might still get … Continue reading Welcome to the World of Cosplay
Today was a busy day for Kilmarnock, there was a gaming event taking place at the Burns Mall from 11am till 3pm where there was music, games and activities aplenty. Right in the middle of the cross in the town centre they’d set up a stage for the various music acts that were set to … Continue reading Burns Mall Gaming Event
A piece about Tori B Bearly, an artist, radio host and one of our contributors.
Now I wrote this a while back when the pub actually closed but never got a chance to publish it anywhere so now I'm just putting it up here for posterity. I had the honour of being there for the closing of the Tackety Bit and it was with mixed feelings that I attended the … Continue reading Farewell to Tackety Bit
Now I'll admit I wasn't ever mega excited by a new Pirates of the Caribbean movie after all it was a franchise based on a ride and it just felt like a needless cash grab but despite that I was surprised consistently by this movie series.. but hey i'm still waiting for my Splash Mountain … Continue reading Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – Movie Preview
Alien: Covenant is set to be released May 12 in the United Kingdom and May 19 in the United States. The film was directed by Ridley Scott and written by John Login and Dante Harper. It is a direct sequel to the 2012 film Prometheus which is the second instalment in the Alien prequel series … Continue reading Alien: Covenant – Movie Preview
So coming this July is another round of Edinburgh Castle Concerts, a series of events that having been taking place at the Castle for the last 16 years and has included appearance from the likes of Rod Stewart, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Olly Murs and Leonard Cohen. This year the lineup is equally excitement, … Continue reading Edinburgh Castle concerts Preview
Frank Quitely: The Art of Comics set to open at Kelvingrove Museum Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow is set to host Frank Quitely: The Art of Comics from 1st April to 1st October 2017. Personally I’m looking forward to this event because it's nice to see comic books which are often seen less … Continue reading Frank Quitely: The Art of Comics set to open at Kelvingrove Museum