Another month has come and gone, meaning there’s that much more music to delve into from the last 31 days.
Take a look back at September‘s top hits, then move ahead to this month’s.
Bubblegum – YONAKA
Drop this one when wanting to feel empowered about everything in your life. Everything about this song is well constructed, from the heavy chorus instrumentals to the vocals you can see yourself screeching out in the shower.
Welcome to INTERVIEWED, a series of discussions and chats with creators of all kinds.
Today we’re joined by blogger of all kinds Edd Speaks.
D: What do you do online as a creator?
E: I love the term creator, much better than influencer! I run a blog, my own little space where I talk about lifestyle and fashion pieces that I’ve been loving and other things that come to mind! I created my blog as I have so many thoughts and I wanted to share my creativity with as many people as I can!
The fact that I now have over 130,000 views is crazy to me!
Hello and welcome to a brisk morning on the South Western Irish coast in the small fishing town of Portmagee, 200 miles from Dublin.
Better known as an island on Ahch-To, the planet housing the first Jedi Temple and Luke Skywalker’s solace three decades after Return of the Jedi. This isn’t just a tourist destination, it’s a huge page where Star Wars fans flock to.
Your journey to Skellig will begin with arriving at a marina in a small coastal Irish village. For us (as for most) it was Portmagee. Portmagee is a quaint little place accessibly only by car – we’re not in London anymore!
Today we’re joined by someone I love a great deal, a blogger who’s pregnancy has had Twitter on the edge of it’s seat: Alice Spake of Annie Writes Beauty.
Fun fact, I recently made a post about blogger friends and people I’ve connected with online, I wanted to include Alice but didn’t as I didn’t think we were there. She promptly tweeted me with an ‘AHEM’ and I realised we are well and truly there.
D: What is it you do online as a creator?
A: I run my blog, Annie Writes Beauty talking all things beauty and lifestyle, mostly recently I’ve added in a baby category to document my pregnancy. I also run Southampton Bloggers, a blogging hub on the South Coast.
Last weekend I experienced a pretty idyllic Sunday morning, or at least I did after multiple delays, due to myself getting up late (as always)+ deciding to walk through central London instead of travelling beneath it) .
Just behind the Barbican is St. Barts Brewery, the setting for a Tia Maria hosted brunch, this is where the idyllic Sunday morning begins. My friend Haydy of the brilliant food and travel blog Squibb Vicious was kind enough to invite me along with her to experience some cracking cocktails + coffee, as well as food provided by a chef from London’s extremely famous Duck and Waffle.