Useful pointers for your journey into the Curly Girl (CG) method
Category: Stuff I Like
Stationery I love: Surat Journals, your little blank book
On December 13, 2014, I stumbled across a little pop-up market at DUCTAC, Mall of the Emirates. I'd just gone there to return books to my library (it's called The Old Library, if anyone's interested, and it's fabulous). While I browsed the stands, this one caught my eye. Books - an easy way to get … Continue reading Stationery I love: Surat Journals, your little blank book
Lush’s 12 Days of Christmas
I've loved Lush for a while now. I can't remember when I first discovered the gorgeous smells the company produces, but I was instantly hooked. Recently, I wandered over to the Lush Christmas event in Dubai, and boy, was that literally a feast for the senses! New products, new colours and beautiful gift boxes everywhere. … Continue reading Lush’s 12 Days of Christmas
These shoes were made for dancing…
Those who know me well know I've been indulging in the one form of exercise that doesn't make me want to gag with boredom: zumba and/or dance-based exercises. I have grown to love doing this, so much that it's become a regular activity for me, not a fad. And so I realised once my two … Continue reading These shoes were made for dancing…
Of Graphic Designers and Fonts
via magculture.com I love fonts. Not surprising though - I feel most journalists, especially magazine journalists, should have an inherent love for them I was reading We Love Magazines yesterday and I came across the story of David Carson (whom you can read more about if you click the shared image at the top … Continue reading Of Graphic Designers and Fonts
Vanity Fair, how I wronged thee!
As a student on the MA Magazine Journalism course, we're encouraged (obviously) to not only look at newspapers, but also at magazines. My course leader, Ms. Yvonne Illsley, cannot recommend Vanity Fair enough. I have a confession to make. I always thought it was a magazine full of gloss and fluff and nothing else. That … Continue reading Vanity Fair, how I wronged thee!