just want to send out a very big thank you to everyone that rocked up to the Sketchbook Popup Shop yesterday for the getting started discussion jill and i hosted on blogging. it...Read More →
just want to send out a very big thank you to everyone that rocked up to the Sketchbook Popup Shop yesterday for the getting started discussion jill and i hosted on blogging. it was really quite inspiring to meet other people who are trying to establish themselves and find their place in this weird and wonderful blogosphere. it was also such a treat to get to get to check out the pop up shop again. they have a new exhibition up and, if you haven’t been already, you really should try to make it over. i can’t recommend it enough.
i had totally forgotten about this strand of turquoise that i got in egypt a few years ago. originally i had intended it to be a long necklace but seems much more fitting these days wrapped around my wrist. if your in britain you’ve got 30 minutes left to get your vote in… it’s polling day and tomorrow morning we’ll know who the new prime minister is, if all goes according to plan.
so, are we going to be busting out the old or possibly just reinventing it a bit?
i can’t promise that we’ll sit in the sunshine, eat delicious pastries or sip on lattes but i can promise you a good chat. if your free tomorrow at 3pm and in the London area then pop over to the Sketchbook Pop Up Shop located at the heart of Newburgh Quarter. Jill and I are hosting a workshop, as part of the Getting Started lecture series, on what it means to be a blogger in this day and age when there are thousands to shuffle through online. even if your not an active blogger you are welcome to come along, it would be great to see some of your beautiful faces in person. plus, if you haven’t checked out Sketchbook Magazine’s gem of a pop up shop yet you really should – it’s pretty incredible and wont be around for much longer.
double denim, printed trousers, sequin sneakers, sailor dresses, denim vests, classic breton stripes.
meet fiona. she is one half of the blogging duo behind SOS! Save Our Shoes. she is so funky, vibrant, and gets invites to all sorts of cool events so her blog is filled with lots of behind the scenes peeks that i’m sure you’ll be interested in seeing. she made it to yauatcha for our last blogger meet up but sadly i didn’t get a chance to chat to her very much. what i did get to experience of her though was utterly fabulous – she seems to bubble over with excitement and enthusiasm which is totally contagious. am already looking forward to the next meet up so i can chat to her more.
p.s. if you based in the london area and would like to find out about our blogger meet ups then contact me and i’ll add you to my little contact list!