From volunteering or travelling to work experience and internships, taking time out after school to do something that inspires you will certainly benefit your future.
After graduating in 2016, Polly Bartlett has quickly progressed in the world of TV. The STV entertainment reporter and social media lead spoke to Source about her career so far and the importance of work experience.
There’s no wrong path to achieving your dreams, something that is exemplified by Poppy Murricane, owner of one of Glasgow’s popular vegan cafés, Rawnchy. Poppy chats running her own business and her favourite dishes to make.
Mental health has never been more important than now and it’s crucial you and your pals know you’re not alone. Stormzy to Lewis Capaldi, even the biggest stars in the world are taking the time to mind their mental health and wellbeing. View this post on Instagram We understand that the past week online may have been very traumatic for a lot of us […]
Singer-songwriter Becky Hill has been making waves in the music industry since she appeared on season one of The Voice UK in 2012. Fast forward eight years and Becky has found her sound ready to release her debut solo album.
Love coming up with your own brunch creations or dream of the day you get to become your own boss? Laurie Macmillan has turned both into a reality. We speak to the Café Strange Brew founder about her path to owning multiple businesses and her favourite thing to make in the kitchen.
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Singing in private, to busking in Dublin’s musical epicentre, to selling out tours worldwide, Dermot Kennedy has a hold on music. Lorne Gillies discovered the power behind Dermot’s rise to glory.