COVID-19: Bookish Businesses Edition

COVID 19 has not only impacted physical brick and mortar stores but also many small or individually owned business. It’s a ripple effect that trickles down to the gears of the business and hinders it temporarily during this time. Small businesses are the soul and artistry that provide the individuality that sets them apart fromContinue reading “COVID-19: Bookish Businesses Edition”

COVID-19: Supporting Local and Independent Bookstores

It is not a lie that I cherish the local bookstores and independent booksellers who continue to be a major presence in all communities, they provide a cozy and friendly space that sits close to our hearts as beings who simply are eager to connect and belong to someplace or in some page. To beContinue reading “COVID-19: Supporting Local and Independent Bookstores”

Nottinghill!

What? The Notting Hill Bookshop Where? 13 Blenheim Cres, Notting Hill, London W11 2EE. Type? Independent Bookstore Highlight: Children’s Books Okay okay, so if you’re thinking about the sappy cheesy rom com movie with Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant than yes you are correct into thinking this bookstore is one and the same. Yup IContinue reading “Nottinghill!”

Cozy Winters | London Cafes

What? Teatulia Where? 36 Neal St, West End, WC2H 9PS, London I know it’s summer but one of my favorite tea shops happens to be one of the coziest spots to escape the cold outside or save it for a gloomy rainy day. Teatulia serves organic teas that are ethically sourced. Yay! The interiors areContinue reading “Cozy Winters | London Cafes”

Coffee’o clock | London Cafes

What? Fabrique Bakery Cafe Where? 8 Earlham St, West End, WC2H 9RY, London Tucked away just on the side of the street, this whitewashed Swedish based bakery and cafe is like an obscure quiet nook from the hustle and bustle of the Covent Garden streets outside. It’s chill enough to have a casual conversation andContinue reading “Coffee’o clock | London Cafes”