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Editor’s Letter

21 Oct

Hi guys!

So who’s looking forward to Halloween? We certainly are: only 10 days to go! What are you going to dress up as?

Well what an issue we have for you, Melody brings us the last in her series of inspirational women (take a look at her other articles here), Daisy has some 90s inspired Halloween costumes for you and Becky looks at whether it’s acceptable to eat food in a supermarket.

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Audrey Horne re-imagined

Until next time,

Becky and Daisy

Editor’s Letter

7 Oct

Hello everyone!

Another short and sweet one for you this time; Stef gives us a review of the first book of the Malory Towers’ series, Becky looks at the evils of social networking and Daisy has been window shopping for winter coats. Variety is the spice of life, so they say!

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image by Daisy

Enjoy your week and if you have something troubling or worrying, don’t forget you can email our Agony Aunt Rubyyy at ask.yellowbunting@yahoo.co.uk

Until next time,

Becky and Daisy

Editor’s Letter

23 Sep

Hi guys!

How was everyone’s weekends? Oh great, ours were too!

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Sarah in Edinburgh! photo by Daisy

Well, what an issue we have lined up for you: is Hollywood really dead? Becky ponders the answer for us, while Melody discusses Claire Maitland and The International Woman of the Year Awards, Stef reviews Miranda Hart, Zdena talks GMO and Daisy picks out some scrummy candy goodness for your head. (That last bit of the sentence didn’t sound so weird in my head…)

As always, enjoy and remember if you have a question for Agony Aunty Rubyyy, email her at ask.yellowbunting@yahoo.co.uk

Becky and Daisy

Editor’s Letter

9 Sep

Morning guys!

Well, we’ve returned from our adventures and would to say a huge thank you to Catherine for editing our last issue – she did a great job and we loved some well deserved time off!

But we’re here now and back into the swing of things; we’ve got another inspirational lady from Melody, Zdena takes a look at corporations and sweatshops while Daisy gives us a rather big review of her time at the Edinburgh Fringe with Sarah.

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tea at the Elephant House! image from Daisy’s instagram

Until next time,
Becky and Daisy

Editor’s Letter

26 Aug

Hello Buntineers!

It’s Catherine here. Our usual hostesses with the mostesses, the lovely Daisy and Becky, are off on holiday this week (alright for some…) so I get to be the boss for this issue! And what a great issue it’s going to be; Stef’s giving us the lowdown on Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games (go and pick up a copy now, because I can guarantee after reading Stef’s review you’ll want to read the book), Kera will be giving us her take on those comments about children’s names made by Katie Hopkins and our wonderful Auntyyy Rubyyy will be offering up more brilliant advice!

Whether you’re on holiday or stuck at work (or anything in between), have a brilliant week and I hope you enjoy the issue.

Catherine

Editor’s Letter

12 Aug

Hi guys!

How’s everyone’s summer going? We’re having a great time – ice cream for everyone!

We’ve got a great issue lined up for you – I know we can say that a lot, but this time we really do – an intriguing look at knitting and fashion, some highbrow culture from the V&A, a wonderful book review of The Tales of Beedle The Bard and a look at the importance of friends (no, not the TV series).

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image by Daisy

As always, we hope you enjoy and remember that if you’ve got a question for our Agony Aunt, email her at ask.yellowbunting@yahoo.co.uk

Until next time,

Becky and Daisy

Editor’s Letter

29 Jul

Hi all!

Another short and sweet one for you – Melody takes a look at the inspirational JK Rowling, Daisy has created a wonderful summer playlist, Zdena takes us on a tour of her local castle and our Agony Aunty Rubyyy answers another tricky question.

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We certainly enjoyed our birthday last week – turning 1 may seem like a small achievement but we’re so proud of what we’ve accomplished and look forward to many more years to come!

Until next time,

Becky and Daisy