Beautiful and Unique

Mention the words ‘bespoke, unique andjewellery’ in the same sentence and the words ‘out of my reach’ might spring to mind. But hand-crafted beautifully unique jewellery may be more affordable and not as out of reach as you might imagine. In fact, straying from the path of more well-known jewellery brands can often mean a…

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Good Hair Days Are Back

Those of us with overgrown roots and split ends rejoiced as hair salons re-opened after the most recent lockdown. And for the team at Lou Lou’s in Gullane re-opening meant a new-look salon, new ideas and renewed optimism. If you couldn’t wait to head back to the hairdressers, after the most recent lockdown, to have…

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Reflexology – More than a Foot Massage

Most of us love a foot massage, especially after a long day on our feet. There’s something so restorative and nurturing about caring for and connecting with our feet. But there’s a lot more to reflexology than just making your feet feel good.. Reflexology is a complementary therapy which aims to treat the whole person.…

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Shining Brightly

When The Lighthouse in North Berwick opened its doors three years ago as the first purpose-built business centre in the town, it was one of the first trailblazers in the out-of-town workplace market. Offering a mix of private offices and co-working, with flexible memberships to suit those after a fixed desk and those whose routines…

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The Dietarian

With summer just around the corner, many of us will look to shed a pound or two, or simply aim to eat more healthily as the warmer days approach. Founders of The Dietarian, Lee and Claire Prentice, are on a mission to support the health of people across Scotland. They deliver nutritious, home cooked, calorie…

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Lovely Lavender

Whether it’s a bag of dried buds in between your pillows, or a tiny bottle of essential oil, lavender is often a staple in every household. Famed in the world of aromatherapy for its near-instant calming effect and ability to send us drifting off to sleep, it also has an impressive roster of powers when…

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Good for the Sole

Regular readers will know I’ve always thought of massages as an indulgent luxury, ranking them somewhere between manicures and mud wraps on my ‘frivolous uses for perfectly good money’ scale. So it was with some hesitation that I went along for a reflexology treatment at Gullane-based Sunshine Sole. . Ringing the doorbell on the brightly-painted,…

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