Ahoy there! Welcome to this week's instalment of 'Blog Post Monday'.
Now, I'm confused and I need your help. With the end of the year fast approaching and with that, the start of a fresh new one, I'm wanting to make some changes to what my dedicated followers receive as 'Source Social' members, as well as the content that I'm creating for your eyes and ears... With this in mind, I need your help and advice on what you would like to see from me.
So, as always, get that kettle on and get your thinking caps on, as we put our heads to together to come up with a new and improved 'Source Social' experience...
Hello again! Welcome to this week's instalment of 'Blog Post Monday'.
As some of you will know, I've been sat on some rather exciting news this week and it's taken every ounce of my strength not to leak any details. I thought I'd save the big reveal for today's blog post.
So, as always, get that kettle on and have some clean underwear close to hand, as I reveal to you possibly the greatest news that, quite frankly, there could ever be... Well, if you're a fan of Source Vintage Antiques that is...
Hello, hello! A very happy 'Blog Post Monday' to you all!
Now, in York, my home city, we're lucky to have an abundance of independent vintage and antique shops. Last year I wrote a local's guide to finding the best antiques and vintage in York. However, a new year needs a new guide and as there are quite a few new additions to York's trail, I thought I'd do the honours. Behold a more comprehensive 2022 guide, for shopping antiques and vintage in York.
So, as always, get that kettle on, get those hotels booked and let me guide you through the finest establishments in York for your antique and vintage shopping...
Ahoy there! Welcome to your weekly instalment of 'Blog Post Monday'.
What a lovely Sunday I had! I spent the day at the fantastic antiques fair at York Racecourse, a fair that never fails to put a smile on my face and a hole in my wallet! Always a well organised, family friendly event that I very much look forward to. The popular New Years Day event of this quarterly fair was cancelled this year because of continuing Covid concerns at the time, so it was good to have it back and I wasn't disappointed with what I found!
So, let this week's instalment serve as a tempting little insight into this fabulous event, York Antique Home & Vintage Fair, everybody...!
Welcome to another instalment of 'Blog Post Monday'.
Over the course of the past six months I've been having some mixed fortunes with the parcels I'm sending through Royal Mail. Some have been destroyed, some have been delayed significantly and some have simply gone missing altogether, but the issues don't end there! Quite frankly, I think there's something smelly at the core of some of these postal services, something designed to stitch up small businesses, particularly in the antiques trade, and conversely, designed to protect big business at all costs.
This week, I thought I'd share a few of the issues I've experienced and reach out to you lovely lot for some advice on how you go about your shipping and find out if, like me, you've experienced similar issues, not just with Royal Mail, but with other postal services too.
So, as always, get that kettle on and get your stamps out as we talk all things shipping and discuss what happens when it all goes horribly wrong...