As the final part of our valentines series, Anne Stoop writes her experiences of the media, societies standards and discovering how to be a happy singleton.
As the 13th part of our valentines series, Annemarijn Huizinga writes life lessons she learnt from her 13 year old sister about love this valentines day
Jasmine Hall writes on her personal experiences of love and what she has learnt from her years of dating.
As the 11th part of our valentines series, Clara Fors Wisbyse reflects on her previous relationships and learning to love yourself this valentines day
As the tenth part of our valentines series, Imogen Robinson presents Jackson, a screenplay about love, life and cheating
With the ebb and flow of the Earth’s seasons, the flux between rainfall in Spring to frost in Winter and the Summer sun, farmers are able to harvest respective foods that rely on the seasonal climates to grow and thrive. Niamh Heron talks why you should eat seasonally and the benefits from this.
St Valentine isn’t the patron saint of finding the first person on the street and shacking up for the Valentine’s season. Sure, true companionship is wonderful, but as many extremely cliché movies will tell you – you can’t really love anything until you learn to love yourself.
Bloom presents: Covid Date Ideas for this valentines day, with both ideas for the socially distanced and the living together lovers.
Heather Dalgleish presents 10 romantic reads to check out this February as the 5th part of Blooms valentines series
For as long as music has existed, people have used it to pay tribute to love. It’s a deep, personal way to communicate your feelings and to do it expertly requires either a massive stroke of luck or very large reserves of songwriting expertise. There are millions out there, but which one takes the biscuit as the best? It’s impossible to say with so much choice, so here’s five of my favourites (in no particular order!)