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Easy Like a Sunday Morning… | Mia

Easy Like a Sunday Morning… | Mia

Tell us a little about yourself…   I grew up in Buffalo, New York in a fairly conservative community in a town that was really into American Football (so I have yet to actually watch a game) and I went to university in Rochester, New York, also a smallish...
What are ū listening to? | “Millionaire”

What are ū listening to? | “Millionaire”

Chris Stapleton is an accomplished songwriter and performer from the Nashville scene. He got his start in songwriting, and he’s writer or co-writer on nearly 200 songs. 14 long years after moving to Nashville, he finally released his first album Traveller. We finally...
Easy Like a Sunday Morning…. with Claudia

Easy Like a Sunday Morning…. with Claudia

In this weeks chapter of “Easy Like a Sunday Morning….” we hear from Claudia from Greenfox Bakery who is definitely worth a follow on all the socials producing some amazing content about all things cake design and baking, all the links are at the...
What are ū listening to? | “Sour Diesel”

What are ū listening to? | “Sour Diesel”

Here at ū:who we have no shame in admitting that our tastes are wide and varied when it comes to musical vibes. There are some artists and bands, where there will be never a bad word said about them and One Direction are in that category. When Zayn left it was a sad...
What are ū listening to? | “505”

What are ū listening to? | “505”

The Arctic Monkeys are one of the most prominent and iconic rock bands of their generation, formed in 2002 they have reinvented the indie rock genre and we have been fans of them every step of the way. Their debut album fuelled many a college party and “Bet you...
Easy like a Sunday Morning…. with Ū:WHO

Easy like a Sunday Morning…. with Ū:WHO

At ū:who lifestyle, there is nothing more ū:who than an easy Sunday morning. Sundays to us are all about putting on a fresh pot of coffee, picking some relaxing musical vibes then browsing magazines and newsfeeds for the latest inspirational posts. It often follows...