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One to Watch - Sarah's Film Recommendations - Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words

Each month, Good Times' resident film critic, Sarah Smyth, chooses a hotly anticipated film for our readers. For August, she picks biopic-documentary, Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words.                       I begin this month with a confession: I have always wanted to be Swedish. They are simply the best at everything. They have an extremely high standard of living. They produce excellent pop music. They have the best gender equality in the world. They have a six-hour workday. They have the hottest men. They have coffee and cake twice a day. And the produce the best movie stars. So perhaps I am slightly biased in picking this month’s film (although committed readers...

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August Opening Times // Online + Lewes Shop

On August 13th we're making this thing official and getting hitched! We'll be taking a little holiday during this time, and making the most of having our nearest and dearest around us. Our online store will be closed from Monday 8th August, to Saturday 20th August. Our Lewes store will be operating during the following hours: Mon 8th // 10-3.30 Tues 9th // CLOSED Wed 10th // 11-3 Thurs 11th // 11-3 Fri 12th // 11-3 Sat 13th // 10-5 Sun 14th // CLOSED Mon 15th // 10-5 Tues 16th // CLOSED Wed 17th // 11-4 Thurs 18th // 11-4 Fri 19th // 11-5 Sat 20th // OPEN AS NORMAL   We'd like to thank all of our customers for...

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In Praise of Laziness

Today is Saturday. It is beautiful outside - the kind of beautiful where rare, significant memories are made. Pulling myself out of bed this morning to go to a place that is indoors felt as profoundly wrong as asking myself to choose salad over chocolate; it's just not the way a right-thinking person behaves.  And so, when I finally turned the key in my shop's front door, I was, not insignificantly, late. Guilt rumbled in my belly as I prepared my good mornings. I had imagined a bustling building, with my shop the only one in darkness. I was wrong. One by one the lights in the other shops and services flickered on - the building waking up as lazily...

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Friday Thoughts {On the little things}

Here is a description of my weekday: Wake up at 6.30. Be grumpy all the way up until Will has driven us to the gym. Listen to Beyonce's Flawless on repeat until I'm awake, by which time it's time to leave the gym. Drop Will off and drive to my shop. Turn on my laptop. See other people's food. IMEDIATELY NEED THAT EXACT FOOD. Honestly, it drives me. Intermingled with occasionally selling useful and carefully sourced home goods, my day is just one long quest to find the obscure food choice that I've decided upon at 10am that morning. Here is a list of some of my previous exploits: An artisan almond and chocolate croissant the size of a baby. Pad...

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