Aggie Andrews

Aggie is a content creator at Rife magazine. With a degree in Sociology she is passionate about understanding the stories of others, as well as women’s rights and animal rights. Aggie is going on to study how design can be used as a tool for improving communities. When Aggie isn’t writing you can find her dancing, reading or travelling.

Instagram isn't designed to help with your personal growth

Aggie explains why Instagram is a problematic platform for young girls When I was younger, I decided to post a ‘...
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Saying goodbye to Stokes Croft’s LeftBank

Aggie reflects on talent-filled nights at LeftBank that made Stokes Croft feel like home I had heard through the grapevine, ...
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What I've learnt from living in Clifton Village

Aggie shares her perspective on living in Clifton Village  I moved back to Clifton after leaving London in the summer...
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Introducing Eleanor Hurley: a Bristol-based writer exploring women's emotional growth

Aggie chats to ascendant auteur Eleanor about creative community, collaboration and her career Eleanor Hurley is a talented Bristol-based writer...
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Nature at the seams: A Bristol photo essay

In this photo essay Aggie shows us her perspective on nature within the city of Bristol Bristol is a city...
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The five most important relationships: advice from Stacey Flowers

Aggie gives us a breakdown of Stacey Flower's TED talk '5 people you need to be happy' and how this...

Upcycling on a lockdown

Aggie turns old wasted materials into new products.
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Nanette: How Hannah Gadsby is shifting perspectives

Aggie reviews Hannah Gadsby's standup show and tells us how she inspired her
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How to stay structured in a lockdown

Aggie is having a go at making working from home more purposeful - here are her top tips
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