YOUNG GOLD TEETH is a creative lifestyle blog that celebrates meaningful projects. Showcasing and exploring inspirational brands and experiences, covering anything from superb shops to stories about designer-makers and work/life balance, the blog serves as a source of everyday inspiration, encouraging cooler, kinder, more colourful living.


Emily Beeson founded YOUNG GOLD TEETH in order to shine a light on what it means to be creative and how this influences our ideas about work, success and happiness. Emily believes strongly in the importance of championing creative talent, independent businesses and inspirational women, putting them and their stories first.


From festivals to fundraisers and live conversations, Emily stages community events and takes part in talks and workshops across London. If you are interested in being part of an event, or if you would like to invite Emily to speak at an event you are hosting, get in touch using the form below or by emailing younggoldteeth@outlook.com.


Emily works with and promotes carefully-selected brands and experiences. If you believe your product, organisation or service is a good match with YOUNG GOLD TEETH’s ethos and would like to see it featured here, get in touch using the form below or send an email to younggoldteeth@outlook.com.


Emily returns to Don’t Salt My Game for another bumper Christmas Special podcast, giving her tips on where to shop this year and why it’s essential to support independents and shop direct from makers during the festive season and beyond.

Emily was interviewed by The Coven, a careers and lifestyle hub and newsletter created by Sapphire Bates of The Flower Arranger. In the interview the pair discuss everything from life goals to books and advice for feeling happy and healthy.

London-based indie tea company Nauteas sat down with Emily for their ‘A Cup of Tea With…’ series, a collection of interviews with creatives, entrepreneurs and game-changers, and discussed inspiration and the ins and outs of blogging.

Visit blogger, podcaster and nutritionist Laura Thomas PhD’s website and listen to her podcast Don’t Salt My Game. This episode is a Christmas Special in which Laura and Emily discuss supporting independent businesses, gift shopping and buying well.

Emily was interviewed by ethical luxury brand The Soap Co. for their #GiveGoodGifts project, a seasonal Q&A series with bloggers, brands and tastemakers from around the UK. The Soap Co is a game-changing company and social enterprise.

Inspirational style, culture and lifestyle publication Apparently Magazine ran a feature on Emily’s one-day festival of creative career advice, YOUNG GOLD TALKS, and promoted her mission to assist and inspire young creatives in London.

Emily’s 2016 event YOUNG GOLD TALKS, a free day of talks and frank discussions hosted by Google Campus, was featured by the team at Inkygoodness, a prolific digital showcase of emerging creative talent run by industry professionals.

Online women’s fashion and lifestyle magazine SheerLuxe gets to know Emily with an interview of quick-fire questions for its ‘Meet the Team’ section. Here you’ll find interviews with the magazine’s writers, editors, designer and more.

Emily was interviewed by the team at We Blog Design, a London-based network and club run by bloggers and PRs for creative lifestyle bloggers, about her background, her blog and the tools she uses to run and cultivate it.

Emily was interviewed on Shoreditch Radio by Laurie Havelock of comedy podcast Podshambles about her creative career choices, her weirdest and most theatrical moments and her favourite tunes for his show What’s Your Plan B?

Visit Workspiration to read an interview all about YOUNG GOLD TEETH and work/life balance. Emily speaks to Workspiration’s Founder about her favoured creative tools, being productive online and cultivating a useful and rewarding digital skill set.