‘New Year, New Me’ – the mantra of every January since the birth of the calender. Every new year we analyse our lives (often with a little help from the unattainable goddesses of Instagram) and determine that we can do better. We can be fitter, healthier, more productive. We can be bigger, smaller, more social, […]Read More Keep your head in the game | Disney-fy your workouts.
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As we get into the cold, grey winter months, shelves are starting to explode with a slightly overwhelming cacosmia of candles, diffusion rods, and incense. Honestly, I love a good candle. I find the atmosphere of the flickering light rather cosy and safe, as well as kicking off the festive season with the…
Brighton Pride is widely regarded as the largest LGBTQ+ celebration in the UK. For one weekend, the seaside town is flooded (pun intended!) with all genders, sexualities, and races, young and old alike, to shine a light on the growth and pride within the LGBTQ+ community. Around 300,000 people at Brighton pride this year … Amazing […]Read More Brighton Pride: Shade and light.
I have previously talked about the 15 practical things to do to get out of your quarter life crisis, but as we all know, it is not that simple. Motivation and confidence are crucial when trying to steer your life into any sort of direction. Unfortunately, both have a tendency of slipping away from us as unemployment […]Read More A Quarter Life Crisis Playlist!
A quarter life crisis is when a 20-something year old realises that they have literally no idea what they are going to do for the rest of their lives. It turns out no one cares about your degree, and unless you have 30-years of work experience, or are willing / available to work for free, you […]Read More 15 things to do to get out of your quarter life crisis!
If you are under the age of 30, you have probably already been warned about what you put up on social media in fears of how your future employer will interpret it. In fact, there numerous studies about how to manipulate your page to make you more employable: from your profile picture, to the type of societies will […]Read More Why employers should stay off our social media.
As we get into the cold, grey winter months, shelves are starting to explode with a slightly overwhelming cacosmia of candles, diffusion rods, and incense. Honestly, I love a good candle. I find the atmosphere of the flickering light rather cosy and safe, as well as kicking off the festive season with the smell of gingerbread and […]Read More DIY: Festive Candles
In the British culture, we tend put a lot of emphasis on specialisation. At the age of 13/14, we pick four additional subjects to study alongside our core, compulsory subjects. At 16, we move upper education, where we narrow down our education again, and with few exceptions, most teenagers choose around 4 subjects which we […]Read More We’re becoming Creativity Zombies
Now, I don’t consider myself a blogger. Sure, I have a blog and I try (and fail) to update it as regularly as I can, but I don’t spend days trying to think of something to say, or set myself a weekly deadline to have regular updates or anything like that. And there is a very […]Read More The joys of silence #blogging
I love Tuna Pasta Bake (TPB), but the last time I tried to make TPB, it was crunchy, mild and overall boring. It was so disappointing because I my mum had bought all these really expensive ingredients that the recipe asked for (how annoying is that?!), and it really wasn’t worth the money. So earlier, when I’m […]Read More I made Tuna Pasta Bake!!