We’ve Got Work to Do

It has been a long few months, this year of unprecedented times seems to be never-ending. People around the world are either in a lockdown, getting out of one or entering one. We have all been inundated with bad news for months on end and the toll it has taken on us is incredible. The…

The Midnight Library

This moving novel questions our perception of the perfect life, taking us on a journey full of potential. Matt Haig releases another highly anticipated novel, this time exploring the possibilities of life itself, never one to shy away from taboo subjects; Haig once again gives us the book we all hoped for. The premise is…

Lockdown Reads

These past few months have been a whirlwind, living through such an unprecedented time has been challenging, and it is during this time we turn to books, films, and art to escape. So here is a list of the books that have swept me away to brighter places during this strange time we are all…

Small Things You Can Do to Help The Environment

I have been very conscious of the fact I and my family have a large carbon footprint for a while now, when I was in school we were given a short quiz by WWF that told us our impact on the world, and to say mine was good would be an insult. My footprint was 117%!…

Should I Stay, or Should I Eggo

I am very aware of how late I am to this party. It started at 10 and I didn’t rock up until 3, and still sober at that. Despite this, I’ve still had a whale of a time! Last week I decided to take the gigantuous step of getting my own Netflix. I know! It…

A Discovery of Witches

Spoiler Free Last week I stumbled upon a new Sky original tv show called A Discovery of Witches, I loved it at first sight. So, you can only imagine my excitement when I found out it was based on a book of the same name written by Deborah Harkness. I bought the book the next day…

My Trip to Edinburgh

To celebrate the end of our first year of University, me and my flatmate Erin decided to go on a city break to Edinburgh. I had been wanting to visit Edinburgh for ages! I love how its history is still so alive in its modern facelift, the Scots who call Edinburgh home are so proud…

Don’t Cry For Me Hyde Park

“Looking out of the window, staying out of the sun So I chose freedom, running around trying everything new But nothing impressed me at all I never expected it to”  -Andrew Lloyd Webber I have been feeling very somber these last couple of days. I’m leaving London to move back home to Somerset, and although…

Columbia Road Flower Market

I am moving home in three weeks, so my time living in London is coming to an end. I’m now in a rush to see all the sights I haven’t had a chance to visit yet! And there is quit a bit to see and do. It was a beautiful day Sunday, so I decided…

A Day Out In Greenwich

Wednesday is my favourite day, it’s the day me and my flatmate go into central London and wind down from the week we have survived.  This Wednesday has been my favourite so far, after the terrible few weeks I have had I thought it time to enjoy a day out in the sun. As I…