France just won the World Cup and today I also finally made it to the Château de Versailles, what a great time to be in France.
Photographic memories of our recent trip to Kraków, Poland. … More Kraków, Poland
Having previously travelled to Bulgaria and Hungary, I feel that it’s only in recent years have the beauties of Eastern European countries really become more known to international tourists. Since it was my first time in Poland, we decided to stick to Warsaw and Kraków. As with travelling anywhere it’s always nice to get a … More Warsaw, Poland
This is something I’ve wanted to write about for a while now but I’ve struggled on how to approach the topic. The intensity and direction of my thoughts about student mental health changes daily, along with my good days and bad days. One thing that does however remain constant for me is the demoralising feeling … More Fragile student mental health will leave us broken
Eurovision is a bit like marmite, you either hate it or love it. When I was a child, I loved it. I would always sleepover at my grandparents house and would be treated to two commentaries: Graham Norton’s and my grandmum’s. As I’ve gotten older (as with everything in life) I’ve become more conscious of … More The Politics of Eurovision
When it comes to music, unless it’s jazz, afrobeats, or the soundtrack to my latest favourite film, it’s very unlikely that I’ve heard it before. In fact, I had no idea who Childish Gambino was until a friend told me I should check out his latest music video, This is America. And now, who could’ve of missed … More Childish Gambino’s This is a America: Mesmerising and Repulsive
Sometimes in life we focus too much on that one big goal. The one that once reached will justify our negligence of other needs and desires, our relationships with others and our relationship with ourselves. That one big one that will magically validate all the sacrifices we’ve made and heal all the wounds we suffered … More The little victories