The examples of ‘my car broke down’ ‘my cat died’ ‘i don’t even have a phone number’ are not acceptable. … More To Catch a Catfish. Part 1.
I was having a post-grad breakdown. I was having what others had described before me, but I never thought it was an actual thing. … More A Post-Grad Breakdown.
Good News: You don’t have to burn that £40 VS bra. … More Why I’m a feminist (and you should be, too).
“One of the penalties of refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors” – Plato. Voting is something I’ve always found close to my heart. I believe that everyone should exercise their right to vote. Something I’m especially passionate about is young people using their vote. To discuss … More Young People NEED to Vote.
I know that many of my followers will have exams, revision or deadlines round about now. I understand how stressful this can be, being in third year at uni I’ve been through this a lot. And I thought I’d give you a few times on what you can do*. *Bare in mind that these might … More Look after Yourself (Exams and Deadlines).
They told me that university is full of diversity, but I never believed them. Call me a pessimist, but I wasn’t looking at a business, I was looking at an education. They say uni will be the best experience, but that’s how I describe Keele. I was stumped how to write this, but I wanted … More Diversity.
*Featured Image from – http://www.unesco.org – I don’t own it.* Well, it is that time of year again. International Literacy Day provides such an important message. It states how important reading is and of course, how great books are. The World Literacy Foundation states that: In 1965, UNESCO declared September 8 to be International Literacy Day. … More I can’t live without books! – InternationalLiteracyDay