They say a picture is worth a thousand words… but sometimes a screenshot is worth only 4. “WHAT WERE YOU THINKING?!”
It’s November, so even though I haven’t quite whacked out the tinsel and the Michael Buble album, I’m starting to think about Christmas shopping. This year, I’m buying exclusively from independent retailers. This might be difficult if the people you love are desperate for an Xbox or a new iPhone, but even if you just make … More BUY INDEPENDENT THIS CHRISTMAS! (and where to buy from)
“I try stupid online dating trends so you don’t have to.”
It’s September – swear it was May about five minutes ago – meaning that Autumn will soon be on its way. Here are 7 essentials for your Autumn wardrobe! Leopard Print Scarf I was absolutely buzzing when leopard print came back into fashion this year. As a lover of all things animal print, it was … More 7 essential items for your autumn wardrobe
A few months ago, I went on a date with a funny, fit boy. By the end of it we were acting coupley, and he text me the next day asking me out again. A few weeks passed while we were both on holiday. He messaged me when I returned asking what days I was free. … More The Lowdown on Ghosting: is it OK?
Cast your mind back. It’s 2008. Fall Out Boy and My Chemical Romance are topping the charts. Everyone’s sporting studded belts, dyeing their hair black, and wearing eyeliner. If you listen carefully you can hear an echo of “it’s NOT just a phase mum!” from all over the country. You go to the PC and … More Is Trap This Generation’s Emo?
Living in the centre of Brighton, there’s never a dull moment. Especially if your neighbours are Pryzm, Wetherspoons, Revolution, Yates and a number of questionable kebab joints. Here’s all the weird things I saw on my doorstep this week!
Not a day goes by that the word Millennial doesn’t appear in the headlines. Whether we’re being told we could afford a house if we quit avocado toast, or getting insulted by Piers Moran – who FYI hasn’t been relevant since Britain’s Got Talent in 2008 – we get our fair share of stick in … More All the Millennial Things I Did This Month
Tell someone you’re on medication for mental health problems and their response will fall into three categories. They’ll be supportive, they’ll be strongly against it, or they’ll ask you whether they can get high off it (FYI it’s really rare to get prescribed Valium or Xanax in the U.K., but nice try you little fiends. … More Breaking the Stigma on Medication for Mental Illness
Last Friday, I checked the date and felt like the 11th of May had some kind of significance. Had I forgotten someone’s birthday? Had I missed a brow appointment? No, I realised it had been a year since I submitted my dissertation. A WHOLE YEAR. Post-uni life has been a weird blur that’s gone quicker … More The Best and Worst of Graduate Life