Last year I did Dry January and loved it so much I didn’t drink a DROP of alcohol until May. Not going to lie, I felt amazing. Not drinking myself to oblivion and being hungover all weekend was really good for my physical and mental health. Shocking that! But it’s not all kale-smoothies-and-inspirational-quotes.
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!
If the me of 2016 bumped into me today, 2016 me would probably invite her to some irrelevant after-party, then call her boring when she refused to come. As a student, it’s fine to drink to the point of oblivion four times a week, live off takeaways, and spend all your money exclusively between the … More How to be Boring
In a town where students brush shoulders with drag queens and the upper-class sip cocktails with tie-dye covered hippies, it is easy to fall into the trap of thinking that Brighton is just full of edgy bars, quaint pubs and glamorous late-night hideouts. But you’d be wrong. Just like every other city in the UK, … More What Happens on West Street