48 hours in Prague

Hello internet beans, remember me? How ya doing? Good? Good. Me? Oh I’ve been okay, you know, working, went to Prague recently. How was it you ask? Well… My little voyage over to Czech Republic was quick, but I absolutely fell in love. Prague is unlike any city I’ve ever been to, maybe with the […]

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Alternative Summer Playlist

As I am writing this, I’m flicking through the music channels on Sky and it just firmly proves how much you NEED this list in your life. Which is another way of saying, music channels are currently making me despair, but that’s a rant for a different day.  But also, I think I might edit this list […]

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Mini Paphos Guide

Summer holiday season is among us, or at least it should be. Paphos is an incredible trip, and an all round pleaser. This is the place where I get off the plane and it’s like, awh, home. I don’t know if that’s because I’ve been going for a long ole time or because its just a magical, […]

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Exams Are Over

Okay, so you know that feeling in your chest when you come out of an exam, maybe it went surprisingly well, maybe you don’t care anymore, but it’s over. Well, imagine that on prozak, merrily tipsy on tequila and you’ve got where I am about now. My exams are over. I have finished my first […]

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Blogging About Blogging

I actually wrote this post on Saturday, but my fave, Hannah Gale spoke so much truth in this post  on Sunday evening, I just wanted to further express my feelings on this topic: Blogging has been a part of my life throughout my teens and now into my twenties. Whether that be actively participating or just […]

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How To Convince Your Parents You Should Take A Gap Year

My dad is quite lenient. He never really set rules in our house. He bought our booze at 15 and was always happy when we came to him with a new idea. But when his only daughter, at 17-years-old came up to him and said,”I want to leave the country for an extended amount of time,” […]

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#UniMentalHealthDay

Did you know it was #UniMentalHealthDay ? No? Me either. In school, I had a Pastoral Support Manager. She lived down the road from me and was old drinking friends with my mother. I knew her two sons. I would go out on a limb and say she was not educated in anything other than […]

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15 Things I Miss About My Pre-Uni Life

So, as you may already be aware of, I don’t like conventions. I don’t do things in the normal order, and that’s not me being painfully indie or a convention-opression-fighting feminist, it’s just how I’ve done things. I tend to do them a little bit backwards, the whole going to uni thing for example. For […]

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Hurts at Brixton academy 13.02.2016

I remember the first time I heard Hurts. It was 6 years ago, I was getting in the shower and getting ready to go out as a rebellious, emotionally-stunted (Ta Mum) 16-year-old. I turned the music channels up loud enough to hear over the water. Then this song comes on. It was Stay. I had to turn […]

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Deaf Havana at Islington Assembly Hall 23.11.15

So this would be my third time seeing the Norfolk boys. There’s a reason I keep coming back. Islington Assembly Hall is a small venue in Islington high street. From the outside it looks like a museum and before the crowds started pouring in, I sort of felt like I was at a school disco. […]

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