I’ve had this post sitting in my drafts for a long time and finally scheduled to write it this month, little did I know how relevant it was about to become! This is not about the current pandemic because tbh … Continue reading Learning to be alone
Six by Nico is hands down my favourite restaurant. They do 6-course themed tasting menus that change every 6 weeks. The thing I love about it is you’re able to eat the most gloriously delicious food at a really accessible … Continue reading Six by Nico | Edinburgh
So I recently read the book Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (And Other Lies) by Scarlett Curtis – it is a collection of essays in which various wonderful women talk about their experiences with feminism; things that made them angry, things … Continue reading What does Feminism mean to you?
Last weekend my sister and I jumped on a plane and headed to Copenhagen for a long weekend. Someone asked me why Copenhagen? and to be honest, we just wanted to adventure somewhere and the flights there are super cheap … Continue reading 4 days in Copenhagen
I’ve needed glasses since I was about 10 years old and since I was maybe 13 I’ve worn contact lenses. I’m short-sighted which means I can’t see things in the distance and the range of that distance got progressively worse … Continue reading So what’s it like to get laser eye surgery?
As a musical theatre nerd, I’m always up for a new way to bring musical theatre to the mainstream and to give the average person an accessible entry point into the art form. That said, I don’t think Cats is … Continue reading My major issues with the Cats movie
Now I’m not usually one to rely on New Year’s resolutions but what better time to kick off with some new goals. This isn’t to say these goals will remain throughout the whole of 2020. I may complete some, or … Continue reading My 2020 goals
2019 was a milestone year in my life. It’s where I went from being a student to an …adult? It certainly was a year of two parts – the first being filled with ‘lasts’; my last lecture, last exam, last … Continue reading 2019: the year of change
I’ve been going to London on my annual theatre pilgrimmage and actually for the last few years it’s been a biannual trip. Over those weekend trips I’ve obviously prioritised my stagey ulterior motive but I’ve also been able to discover … Continue reading London | Travel Tips & Things To Do
Oh here we go, she’s writing about politics! This soap-box isn’t really to talk about my particular political views it’s more about encouraging you, dear reader, to use your voice. There’s not long left so make sure that you register … Continue reading you have to use your vote