It’s Pride Month, I participated in the the Pride march in Edinburgh last weekend, and so naturally I’ve been thinking a lot about LGBTQ+ rights. Couple that with the insane nonsense about Straight Pride and we’ve got a lot of … Continue reading I’m proud to be an LGBTQ+ ally
A couple weeks ago I had my last dance show with my university team. And as much as graduation is supposed to signify my move into adult life, I think it’s closing the book on my dancing life that feels … Continue reading The final bow for this childhood dancer
Let me preface this blog post with the fact that I fully accept that I am no expert and this is just what I’ve learned from personal experience. I have never dieted, and that’s not to say I’ve never had … Continue reading Don’t diet, make long term lifestyle changes
So Bake Off time rolls around again but on Channel 4 instead of the good ol’ BBC? With no Mel and Sue? And with no Mary Berry? How could it possibly be the same? Bake Off lovers everywhere are asking … Continue reading The new GBBO – is it still okay to love?
Okay, so I took a detour from the endeavour to inhale as much of the fiction that-you-should’ve-read-by-now and read what is possibly my first non-fiction novel for fun. Initially maybe a little strange because it’s something I’m not used to … Continue reading Book review: Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert
I find it interesting to see how other classic mediums of communicating art like literature and print media are continually descending in popularity whilst film and television rise. We have a society of people who like to zone out and … Continue reading Theatre will never die
A couple of my younger friends from school are currently applying to universities for when they finish in the summer and I have found myself being asked what it’s like to start going to university. The honest truth of it is … Continue reading So what’s uni like? | 6 student tips and insights
I moved to Edinburgh to start university and I am in the lucky position that I live in a flat that my parents own. They bought it because my sister and I were living in the same city and it … Continue reading Living my interior designer dream… on a budget | Student Flat DIY
The Little Princess Trust is a registered charity that provide real hair wigs, free of charge, to boys and girls across the UK and Ireland that have lost their own hair through cancer treatment. Obviously this is a great cause. I … Continue reading Donating my hair to Little Princess Trust!