Choose to Look Up

Its a funny ol’ world God damn, it is. A strange, mysterious, critically beautiful world. Evening all, After studying the impact of social media on us ‘millennials’ for a recent assignment, I’ve been astounded at the studies and statistics suggesting we are missing out. Not because of the credit crunch or Trump’s unpopular politics, but…

This Week: How I made £700

  Evening lovelies, Today I thought I would get real with y’all and share my greatest achievement to date: my ability to save and make money. In August, Jay and I are moving to Australia, which is all very exciting, but when you run into overdraft and you need to save up enough to live…

Bring Me The Horizon: Manchester Arena

Okay, big breaths. It may have been a week since the best night of my entire life (squeals) occurred, but that doesn’t mean I’m over it. After waiting ten months, I surprised Jay with tickets for one of our favourite bands: Bring Me The Horizon. To those of you who haven’t heard of the notorious, Sheffield-based band,…

Here’s to Autumn.

Here’s to Autumn. A fresh start in the changing seasons. The falling leaves and rainy days are well underway, and its so freaking easy to moan about the cold weather and dark nights. But there’s something really tranquil about it. To post as and when is really all I can physically, and mentally, do right…

Life isn’t just for the ‘Living’

‘You deserve every breath you take; every path you walk and every thought you think’ The truth is: life is really really hard. It’s excruciatingly difficult. You’ll love and you’ll lose. I’m not trying to sugar coat that. But darling, this doesn’t mean your life isn’t worth credit. The truth is, life isn’t just for the living….

Hand Luggage Only

My summer, in a nutshell. For the last six weeks, I’ve been on the move, and I do apologise, because I know it’s meant my blog has had to take a back seat: but surely you have to experience things to write about them, don’t you? Currently, I’m sat in the kitchen of my grandparent’s…

Endless: A Playlist

Youth (acoustic)  //  Foxes benzo  //  Teen Suicide A  //  La Dispute Strong  //  London Grammar Breathe  //  RHODES Homesick  //  Catfish and the Bottlemen Californiacation  // Red Hot Chilli Peppers Asleep  //  The Smiths Memorial  //  Bring Me The Horizon Jesus Christ  //  Brand New VCR  //  The xx Elysium  //  Bear’s Den

Nighttime: A Playlist

She’s Lost Control // Joy Divison How Are You True // Cage The Elephant Don’t Go // Bring Me The Horizon Me // The 1975 If You Knew // Sew Intricate Scars // James Bay Clouds Above Pompeii // Bear’s Den Woods //  Bon Iver Baby Ain’t Made Of China // Wolf Alice Wedding Ring…

Initial Thoughts on the EU Referendum

Friday marked a sad, sad day for our nation. Regardless of whether you voted to stay or leave the EU,  I don’t think the any of us were expecting to be dropped into such a vast economic crisis overnight. In two hours, £350billion (40 years worth of EU funding) was lost, with the pound plummeting to…

Capital Creativity: National Gallery

After exploring the Tate Modern in my last arty post, I thought I would share my visit to the National Gallery with you all. contemporary art isn’t necessarily my thing, but we went along to have a look anyway, after all it’s a pretty iconic place to visit. In all honesty, I didn’t find much…

Lake District: 128 Hours

After 60km of mountain climbing and three nights camping, I’m back to my bed (and bathtub) and very worn out. Torver: We started our trip in Torver, quaint and quiet. Very quiet. But perfect for a days walking to Eskdale, (under 10km away). This isn’t to say that it isn’t hard work mind. Like the rest…