I've been meaning to write a blog post about this for a while, because I have pretty strong views on social media as a whole. I've written a couple of features about the correlation between social media use and mental health struggles, and I've based lots of my essays at University on social media in… Continue reading The Instagram Generation: Is It Actually All a Bit Shit?
So, it's pretty fair to say that last week was a bloody good week. It all started when I woke up at 8am on Friday to watch Princess Eugenie's wedding. Yes, I did do that - and no, I don't care. She may be one of the lesser-known royals, but she is still royal, and… Continue reading How my Tweet About My Scar & Body Empowerment Turned Into a BBC Article
It was generically reading Eat, Pray, Love six years ago because everyone else was doing it that made me want to go to Bali in the first place. So, when I finally got around to doing so, and found out that tourists are able to go and see the actual son of the medicine man… Continue reading Eat, Pray, Love Fans Rejoice: My Experience With a Balinese Healer
I did it, guys. I finally went to Bali, after years of pining over it. And, without sounding really corny, the experience has actually changed my life and broadened my mind, re-igniting my love of faraway destinations and long-haul travel. This idyllic Indonesian island is quite simply paradise on Earth, and spending three weeks there… Continue reading My 9 Essential Tips For Backpacking In Bali
Being a Journalism Studies student at the University of Sheffield, I had the amazing opportunity of undertaking a work placement at the Press Association for a week towards the end of June. The experience itself was a whole host of things, positive and negative; liberating, scary, eye-opening, and stressful. All at the same time. I've… Continue reading Doing a Work Placement in London: My Sneak Preview of Life in the Capital