University During a Pandemic
When people told me that the second year of university was going to be the toughest, I knew what I was prepared for. What I wasn’t prepared for though, was going into my second year of university during a pandemic that has impacted millions of lives. I have so many assignments due within a 2 week time period, projects for my modules that I have to keep on top of...
3 Easy Ways to Approach Fashion Trends Ethically
It’s fair to say that a lot of us want to fit in with new fashion trends whether we like to admit it or not. For me, I love to try out different fashion pieces that I can incorporate into my own personal style! Even though I’m a working-class student, it’s still important for me personally to try and make sure I try my best to consume fashion ethically and...
REVIEW: Opposite of Always by Justin A. Reynolds
Opposite of Always is a time-travelling YA novel. I was so impressed by how he was able to keep me hooked throughout the entire story! In this story, we follow Jack, who meets Kate, who ends up dying. Jack relives the period they meet up to her death over and over again to try and save her. Think Groundhog Day meets About Time kind of vibe.
4 Places to Add to Your Europe Bucket List
I'm pretty sure that during lockdown, we have all been dreaming about which places to visit abroad when we can finally travel without the fear of catching a virus that caused a whole pandemic. I've visited a fair amount of places in Europe, thanks to the interrailing journey I did back in 2019 with my friends and my mum insisting we go on holiday at least once every year since 2015. So I thought to share the 4 places I think everyone should add to their Europe bucket list.