Album Review – ‘What Did You Want To Be?’, Tom Williams

I’ve been looking forward to Tom Williams’ newest album for months, and it was everything I wanted and more. The older I get and the more I understand about songwriting, the more I appreciate Tom’s music and his influence on me as a writer. If you haven’t read my post all about Tom’s past music and how he mentored me through the first few years of … Continue reading Album Review – ‘What Did You Want To Be?’, Tom Williams

March was the best month I’ve had in years and here’s why

At the end of February, all the crazy (and honestly, unnecessary) drama in my life had finally died down, leaving me the room to finally focus on the good in my life. By the end of March, I felt like a new person and I am the happiest I have been in a long time. Here are some of the amazing lovely things that happened … Continue reading March was the best month I’ve had in years and here’s why

Why losing some friendships was the best thing that ever happened to me

Anyone would tell you that I’m not an argumentative girl – I don’t like conflict and I always think it’s better to calmly step away from something than to get involved in some full-blown drama. So, whilst going through school didn’t really involve many major fall-outs, making *and keeping* friends at university is a whole new ball game. My second year has involved so much … Continue reading Why losing some friendships was the best thing that ever happened to me

Dear Olivia Jade: My take on the college admissions scandal

If you haven’t read about the college admissions scandal by now, you’ll need to tell me which rock you’re under so I can hide there for future reference – it’s a massive story, and understandably so; in what Forbes claims to be “the largest prosecuted college admissions scandal in U.S. history“, 50 people were charged in relation to paying between $200,000 and $6.5 million in … Continue reading Dear Olivia Jade: My take on the college admissions scandal

Things I have learnt this month: February

February was WILD. Going back to uni after a week of freedom (to some extent – considering the impending doom of coursework deadlines was at the beginning of the month) was tough, and I have only just settled in to being in lectures all day. With a rough few weeks in January, last month was one where I think I really grew. Make time to … Continue reading Things I have learnt this month: February

Just a bit of a general catch-up: February 2019

Hello friends! The last couple of months have been a little weird, mainly because of semester 1 exams but also because of general life; my last post was one I actually wrote weeks before it was published, but I had to schedule it for after things in my life had calmed down. For those of you that have liked my Facebook page, I filmed a … Continue reading Just a bit of a general catch-up: February 2019

It’s hard to find your people at university

In my sister’s own words, “friendships at uni seem so temporary” and while it sounds like we’re all falling in and out of fake friendships, I don’t think that’s the point. University is the place where I think I’ve grown the most in the shortest period of time – I’m much more in tune with myself than I was when I left school. One of … Continue reading It’s hard to find your people at university

Submitting to sex under pressure is not consent. It is acquiescence.

*TRIGGER WARNING* This post discusses sexual harassment, racism and rape, with links & screenshots which could be triggering. If this is something which might upset you, I would advise you to stop reading now. This was an incredibly difficult post to write (and I have been trying to do so for a few months now) and it addresses some horrifying content. The reading and research … Continue reading Submitting to sex under pressure is not consent. It is acquiescence.