I wrote a little piece for my university magazine about my adopted home in North Norfolk. Check it out over on the Impact website here!
I've been away a long time. Since my last post, my summer has consisted of living this alternate life in Norfolk where I was working 5 days a week in a little seaside cafe where the rest of the world doesn't exist. I would get up every day, cycle half an hour in the morning … Continue reading Making Your House as Chill as the Person You Wish You Could Be
Not often do I love something as much as I love the Twitter of one @jonnysun. Not often does a series of words stick with me for long periods of time, let alone inform my decisions and give me hope to the point where I put it above my desk. A few years back, I … Continue reading We’re All Sick and Jomny Sun is the Cure
A couple of weeks ago now, a group of my uni friends and I went to Citadel Festival in London. Full of current and past favourites of mine including Laura Marling, Maggie Rogers, Parcels and headliners Foals, it was an instant yes from me when my lovely and always on-the-music-ball friend David suggested it. I'd … Continue reading Summertime Sadness: A(n Amateur) Guide to Mental Illness Management at Festivals
I'm back! My sunburn has turned to tan so I'm ready to get back to working here in drizzly England. One thing I am already missing dearly, however, is the possibility of doing nothing but read a book on the beach all day. In an attempt to relive it, here is a small review of … Continue reading Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman – A Review
So this post is entirely self-indulgent. I'm going on holiday in a couple of weeks with my best friend and despite neglecting to buy a bikini I have, of course, selected my reading material. It's kind of the most important part of my hype process. Shush. This post contains some of my holiday reads of … Continue reading My Holiday Read Recs
Here we are - the first of the heavy dissertation texts. First, I need to do a teeny bit of disclaiming. I haven't actually finished this book. I took it out of my university library to read before I headed home for the summer but, unfortunately, did not reach the end. I will go into why … Continue reading I Never Promised You A Rose Garden by Hannah Green – A Review