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Summertime Sadness: A(n Amateur) Guide to Mental Illness Management at Festivals

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

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I Never Promised You A Rose Garden by Hannah Green – A Review

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

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Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig – A Review

Story time. As an unwritten rule, once it gets above 22 degrees Celsius in Britain, we freak out. If it gets above 25, the old 'Hot, isn't it?' 'Yeah, might be too hot' conversation starts emerging. And then you get this past week. Consistently hitting between 26 and 31 for a full five days, people… Continue reading Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig – A Review