In the winter, life can feel far more taxing. Forcing yourself out of bed before the sun rises, remembering to layer up before you leave the house and keeping on top of the small, mundane efforts, for example, car maintenance (especially if the ‘beast from the east’ was anything to go by) all provide the perfect reason for hibernation.
Krept & Konan’s Freak of the week blared out of a tinny speaker before he answered the call. I didn’t intend to spend so much time with Daniel, but having an inside scoop on his life was quite the thrill. Not thrilling like watching a small frog fight off a giant wasp on David Attenborough’s Planet Earth 2, but I felt like a fly on the wall.
August – a month which brings both my birthday, and sadly, the end of summer – or, if you’re living by British standards, a season which is defined by sporadic bursts of sunshine, followed by an unexpected downpour as soon as the barbecues and our sandals are out.
To celebrate turning 24 years young and the penultimate bank holiday of 2017, in typical Millennial fashion, my friends, boyfriend and I headed for a bottomless brunch. Continue reading “Review: Bottomless brunch at MOMMI”
‘Maybe people won’t like my posts, and then, you have a mini-anxiety attack’
Millennials searching for cosmetic procedures are on the increase, with interest about aesthetic treatments up 16% on 2015, according to data collated by RealSelf.
So what has fuelled this rise? In a recent American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery survey, over 40% of surgeons reported that looking better in selfies on Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook was an incentive for getting surgery.
During my bewildered days at University, where the heavy ‘Understanding Literature’ gathered dust on my shelf, it was difficult to feel inspired by poetry I couldn’t decipher.
Being a roadman is a full time job.
Manning the streets, ensuring your territory is protected and looking after the squad and stash are just three responsibilities.
We live in a world where faces are illuminated by phone screens more than emotions
I was lucky enough to experience the most celebrated western holiday, Christmas, in Japan. I heard that the festive season was popular here, however, Christmas day was kind of a ‘couples thing,’ and my friends from the U.K. who had already experienced a Christmas here said it was weird and lonely and just didn’t feel the same. My reaction: DAMN what do I do!?
In August 2015, I did something scary, challenging and new. I climbed the 3,776 metres up Mount Fuji – also known as ‘Fuji-san’ in Japanese.