Finding the Uni For You

To continue my little life series, I thought I’d make a post about how to start off the ‘University Journey’. Sounds nice and easy, doesn’t it? Well, we’ll see.

Do I Want To Go To Uni?

Ah, September. Here we are again. Back to school, back to winter coats and covering up, back to life. It’s time to dust off your text books and get back to all those horrible responsibilities. 

Vegans? Vegans!

Let’s be frank here, this is the internet. Nothing goes unsaid and no one is not made fun of. That includes the groups of people who decide that, to make the world a better place, they will give up eating or using products that come from animals. 

A Word on Lena Dunham.

When I heard that creator and star of one of my all time favorite love-to-hate shows had written a memoir, I instantly knew I just had to have it. Not That Kind of Girl is a bestseller written by none other than the infamous love-to-hate Lena Dunham.

“Insert-Motivational-Quote-Here”

At the start of this academic year (about  a month and a half ago), I swore to myself that this year would be different. I swore to myself, and everyone around me (mainly to give myself more of an incentive to actually do it) that I would change. I would do all the things thatContinue reading ““Insert-Motivational-Quote-Here””

Justified Injustice // Poetry Series Part 3

Ode To Leelah She. She. She Was so beautiful. Trapped, a soldier, a martyr. She was strong. She was brave. She. She. She Was encaged, locked into this world Misunderstood and forgotten. Suffered in silence. Brushed aside. She is not he. Lost in a world, Where instinct And inside mean nothing. She fought too long,Continue reading “Justified Injustice // Poetry Series Part 3”

Justified Injustice // Poetry Series

I Come From I come from an easy life, Lack of hardship, Lack of labour, Food waiting on the table, Teachers waiting in the classroom. I come from not having to fight, For my freedom, for my rights. But I come from “boys will be boys” And “don’t go out alone” I come from keysContinue reading “Justified Injustice // Poetry Series”