Bird Box – A Success?

If you haven’t had the chance to watch Netflix’s newly acclaimed Bird Box you must have been living life blindfolded. The horror has taken the world by storm with everyone chirping their opinions on whether the flick was a hit or a miss. Now here are my musings. First off, I think I was lucky enough […]

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Gay Clubbing – A Safe Haven for Straight Single Females?

Just going to put a question out there. When was the last time you had a genuinely fun night out? No hassle. No drama. Just the best night clubbing. Now, this time last week I was recovering from a weekend of partying on the gay cubbing scene. It was the most fun night out I have […]

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10 Truths About Living in the City

One can imagine living in the city to be like something out of a film. Constant socialising, backpacking across the city and a general rosy approach to life is the general conception of city life – and you wouldn’t be wrong. Having spent nearly a month living in the city, I’m obviously an expert on […]

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10 Reasons to Love ’10 Things I Hate About You’

Whilst some of you may be half way through a bottle of wine, or partying it up in a room of sweaty drunkards, I am having a girls’ night in watching 10 Things I Hate About You.’ There is nothing I would rather do on a Saturday night that tuck into a cult classic chick flick. Quite […]

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The King of Bookshops

Every bookworm has a favourite bookshop. Yes, our heart does skip a beat for every shop we walk past containing books, but there is a special place in our heart for our very favourite cove of literary treasures. Whether it’s a pokey local den or a particular branch of a national chain, there is something […]

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Quick Guide: London Mithraeum

Situated in the heart of the hustle and bustle of London, the London Mithraeum captures the essence of Rome in a 45-minute shot of culture. This place is a historian’s and archeologist’s dream! First discovered in the 1950’s, the ruins of the Roman temple dedicated to Mithras, have been restored and preserved for audiences from […]

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#NatStatWeek

No, not national statistics week. It’s National Stationery Week! Hands up if you’re addicted to stationery? I remember being in primary school where pencil cases were a social statement of how ‘cool’ you were. It was a time when the rubbers were comical and the rulers were bendy. But alas, times have changed and so […]

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