As a 20 year-old white British woman, I recognize that I am privileged and I do my best to not to forget that. Watching the news of George Floyd, Belly Mujinga, Breonna Taylor and many others, I knew I couldn’t stay silent and I needed to do more to be anti-racist. Even though the time to use our platforms and speak out about the deep … Continue reading Black Lives Matter
As a modern society, many of us rely on our phones and laptops for work and study. Our eyes are paying the price of our constant use of our digital devices, especially during the Coronavirus pandemic with many of us working from home. We are much more reliant on our phones and laptops to get us through this difficult time in our lives, and in … Continue reading 5 Things You Need To Do If You Sit At A Desk All Day
Since the lockdown was introduced, I have been wanting to read more books, especially those left unopened on my bookshelf. With my placement year finishing early, I thought it was the perfect time to delve into a good book for at least thirty minutes a day. ‘If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things’ by Jon McGregor On a street in a town in the North of … Continue reading 3 Books to Read During Lockdown
Communications must be clear and concise and this has never been more important than at a time of national crisis. People must be able to easily understand what is going on and know exactly what they should be doing moving forward. In 2017, the government was warned that its communications strategy was flawed and should be re-considered as it had substantial inadequacies. This was concluded … Continue reading Politics Aside, 3 Reasons Why Government Communications Faltered
A lot of people push this to the back of their to-do list as this test often sounds rather boring and a lot like those exams you had at high school. As a result of this thought stream, it’s easy to not revise for it in your free time. There’s no point putting it off again and again, as you’ll have to do it eventually … Continue reading 4 Tips To Ace Your Theory Test!
I’ve never been one with lots, so I want to do everything I can to save what I have and use it on experiences and memories that I know I’ll cherish during my life. As we all know, money doesn’t grow on trees and therefore we have to work for it. You’re going to have to do this throughout your life and thus, now is … Continue reading 5 Money Saving Tips (That Work Like A Charm in 2020)
I may be writing this a bit late in January, but I needed some time to sit and reflect on the past 365 days. Writing this I’m thinking more reflective posts may follow later on… but here goes for now! Blogging has been hard to fit in regularly for a large amount of the year and I haven’t been able to hold myself to the … Continue reading 2018 Reflections
Another city ticked off the list! This was the first place I visited during my Interrail trip: Copenhagen, Denmark with my twin sister Kristina! You can find out more about how to Interrail in my Beginner’s Guide here!🇩🇰 A change of scenery from work and studies is always needed and this short time in the city was a must. Copenhagen has a lot to offer, there’s no … Continue reading Four Places to Visit in Copenhagen
Quite a few people have seen that I travelled around Europe at the end of August/beginning of September and have asked how I did it. So I thought there’s no better place than compiling everything in one place! So you may ask… How did I travel to 5 countries? Earlier this year, I applied for an Interrail pass through #DiscoverEU to travel in the summer. … Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide To Interrail! 🇪🇺🚆
When visiting New York, I’m sure you want to see and do as much as possible! With NYC being home to 8.5 million, the place is buzzing with things to do, meaning you’re likely to only just scratch the surface of the place whilst you’re there for a short period of time. Of course, this list is just a small selection of things you can … Continue reading 9 Places You Must Visit in New York City!