Tales of an Exhausted Bride-To-Be

When we got engaged in November, we didn’t really get chance to celebrate it with the people we love. There simply wasn’t time. I left England two weeks after we got engaged and had a schedule full of seeing people to say goodbye. My leaving meal with both my family and Jack’s became an engagement... Continue Reading →

Shit We Need To Stop Telling Young Girls

*These things are things I have often heard (mostly addressed to young girls) - they have either been said to me or someone I know* It’s 2019. The world is changing around us so much that even the climate change deniers are finally starting to concede that things around us are indeed shifting. Women are... Continue Reading →

Are you an Alexa in your relationships?

“I need to talk to you.” “You’re such a good listener!” “It reminds me of a time that this happened to me!” “Speaking of which, this happened to me today...” “That’s cool... I need to tell you about my day, though.” “Sorry I haven’t replied for a few days, but you’ll never guess what’s just... Continue Reading →

It’s Time to Cancel Cancel Culture

When I was at secondary school, social media was just taking off. Everyone had a MySpace, a Bebo and Piczo account. We weren’t really taught much about them because the technology was so new that even our teachers were a bit clueless about it all. We didn’t know what online grooming was, that chat rooms... Continue Reading →

Seriously, Where Is The Love?

When I was younger, The Black Eyed Peas released the song ‘Where Is The Love?’. It was everywhere. It was number one in the UK charts for weeks, played on every radio station and subconsciously hummed be everyone I knew. It was an anthem calling for peace and unity and we were asked to ask ourselves... Continue Reading →

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