If you’ve got limited time to spend in the capital city, you’re going to want to experience as much as possible. Here’s how I spent my recent few hours in London.
Matt Haig’s semi-autobiography is an inspiring read about dealing with mental health.
The summer holidays are here! Here’s how to make the most out of the sunshine.
‘Never Going Underground: The Fight for LGBT+ Rights’ is an important reminder that the fight for equality is far from over.
‘The Shock Of The Fall’ by Nathan Filer is a book of a young man’s struggle with mental health.
A recent interaction fuelled a need to look into a few things.
I’m back! What says “welcome back” more than a post about mental health?
‘Search Party’ could be the millennial’s answer to the Scooby-Doo gang but don’t get me wrong, this is far from hi jinks and cartoon dogs. Also, this is a spoiler-free review.
Every year, when January 1st comes along so does the hangover, the regret and the New Year’s Resolution. Is it all just pointless, or does it actually add some value to our lives?
2016 has been a bit of a whirlwind year, hasn’t it? Whilst everything else has been a bit rubbish, there hasn’t been an abundance of great music. Here’s my top twenty albums of the past twelve months.