You know when you have a bookshelf FULL of books and somehow there’s those few that just go unread for years – and they’re just sat there…waiting. This is me publicly naming these books in the hope that it will motivate me to read them first before buying more (this is quite unlikely). One. Nineteen … More My Great Unreads
My acne isn’t the worst by any means, however, it has affected me quite a lot. It’s not just a physical thing that makes you feel like you look a bit gross – but it can impact you emotionally and mentally too. I hated looking in the mirror and seeing my spot-ridden face and knowing … More Acne: a story.
I like being on my own. I like my own company. That’s not to say that I love being on my own all the time. I have the best family and friends who I love spending time with, but my friends and family understand that if I want to be alone it isn’t because I’m … More Going solo (most of the time)
Today I had the absolute pleasure of meeting Commander Chris Hadfield, who has been to actual space, and been the Commander on the actual ISS. That’s awesome. I finally got round to reading his biography An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth, and after a social media stalk – just yesterday – I found that … More Earthworm meets Spaceman
It’s results day, you’ve just found out you’ve got into university, congratulations! It’s an exciting and daunting prospect. Maybe you’re moving to the other side of the country, or maybe you’re living at home and commuting. Either way, it’s still a new experience, the unknown. I’ve only just finished my first year, so there’s still … More You’ve got into uni. Now what?
After queuing in the bitter Dutch chill for two and a half hours, Grace and myself finally entered Anne Frank’s Huis. After picking up our information booklet we entered the front of the house which consisted of a warehouse, offices and storerooms for Otto Frank’s (Anne’s father) business. Dotted around the rooms were quotes from … More Anne Frank’s Huis, March 2016