Review: ‘Sense and Sensibility’

Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen My rating: 5 of 5 stars The first Jane Austen novel I tried reading was ‘Mansfield Park’ and I found it desperately dull. To my disappointment I thought that Austen was just not ‘for me’. However, I was pleasantly surprised to find that I absolutely loved ‘Sense and Sensibility’. […]

What to (realistically) bring to university

I am currently sat in my room listening to my chill Spotify playlist and procrastinating. I am writing this blog post for two reasons. Firstly, I haven’t updated in a while, and secondly, I don’t want to start my reading list for my fifth term at university! It sounds crazy to think that I’ve been […]

Review: Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches by Tony Kushner

Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches by Tony Kushner My rating: 5 of 5 stars Absolutely fantastic! Tony Kushner is a genius. Even though the play (including part 2) is eight hours long, every scene- every line, is crucial and important to the plot. Set in the 1980s amidst the AIDS crisis, Kushner raises […]

‘A Moveable Feast’ by Ernest Hemingway

A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway My rating: 5 of 5 stars ‘A Moveable Feast’ gave me a wonderful insight to Hemingway’s early life in Paris and the Lost Generation. I particularly enjoyed his descriptions of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. It is hard to decipher whether or not ‘A Moveable Feast’ is a memoir or […]

Anti-Fur Protest at LFW

18/02/17 outside London Fashion Week Surge info Sign the petition Every year the fur industry is responsible for the death of one billion rabbits and 50million other animals – including foxes, minks, dogs, cats, raccoons, chinchillas, seals and many more. Most of these animals are raised in fur farms, intensive facilities where the animals are kept […]

‘A Christmas Carol’ Review

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens My rating: 3 of 5 stars The Ghost of Christmas Yet-to-Come is more terrifying than I remember! Like in many of his other novels, Dickins perfectly describes the uncomfortable reality of the poor in Victorian England. Nevertheless, the happy ending brings hope to a capitalist world. View all my […]

University update: End of term 1!

Hello everyone! I have been meaning to write a blog post to update you all on how university is going, but I’ve been so busy reading, studying, and partaying, that I have had no time! Overall I am throughly enjoying it. You do get ups and downs, but that comes with anything really. First of […]

Bedroom aesthetic

Hello everyone! I am currently in Kent staying with my grandparents. They moved house a few years ago and redecorated, making the house look absolutely beautiful. The spare bedroom (the one that I am staying in) is so atheistically pleasing, I thought that I should share photos with you all! It is perfect for inspiration! […]