'Commuting' is not an art i'm used to, nor have perfected. I guess living no more than 15 minutes from work walking means I never truly have commuted, unless you count my periodic trips into London for Theatre School and rehearsals a 'commute' (well, I did hit rush hour and have to get up at… Continue reading Life as a commuter
These past few weeks have given me a strong basis on which I can easily sprout a blog post on, when it comes to politics, not only in the UK, but on an European and Worldwide basis: From a more personal point of view, the week commencing on Monday 14th March gave me many opportunities;… Continue reading Politics review, Easter 2016.
I believe that we, living in a democratic society, have the power to change what we believe is wrong. Not at all in a tyrannical sense, but more due to the fact that we have been handed democratic opportunity. Some people aren't so lucky or may live under a government exercising different political views which… Continue reading The road to somewhere.
Hello! I hope you've all had a very merry christmas filled with joy, sparkle and surrounded by those who you love and that love you. However your day has gone, i'm sending lots of love your way. This isn't my main objective of the post, but I'm going to say a little about Christmas to begin… Continue reading To come in 2016…
During the Half term holidays, I went to Amadores, Gran Canaria and it was just amazing. The views were extraordinary, the weather was extraordinary and it was just a wonderful holiday with a good balance of work (I made sure to keep up with revision and any essays due whilst away, otherwise I think I… Continue reading Travel Journal: Amadores.