New Year’s Special Post! The shit storm that was 2016 for it seems for humanity has finally come to an end and I am ready for a fresh start. Some people find the whole new year new start thing frivolous but for some, it’s a good way to feel hopeful. To look ahead and … Continue reading Goodbye, 2016!
This is not my usual Tuesday post but I have something else to say today. I have been blogging for just over a year now and with 2016 ending I feel like it is time to step back and evaluate some things. My time blogging has just begun. I have realised in this … Continue reading Rethinking and Recuperating.
“I myself have never been able to find out precisely what feminism is: I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat.” Rebecca West,Writer I am a Feminist. I always thought I was a good female as a teen. I knew about the suffragettes and … Continue reading Feminist AF but still learning
I’ve never been one for re-reading books or thought of myself as a person who would re-read books, yet here I find myself re-reading one of my many favourite books Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson. I’ve been in a bit of a book slump for some time. I blame required reading for my A Level … Continue reading Re-Reading
I have wanted to be a performer since I was young like thousands of people in the world. I have cried over parts and on stage, learnt lines at 3 am and walked into a west end theatre with dreams of one day being on the big stages that seemed so far away. I have … Continue reading Acting is classist
I read this play for my English class but I am very happy that I have taken the time to explore one of the most famous American plays in history. The themes presented in Streetcar are still relevant in the present as they were at the volatile time of pre-world war II. Williams does … Continue reading A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams
Yes, I am unashamed to announce that I am a scrooge and a humbug. Christmas seems to creep closer and closer to September and soon we’ll be hearing jingle bells in the summer time. The amount of pressure put on people during Christmas time, especially on parents. People comment on the materialism … Continue reading I don’t like Christmas