Throughout my life, the question “where did you go on holiday?” after the summer break has always filled me with a relatively large feeling of trepidation. While my classmates from primary school all the way to high school would fill the room with descriptions of exotic islands where they swam with turtles and cruises where … Continue reading Why It’s OK To Holiday In The UK
I want to begin by apologising. Blogging has not been in the forefront of my mind for a while now and it’s time I began regularly writing for you lovely readers again now it’s almost summer! However, writing has been something I’ve been doing a lot of recently as suddenly, lots of opportunities for journalistic … Continue reading Doctor Who? More Like Doctor Woohoo!
It’s almost summer and for many of us, that means family holidays and long car journeys. Whether driving to the stunning Norfolk coast of Britain like my family each year or driving to the airport to start an exciting adventure abroad, car journeys can be tedious at the best of times. They can also be … Continue reading 20 Thoughts I’ve Had During Family Car Journeys
How easy it is to feel lost in this age, striving for what everyone else has and not realising our own potential. Nobody has perfection: we’ve all been told that enough times, but living in the shadows of other people has become normalised. We all want and almost try to be our friends, our peers, … Continue reading Striving For Perfection
The miles and miles of field were ebbing away from me, pushing me away from my home while my head was buzzing with excited and nervous thoughts. My train came to a halt; messages were spoken to get off and passengers pushed past each other to reach the doors. I got on the platform, armed … Continue reading Independence
Nerve-wracking? Definitely. I’m not going to lie, that’s how it felt at the start: swarms of people getting photos and chatting while none of my friends were in sight. Luckily, one of them pulled up just after and soon there was a group of us being photographed, laughing while our heels were sucked into the … Continue reading Prom: My Experience and Outfit
“Start a blog; get some experience under your belt” she said. That’s my school’s careers adviser. I’m not going to lie, blogging seemed a bit daunting at first: what would I write about and who would actually listen? I left the idea for some time, while GCSE exams practically digested my life, but now I … Continue reading The Beginnings of a Train Of Idea…