Culture

Everything I have learned from Love Island 2018

I have to be completely honest. The reason I've barely written anything on my blog recently is because 9-10pm is my writing golden hour. It's when I feel most creative and relaxed, usually stuffed full of cheesy pasta and drinking a cuppa. But for the last few weeks, something far more important has been occurring… Continue reading Everything I have learned from Love Island 2018

Culture

The February Round-Up: Depressing documentaries, drag queens and all the Glossier

Oh look, it's your favourite #Influencer back with her monthly round-up of all the things she's been watching, reading, listening to and obsessing over (it's a few days late, but that's fashionable, right?) February has been a very busy and eventful month for me. I got a Monzo card, and subsequently gave everyone I know… Continue reading The February Round-Up: Depressing documentaries, drag queens and all the Glossier

Essays

My version of love

I have to admit, I'm not the biggest fan of the cultural phenomenon that is Valentine's Day. There's something mildly icky about panic-buying the same old bunches of roses, boxes of chocolates and cringey cards, paying double for hotel rooms and sitting knee-to-knee with other couples in overpriced restaurants with heart-shaped confetti all over the… Continue reading My version of love

Essays

Long-term love when you’re a millennial? Wtf lol

I'm only 22, but I've been with my boyfriend, Laurie, for almost eight years. We met at school aged 13, but our memories of our first meeting differ wildly - and neither are particularly good. Me: He was running around the playground with a pot of 'stinky mushroom powder' that his auntie had bought him… Continue reading Long-term love when you’re a millennial? Wtf lol