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

7 ways the patriarchy has failed me, personally

Let's get a few things out the way. I am a very privileged woman. I grew up with parents who told me I could be anyone I wanted to be. I've always been surrounded by strong women. I am relatively middle-class living in a modern, multi-cultural city. I've never been assaulted, raped or abused. I… Continue reading 7 ways the patriarchy has failed me, personally

Interviews

Talking self-doubt, imposter syndrome and doing the things that scare you with Stevie Martin

If you bump into me on the Jubilee Line on a Tuesday morning, I should warn you that I won't take my headphones out to say hello because I'll be listening to the Debrief podcast. If you haven't already listened (or heard me rambling on about it), it's a weekly show hosted by writer/journalist/comedians Tessa… Continue reading Talking self-doubt, imposter syndrome and doing the things that scare you with Stevie Martin

Culture

How to be a graduate basic bitch in London

Those of you who have been fans of my work since the beginning (hi Mum) will remember my groundbreaking article on The Tab, 'A comprehensive manual on becoming an EX4 basic betch.' It was, I'm told, an incredibly useful guide on becoming basic enough to fit in at Exeter. I've lived permanently in London for… Continue reading How to be a graduate basic bitch in London