Culture, General

10 Reasons to Love ’10 Things I Hate About You’

Whilst some of you may be half way through a bottle of wine, or partying it up in a room of sweaty drunkards, I am having a girls' night in watching 10 Things I Hate About You.' There is nothing I would rather do on a Saturday night that tuck into a cult classic chick flick. Quite… Continue reading 10 Reasons to Love ’10 Things I Hate About You’

Culture, General

The King of Bookshops

Every bookworm has a favourite bookshop. Yes, our heart does skip a beat for every shop we walk past containing books, but there is a special place in our heart for our very favourite cove of literary treasures. Whether it's a pokey local den or a particular branch of a national chain, there is something… Continue reading The King of Bookshops

Culture, General

Quick Guide: London Mithraeum

Situated in the heart of the hustle and bustle of London, the London Mithraeum captures the essence of Rome in a 45-minute shot of culture. This place is a historian's and archeologist's dream! First discovered in the 1950's, the ruins of the Roman temple dedicated to Mithras, have been restored and preserved for audiences from… Continue reading Quick Guide: London Mithraeum

Culture, General

#NatStatWeek

No, not national statistics week. It's National Stationery Week! Hands up if you're addicted to stationery? I remember being in primary school where pencil cases were a social statement of how 'cool' you were. It was a time when the rubbers were comical and the rulers were bendy. But alas, times have changed and so… Continue reading #NatStatWeek

Culture, Fashion, General

A Bridge, a Boat and a Bride

Bristol. The land renowned for man buns, avocados and everything organic or vegan. The hipster capital of England, if you will. Needless to say, I wasn't in Bristol for any hipster frivolities - I'm hardly an avocado connoisseur and man buns scare me slightly. Instead, we journeyed westward for a bridge, a boat and a… Continue reading A Bridge, a Boat and a Bride