ANIMAL CROSSING NEW HORIZONS: ONE YEAR ON (WHAT IT COULD STILL BECOME)

I was one of those people who bought Animal Crossing New Horizons on the day of release. I may have shed a tear of joy when Tommy and Timmy welcomed me to my new home. I was a dedicated AC player for years before 2020; I had New Leaf on 3DS, City Life on the … More ANIMAL CROSSING NEW HORIZONS: ONE YEAR ON (WHAT IT COULD STILL BECOME)

AM I LEARNING MORE ABOUT MYSELF BECAUSE OF LOCKDOWN, OR AM I JUST TWENTY-SIX?

I feel like an adult. Mostly. I still won’t answer or make phone calls, but I do think about things like mortgage rates and a five year plan. I don’t read YA anymore because it feels too young for me. I like learning things that might create an intellectual conversation one day with my almost-thirty-year-old … More AM I LEARNING MORE ABOUT MYSELF BECAUSE OF LOCKDOWN, OR AM I JUST TWENTY-SIX?

THE TIMES I’VE BEEN AFRAID TO BE A WOMAN

Sarah Everard’s case has sparked a huge, necessary, discussion about how women are afraid to be alone outside, especially in the dark. The following moments I am about to share are not unique. They are something every woman goes through. Every. Single. Woman. I have never met a woman who hasn’t been catcalled, assaulted, followed, … More THE TIMES I’VE BEEN AFRAID TO BE A WOMAN

WHY I SPENT £30 ON BACK ISSUES OF GLAMOUR MAGAZINE

In 2018, Glamour magazine went from being a monthly glossy magazine to a bi-annual style guide, sharing the must-haves of the season ahead (SS or AW) as well as various interviews and articles relevant to the time. These beauty books weren’t readily available in most supermarkets, and so I have only ever managed to buy … More WHY I SPENT £30 ON BACK ISSUES OF GLAMOUR MAGAZINE