Dear Millennials

Dear Millennials, Those of all ages, genders and identities. Whether you fit into the ‘generation y’ or ‘generation z’. This one is for you. We’ve grown up around smartphones and gadgets, tablets and apps. Our whole societal identity is based on technology. Bookmarked as problematic. Unsocial. Selfish. As well as stupid, ignorant and lazy. We’re a generation starting conversations on matters ahead of our pace … Continue reading Dear Millennials

Murder Mystery: JonBenet Ramsey

I wanted to start off my murder mystery series with a case that has caught my attention time and time again. The case of JonBenet Ramsey. JonBenet Ramsey was a 6-year-old child beauty pageant queen, who was discovered murdered in the basement of her own home on December 26, 1996. Ramsey was the daughter of a wealthy businessman, John Ramsey, and her mother Patsy Ramsey was … Continue reading Murder Mystery: JonBenet Ramsey

Types of Flatmates You Should Expect to Meet at University

If you’re looking forward to university but the idea of living with strangers for a year is creeping you out, or you’re just trying to grasp an idea of the kinds of people you might live with, then this is the post for you. I’ve lived in University halls – twice. So I’ve lived with two very diverse/different groups and I’ve learnt a thing or two about some … Continue reading Types of Flatmates You Should Expect to Meet at University

Prison Break: TV Tag

I’M SO EXCITED to share this post and my absolute love/obsession with Prison Break. Thank you to my fave blogger/friend/writer Shan for tagging me to do this, do check out her blog and show love where you can! I’m a massive lover of Prison Break and of course the brothers Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) and Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell).I could re-watch specific episodes/scenes and quote … Continue reading Prison Break: TV Tag