Today’s post isn’t really a review, more just an appreciation post for, what I consider to be, one of the best hours of TV I’ve ever watched.Black Mirror is a unique show in many ways. Every episode is self contained which allows viewers to dip in and out where they are interested and takes away…… Continue reading Black Mirror’s San Junipero
I have always been interested in the work that charities do to help people and animals facing adversity, and finding ways to contribute towards this effort. For me, the most realistic option at this stage in my life (I’m a student and not that well off) is taking part in fundraisers and donating where I…… Continue reading Charities and How to Take Part
First thing’s first, I know they’re… rustic. I didn’t have a piping bag.Here’s the bad boys in the oven. I’ve never made meringues before but they were actually super simple to make!Ingredients3-4 eggs.175g of caster sugar (to decrease sugar, substitute some with Stevia).RecipeSet the oven to 140C.Separate the yolks from the whites of 3-4 eggs…… Continue reading Homemade Meringues Recipe
A couple of weeks ago, after my 21st birthday, my cousin Ellie and I decided to get our asses out of our beds for once and go to the cinema. We’d both been dying to see Dunkirk because we’re both quite interested in history and I love going to see films. I had high expectations…… Continue reading Film Review: Dunkirk
I’ll rephrase that, it’s not the inspirational people’s problem, it’s mine. There are so many positive things to be gained from watching and listening to the people who inspire you but, sometimes, I find it has the opposite effect.One of the most inspirational people in the world, to me personally, is Emma Watson. I’m a…… Continue reading The Problem with Inspirational People
Again this is slightly on the late side so sorry about that but this is a round up of what I’ve been listening to recently 🙂 I have to admit that over the past month I’ve been listening to slightly less music. I’m not really sure why that is but it might be to do…… Continue reading July Music Favourites!
The chances are, unless you’re from the Highlands of Scotland, you have no idea what Belladrum Festival is. Oh also unless you’re my cousin who travelled all the way from Cornwall for it. The best way I can describe it is a local festival. There’s music, food, comedy, films, camping and…alcohol. When I was younger…… Continue reading Life Update – Belladrum Festival and Turning 21