Little Victories

I did one of the scariest things I can think of last week. I phoned the tax office. Twice. Obviously, this is nowhere near the scariest thing in the world. But for me this is terrifying. I get very anxious about phone calls and this was a really bad challenge. I had had a panic …

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A Sequel to Unbreakable and Split?!

There will obviously be spoilers for Split in this post. Unlike a lot of people I know, I really enjoy (most of) M. Night Shyamalan's work. I even worte a chapter of my dissertation about Unbreakable, as it's one of my favourite films. As we all know, Shyamalan had been having a dark period in …

7 Reasons to Visit Winchester, UK

Winchester is one of my favourite places in the world. It's my university city and I have had the best times there. It's such an amazing city that you should visit if you have the chance, and here are some reasons why! It's beautiful. Winchester is absolutely picturesque and as a result, has been used …

Ebbs and Flows (Writing Update #8)

Writing has been odd for me lately. I've been desperately trying to write but nothing really seems quite right, so I'm attempting to push through. I've started feeling quite anxious again and I can't completely quite pinpoint why. There doesn't seem to be a logical reason. The only thing I can think of is that …

How To Plan A Cheap(ish) Holiday

During my time at University I went on my first holiday without my parents. I went to Paris with a really good friend, and I was shocked at how expensive it was. Since then I've been bitten by the travel bug, and am always trying to maximise experiences while minimising the budget! Recently, I went …

A Day at the BFI and Radio Times Television Festival

Between the 7th and 9th April 2017, the BFI and Radio Times launched their first television festival, designed to celebrate television and its evolution over recent years. I was lucky enough to attend four events on the 8th April at the BFI Southbank, a place I love to visit. There was a range of over …

Creepy Travels – Winchester

Hampshire is known for being haunted, and the former capital city Winchester has a long and chequered history...Here's a few places you can visit to get a sense of this spooky city! The Buttercross The Buttercross in the Market Square originally was there to mark the centre of the city in medieval times, however, Winchester's buttercross …