America, Donald Trump and Presidential Debates

What is so fascinating about the United States? I say it’s partly due to its superpower status and the millions of us chasing the American Dream. Most obviously, the current global fascination with the US is only promoted due to the current presidential nominees with the spotlight hitting Donald Trump (Drumpf). Having read some analysis in the morning … More America, Donald Trump and Presidential Debates

Disneyland Adventures

Part 1 Have you ever got on the Tube and witness poor souls racing to haul their luggage onto the train before the doors shut? Then you realise: they’re taking up a quarter of the bloody space. Well, imagine that but instead of one annoying traveller, there are seven of them. My family decided, much to my dismay … More Disneyland Adventures

Disneyland – Overview

Returning to Disneyland as a stoic-looking, hormonal teenager did have some setbacks. In all honesty, one reason I was enthusiastic was because I could take the aesthetically-pleasing photos leading me one step closer to my goal: becoming Instagram famous. My two cousins were pros when it came to that social media platform and love to take pictures, so it was the perfect … More Disneyland – Overview

Why Do Women Wear Makeup?

Inspired by Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett‘s ‘Why do girls wear makeup?’ article (, I wanted to try and write my own opinion. I did use her article as a guide to how I approached this. 🙂 Dating as far back as 10,000 BCE (yes, Jesus wasn’t even born yet), men and women have experimented with cosmetics for thousands … More Why Do Women Wear Makeup?

‘People who are going to die in ten years decided our future.’ – The argument of my generation.

The results of the EU referendum had led masses to flee to social media to express their undying rage. 16/17 year olds who weren’t able to vote argued that it was unfair that those who wouldn’t have to deal with the repercussions as, quoting one of my classmates, ‘they’ll be dead before the next sunrise’. … More ‘People who are going to die in ten years decided our future.’ – The argument of my generation.