It's the beginning of the term and with high expectations and no expectations all at the same time I begin the next stage of my educational and personal journey to achieving my masters degree. With completing my undergraduate degree in Comparative Literature in the summer, I began the start of term completely blind as to what the upcoming year had to offer.
As Christmas is less than 48 hours away, I thought I’d do my blog post about something Christmassy. What better than talking about the musical I went to see over the weekend based on one of my favourite Christmas films, Nativity.
With the current focus on the looming climate emergency, there is a curiosity amongst society to live a more environmentally conscious lifestyle. Unfortunately, a lot of the message is lost in translation and many people are unclear as to where to start.
Why should you stop consuming animal products?
One option is cutting out animal products and adopting a vegetarian or vegan diet. I stopped eating meat in 2015 and have never looked back. I have decided to share the reasons why I chose to do this and my tips for making the change easier.
Earlier this month, I wrote a blog post about my mental health crisis and how I was able to pull through with the help of a group of amazing people. It was scary writing such a personal and brutally honest piece, the fear of judgement from my peers was overwhelming. It’s a shame that mental health is still a taboo subject, it affects us all but it seems that only a select few choose to talk about it.
The scenery? Outstanding. The food? Mouth-watering. The temperature? Difficult to get to sleep.