I work on average twenty-five to thirty hours a week. That’s paid work I mean. The bulk of these hours are over the weekend and when I arrive to work on a Friday evening I am met with jibes of do you even work here? Lazy, part-timer, long time no see. What they do not… Continue reading The Double Employment of Students is Affecting Our Wellbeing.
1st February 2019. Christmas felt heavy. As a waitress I worked all the Christmas period including Christmas Day and as it was university assessment period, I also had nine thousands words to write and a dissertation plan to sort. When I graduated I moved back home, where my boyfriend also moved so we could begin… Continue reading Home.
The thing with blogging is that everyone is pushing for more more more. How to improve your DA, your SEO, your Pinterest, and always trying to sell you an EBOOK on how to be the best blogger you can be. On the one hand, it is incredible how people can make careers out of just… Continue reading The Benefits of Blogging as a Student.
Hello! I love Mac and cheese, it’s definitely one of my favourite foods and I have such fond childhood memories based around my dad making it for me and my sister when mum was away. I wanted to recreate a vegan and easy version of it, so I’ve played around with some many versions and… Continue reading Vegan Recipe: One Pot Mac and Cheese.
1.1.19 Today I have spent most of the day with my head over a bowl of steaming water in an attempt to clear my congested body. With the new year, new me discourse that circulates in these first few weeks of January it all feels particularly metaphorical. Ridding myself of the bad, making room for… Continue reading The Only Way Is Up, Baby.
Self-care. We all hear about it. Use a bath bomb, stay in bed, say no to that extra responsibility, tell somebody their behaviour is toxic etc. It’s all wearing thin and becoming a bit washed out. Self-care should be about the necessary things we all need to be doing to take care of our mental… Continue reading Student Self Care
I’ve always been aware of just how un-ethical fashion is. I hate to be that person but I really was into organic cotton way before it was cool. I’ve grown up around women who sew, my nan was a seamstress and my mum is an incredible knitter. As a child, I was part of the… Continue reading Sustainable Fashion: Changing The Conversation & Baby Steps for Change.