Travelling To: Côte d’Azur, France

Known for its beautiful azure-blue water giving it its name, the Côte d’Azur has a reputation of being the go-to travel destination of the rich and famous. Stretching from Cassis to Menton near the Italian border, this part of the French coast is lined with star-studded towns like Cannes and nondescript fisher-towns alike. Top Attractions […]Read More

Travelling To: Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona means long summer nights, drinking sangria by the beach, and secret underground bars. However, by day, Barcelona is a cultural hub traversed with unique Gaudí architecture, home to artists, Gothic alleyways, and countless alternative vintage stores.  Nothing can be compared to the feeling of stepping out from the tube, breathing in for the first […]Read More

Getting from A to B: Transportation When Travelling

Especially now that a special someone called COVID-19 has taken over our lives and is keeping us locked up in our childhood bedrooms with the same old grisly views, a quick scroll through Instagram can have us drowning in self-pity.  With stunning pictures of white beaches in Greece or the turquoise water off the Côte […]Read More

Your Ultimate Guide To Accommodation When Travelling

Truth be told, I find myself staring at a map of Europe almost every day, zooming in and out, planning routes, and googling flights, before reality eventually catches up with me and I end up closing all the tabs. Once the idea to start travelling enters your head it is hard to ignore. If you’re even […]Read More

Yes, ‘FRIENDS’ Fans, Ross Geller is Problematic

Starting out in the mid-90s and running over ten seasons, twenty years later Friends is still the theme of countless pub quizzes and the source of inspirational quotes printed on cheap Primark t-shirts.  Friends fans have watched Ross pine for Rachel for almost two seasons, celebrated their first kiss, and had debates about whether they […]Read More

How the Beauty Industry Pressured Women Into Shaving

‘I shave my whole body every day. It’s exhausting. Trust me. It’s gotten to the point where it takes up more of my life than anything else.’ – Chrissy Teigen in Allure, April 2015 ‘I refuse to shave. I had hairy armpits … The boys in my school would make fun of me. “Hairy monster.” […]Read More

Female Empowerment Through Literature: Four Must-Reads

Though literature can provoke and offend, it is likewise capable of acting as a medium of inspiration and empowerment.  Among the four books listed below are feminist non-fiction texts focusing on women’s sexuality and menstruation, encouraging female empowerment through education. Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski, Ph.D.  Centred around women’s sexuality, Dr. Emily Nagoski’s […]Read More

Live Music Industry Suffering Under Covid-19 Repercussions

It’s been a little over three months since the UK has entered lockdown and since Glastonbury, Parklife and numerous others announced the cancellation of this year’s festivals. It comes as no surprise that the live music industry has experienced a 75% drop in revenue this year, according to Goldman Sachs’ ‘Music In The Air’ report. […]Read More

Tales of Cocaine, LSD, and Murder: True Crime Books to

With the increased popularity of true-crime shows such as Conversations with a Killer, Tiger King or The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann, bibliophiles craving more detailed accounts of the world of drug traffickers and murderers will be able to finally satisfy their yearning by indulging in some of these mesmerising true crime books. Blow by Bruce […]Read More