Life & Travel

  • August 10, 2016

    Rio 2016 Olympic Games: A homage to female athletes

    To mark the start of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, I’m taking a look at the struggle for gender equality in sports. The Olympic Games are renowned for celebrating diversity, and promoting mutual respect amongst different cultures. Indeed, the Games are a fantastic showcase for peaceful rivalry amongst nations through sports competitions. This […]

  • August 5, 2016

    7 dresses for this year’s wedding season

    So we’re currently knee deep in this year wedding season and The Bridal Guide says rather than recreating weddings from social media, brides are choosing their own style. Now it’s never a good thing to outshine the bride, but making your own entrance won’t go a miss. Get ready for seven guest dresses to be […]

  • July 29, 2016

    Difficulties of friendship for the everyday nomad

    Travelling provides the opportunity to meet many amazing, interesting people from all around the world. When everyone is out of their comfort zones, friendships are forged on fast-forward and with an intensity that cannot be easily replicated back home. It’s easier to open up as there are no expectations of you, and it’s easy to find yourself […]

  • July 28, 2016

    Events; Goddess Fest!

    Goddess Festival is the latest event from Sorority House UK and is a brand-new female-led one day music festival which takes place on Tuesday 9 August 2016 in the heart of East London, Shoreditch. The festival aims to bring a celebration of females in the creative industry to one of the most diverse streets in the city. […]

  • July 6, 2016

    How to act like a lady and sleep like a man

    There just never seems to be enough time in the day. And when we have a lot on in our work and personal lives, sleep is one of the first things to face the cut. Somewhat unhelpfully then, we’re often told that in order to be less stressed, we need to sleep more. However findings […]

  • June 30, 2016

    FURY Interview: Phoebe Eclair-Powell & Hannah Hauer-King

    FURY is a powerful new play set against the backdrop of a Peckham council flat. A darkly comic tragedy, FURY takes an unapologetic look at a young single mum society has forgotten. Tackling themes of motherhood, class, social culpability and the abuse of power, the production paints a contemporary picture of an ever-changing and increasingly […]