‘Rape Culture, is not something taught in schools or bought up over the dinner table, but it’s something we all need to be talking about…In a world where rape is permissible and forgivable, what does this say about the social standing of women more widely?’ Continue reading The Stanford Rape Case – The Essential Letters
The way you choose to explore and get around the world;has a MASSIVE impact on what you see and how … Continue reading 3 Cheap and Fun Ways to Get About Abroad
So I’m a little late to the party here/ a lot late. But I’ve wanted to do a post about International Womens Day 2016 this whole month.
Whilst I’m sure this day has been occurring every year of my life – never before has it received so much attention. The whole day made me feel very optimistic about the way in which my generation is headed – that said though, sexism is obviously still rampant in our culture – affecting the day to day lives of men and women everywhere, sometimes as privilege and sometimes as soul-crushing, insidious disrespect and stereotyping.
Until a year ago I had never been skiing before – mostly because of money. Skiing holidays are $$PRICEY – … Continue reading Top Tips: Skiing on a Budget
I love naps. As someone who is naturally more of a ‘night owl’ – finding my most productive hours to … Continue reading Should You Nap?
Festivals are of course about the music, lights, raves and camping; but how good of a time you have real comes down to who you go with and if those people are great enough that they can make being hungover in sticky, dark and dirty campsite into one of the most fun places you’ve ever been. Continue reading 4 Fun Festival Games
Back in February; a friend and I manage to travel 1800km from London to the Artic Circle in just over … Continue reading A Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Artic