A Chat About Shakespeare

Chatting about the new film 'All Is True', my favourite adaptations and why his plays are still so relevant today.

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January 2019 Favourites

I hope everyone has had a good start to the New Year (even if you have had a few cheat days on your resolutions!), I can't believe January is over already, I always find that January is such a sad month, Christmas decorations have come down (Bournemouth gardens almost looks like a war zone!) and … Continue reading January 2019 Favourites

Book Club: The Song of Achilles

I think I am off to a good start with my resolutions; of reading the books on my ever growing list. This was one of them - "The Song of Achilles" by Madeline Miller. The story was so captivating I couldn't wait to pick it back up again and I finished it in just over … Continue reading Book Club: The Song of Achilles

UCAS: What I wish I had known

The UCAS deadline was last Tuesday, and a week on from that deadline I thought I would share my journey applying to university - from choosing the course, choosing the uni's, the revision and other things to look out for, but before I begin the biggest thing I wish I had known before applying is … Continue reading UCAS: What I wish I had known

Book Club: 2018 in review and 2019 goals

At the beginning of this year I set myself the goal to read 7 books (you can read the post here) I know it is not very many books but In reality when setting this goal I knew it was going to be a little unrealistic as school work does end up getting in the … Continue reading Book Club: 2018 in review and 2019 goals

A Chat about Resolutions…

To make or not to make resolutions, that is the question! I believe that it is good to set goals and why not make new ones each year? You can set out your calendar for the new year and plan how you are going to achieve the goals you want to accomplish and how you … Continue reading A Chat about Resolutions…