‘All the Worlds a Stage’

‘Staycations’ and Holidays at home have had a resurgence thanks to the covid pandemic, with people less keen to travel and extend their time away with a quarantine. We felt the same, still yearning to explore and take a break from everyday life but not wanting the hassle that going abroad brings in a timeContinue reading “‘All the Worlds a Stage’”

10 REVISION TIPS from an A level student

Revision sometimes can feel like a huge mountain to climb as you look at the piles of notes you’ve made throughout the year (hopefully!) and wonder where on earth to begin. Here are a few of my tips I have acquired from years of revising for GCSE and A level that hopefully may help youContinue reading “10 REVISION TIPS from an A level student”

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 youContinue reading “A Chat about Resolutions…”

10 Gift Ideas For Any Occasion

With Christmas just around the corner you’re probably thinking about what to get for the special people in your life. It can be difficult buying presents for people for any occasion particularly if you are under a tight budget. Here are a couple of my favourite unique finds… For the Tavel lover – Scratch Map TheyContinue reading “10 Gift Ideas For Any Occasion”

Book club: On My 2018 To Read List

One of my resolutions was to read more. I have always loved reading but over the last couple of years schoolwork seems to have taken over and my passion for reading diminished a little. I am currently reading Origin by Dan Brown, an author whose books I have come to love, I’m about half wayContinue reading “Book club: On My 2018 To Read List”