Twenty-who?

Last week I turned twenty-two. Last week I also decided to postpone my place on a course that I had been looking forward to embarking on for most my third year at university. I spent most my birthday week explaining to friends and family members why I have made this decision. In an effort to … Continue reading Twenty-who?

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Sex and the Pity

As I am currently unable to read for extended periods of time without going into analytical, cramming-for-finals mode, I have found the only books I can get through are audiobooks, and specifically those of the easy-listening variety. Three such titles later, I find myself despairing at the prospect of being an English graduate in her … Continue reading Sex and the Pity

How to Optimise Your Twitter Account to help your small business grow

It’s no secret that we live in an increasingly digital world. More and more global consumers are buying smartphones each year, which means wherever they are they can use Google to search for a product or service, and choose a provider who best meets their needs within a matter of seconds. As a small business … Continue reading How to Optimise Your Twitter Account to help your small business grow

Hair-raising stuff: Mass hysteria is killing people in India

Arthur Miller’s 1953 play The Crucible is a dramatized and partially fictive story of the Salem witch trials that took place in the Massachusetts Bay Colony during 1692/3. But how is some play that you were forced to study at GCSE related to anything going on today, I hear you (rightfully) ask? Well, the play serves as … Continue reading Hair-raising stuff: Mass hysteria is killing people in India