There is nothing more satisfying than yelling the F-bomb at the top of your lungs in the middle of a bustling city midway through a really rubbish day. Ignoring the dagger stares that reflect off mothers’ faces as they walk their children home from school, it’s the best f-ing therapy ever! Some would argue that … More Why the F$#% do we swear so much to explain ourselves?
Ironically, some of the best authors in history lived pretty horrendous lives. Sylvia Plath and Oscar Wilde, for example, were probably angry when their quills first scarred the manuscript. The words that were crafted sparked emotion, satire and a clever dose of shaming the inequality that leaked in society around them. Grouped together in a … More The confessions of a normal childhood
How things have changed… Life is made up out of personal milestones. Promotions, relationships, academic achievements and so forth. Receiving a picture message from your boyfriend showing a greetings card with the words, “For a brilliant son and his boyfriend” was one of those moments. Okay, so neither one of us was given this card … More Meet the parents, the real deal
Yesterday’s news is tomorrow’s future… Today, we are making history. Working in the newsroom the night of the election sounds tough. No sleep, coffee overload and rumours coming from all directions. Luckily for me, I wasn’t on the graveyard shift on November 8, 2016. Instead, I was working the day after the night before, which … More The day after the night before in the newsroom
“Making America great again” or “stronger together”? Vote for the idiot who shouts the loudest and who has no answers to anyone’s problems, said nobody, ever. Not that the alternative is any more trustworthy… The only thing I can think of to make the US Presidential election more dramatic is putting both nominees, Hillary Clinton … More It’s over to you, America
It is one hell of a juxtaposition; in the same week when the UK was in the spotlight when its people decided that the country was ‘stronger on its own’ – its capital city, who voted to remain in the EU, offered open arms to all who wish to live and celebrate unity in peace. What was … More #lovewins when we step out of our comfort zone
“Should I stay or should I go now?” – a question that could not be more fitting as we approach the 23rd June 2016. A day that could make or break our relationship with Europe and the rest of the world. Regardless on what the result shows, I think everyone can agree that it has … More Make you own decisions