Following on from my piece for The Indiependent, short films have become a recent hobby of mine during lockdown. They touch on subjects so taboo, they're rarely seen in modern day films and especially rare to find within children films and entertainment. In the short space of time they take up in our daily lives, … Continue reading These are my top six short films on Disney+
Coronavirus is not an excuse to be racist
Ever since the start of the coronavirus outbreak last year, the world has been embroiled in mass panic. With more and more cases being confirmed worldwide and the virus slowly spreading to every nation, people are growing scared. Scared of being infected, scared of being quarantined and if we're being really honest, people are scared … Continue reading Coronavirus is not an excuse to be racist
Calling time on the disgusting normality of sexual assault
It is 2020, the start of a new year and the start of the next decade. With a new decade comes new prospects, new ambitions and new opportunities. A fresh decade means we are full of hope. Despite the shining promise that is 2020, it has a dark underbelly. With the Harvey Weinstein trial process … Continue reading Calling time on the disgusting normality of sexual assault
Healing Crystals: True or False?
For years healing crystals have always been popular and for many, a source of great spirituality and comfort. Despite our advances in medicine and science, healing crystals still remain a trusted and popular remedy to physical and mental illness to many people. People still rely on them as an energy source as well as to … Continue reading Healing Crystals: True or False?
Why is nobody talking about the Spanish floods?
Dolores, Catral, San Fulgencio. These are just some of the areas that have been flooded in southern Spain in recent weeks, yet nobody knows about it. The areas that are most affected may not be well known to many, but what if I told you that all these areas are just over an hour away … Continue reading Why is nobody talking about the Spanish floods?
How to deal with bullying as an Adult
We all remember that one child in school who always used to pick on someone, the one who would push other children over in the playground or who would leave other children out of their games. It was bullying then and if similar things happen now, its still bullying no matter how old you are. … Continue reading How to deal with bullying as an Adult
Recently, global brand Lacoste have changed their iconic crocodile logo to that of 10 different endangered animals including the Sumatran tiger and the Burmese roofed turtle. The French brand launched the 'Save Our Species' campaign during Paris Fashion week with the new logos temporarily printed on their polo shirts. To strengthen their campaign and raise … Continue reading Endangered World
I know this kind of post has been done a thousand times, but please take the time to read it. Mental Health is one of the biggest issues in the world today. Things such as depression and anxiety plague many people no matter how old they are. Although steps have been taken to try and … Continue reading Mental Health
The one thing that seems to be increasingly popular among younger generations, the thing that a lot of young people have in common; 80's music. Yes that's right, the likes of ABBA, Wham! and Duran Duran always seem to play in every pub and nightclub in the UK and we absolutely love it. Our idea … Continue reading 80’s Anthems
Blue Monday Blues
So I read earlier that yesterday was supposed to be the most depressing day of the year. But what is the truth about Blue Monday? Blue Monday is the term used for the third Monday in January when everyone is down, broke after the festive holidays and cold. Despite this, there is no scientific evidence … Continue reading Blue Monday Blues