Reviewing Roar

The Woman Who Ate Photographs This episode takes place in Australia. Robin, a wife and mother of two, has to drive to her childhood home to pick up her mother, who’ll be living with them as she’s suffering from dementia. The opening scene shows her helping her eldest son, Todd, who’ll be moving out and … Continue reading Reviewing Roar


Cheers to Letting Go

This Valentine’s Day, while other people will be celebrating their relationships, I’ll be celebrating the end of mine, and it feels oh-so-good. I started this blog not only because I love writing, but because I wanted to create a safe space - a space I could call my own, so I could share details about … Continue reading Cheers to Letting Go

Dealing with Friendship Breakups

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the friends I had in high school. My two years of A-Level were some of the best years of my life; I loved my classes, and I also loved the time I spent outside of the classrooms, socialising with everyone. And I’d honestly do anything to go back … Continue reading Dealing with Friendship Breakups

Random Thoughts: #2

Is social media good or bad for your mental health? I’ve been taking a mental health break from Instagram for about a month now, and it’s made me ponder on this question quite a bit. As someone who struggles with anxiety, I’ve realised that social media has both a positive and negative effect on my … Continue reading Random Thoughts: #2

Random Thoughts: #1

Hi everyone, I've come to realise two things. Firstly, as much as I love blogging and the amazing feeling I get when I publish a post, I struggle to think of what to blog about half the time. And as much as writer's block is a thing, this is a little weird for me because … Continue reading Random Thoughts: #1

How to Deal With Having a Roommate

If you’re a university student, chances are you’ve had your fair share of experiences with a roommate. As a university student, I’m no different, and had to share a room for two years before finally getting my own. Prior to moving into campus accommodation, the thought of having a roommate was as scary as it … Continue reading How to Deal With Having a Roommate