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


Random Thoughts: #4

What’s the deal with Africa? This is as much a rant as it is a random thought. I started a new Netflix series not too long ago called Please Like Me. It’s based in Australia, and I was enjoying it until a particular scene where the protagonist’s father’s brand-new Porsche is vandalised. The father starts … Continue reading Random Thoughts: #4

Reviewing Roar

The Woman Who Disappeared Roar is a short anthology series available on Apple TV+, with eight episodes that give a glimpse into the lives of eight different women with unique stories, dealing with issues prevalent in society today. It’s very thought-provoking and if you haven’t watched it yet, you definitely should. The first episode is … Continue reading Reviewing Roar

Lessons from ‘The Bold Type’

I turned 24 last month, and had a beautiful week-long celebration with family and friends. I got a lot of beautiful, sweet messages and I’m really thankful for that. Now, onto the topic of this blog post. Photo by George Dolgikh @ on A friend of mine recently introduced me to The Bold … Continue reading Lessons from ‘The Bold Type’