• 2014: A Year in Photos

    I am not one for writing or even sharing with you images from the past year, but I thought its the end of 2014, so why not? This year has provided me with some great memories. Despite a family member passing away, upset, tears etc but there have been some happy things that have contributed

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  • A Journey

    18th Birthday Celebrations Last night was my school presentation evening which in English terms is our take on an American High School graduation ceremony; we were lucky enough to have a Winter Olympic Games Medallist, Lizzie Arnold make a speech. During her speech, I couldn’t help but think of my life as journey that I

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  • A Peek into my Wardrobe!

    As you’ll be aware, I am a big fan of the hashtag and trend on social media the OOTD which is outfit of the day. I think its because I like sharing my fashion despite few people actually wanting to copy my fashion sense. I have already declared on previous posts that I have no intention in

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  • BBC Festival coverage is Déjà vu Coverage

      Although I have never attended a festival, I have always found myself being at the mercy of the BBC’s coverage of the numerous festivals in the UK. Though this year my fascination with the festival digital coverage has declined, perhaps because it has been diabolical. Before I begin to indulge in a feisty moan,

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  • The Fault in Our Stars

    Movie Poster You have all probably been in this position on numerous occasions, when with friends or relatives. This position, is not a decision between life and death but quite shallow to be honest. This decision is what film do I see at the cinema? My Sister and I were in a dilemma, do we

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  • Starting Year 12 and Surviving it!

    I can fully imagine how you must be feeling if you are Year 11, “woo, I am free for 2 -3 months on study leave”. Yes that’s true, you deserve the break and the enjoyment but don’t relax too much. In September you will either start college, sixth form or start work; either way you

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