On style.

  “Fashion is what you buy, style is what you wear” Two posts in quick succession, not only have I caught the bug for it now but also don’t want to leave the site for a while on such a sad note. I enjoy my fashion and have put together a clothing wish-list, these are…

On loss.

I haven’t written anything for quite some time and I guess this pays testament to how busy and content I’ve been in my life that I haven’t felt the need to vent or outlet some creativity. I’ve thought many times about writing this post and, having created this blog as a cathartic realm for my…

On Home.

I haven’t posted anything in a looong time as I’ve been back home for Summer and never found the time to come up with anything. Whilst lying here late at night thinking of home I realised there is nothing really I can write about to truly reflect on my Summer or the place back home…

On reading.

Now exams are over I’m looking forward to getting back into reading, with my reading list having piled up over the past few months. A teacher once told me “reading is the key to everything”, something I adhered to when much younger as an avid bookworm, I was never without my head in the pages…

On why the Wills Memorial Building should keep its name.

It’s been a while since I’ve written on here but I’ve struggled slightly for inspiration, however a recent student petition to rename the University of Bristol’s Wills Memorial Building posed a juicy bone of contention for which to sink my teeth into. No doubt an unpopular opinion in the current political and social climate (especially with…

On why we shouldn’t “F**k Trump!”.

“F**k you Donald Trump! F**k you Donald Trump!” Now not for one moment do I support or endorse any of Trump’s policies and ideals (if they can be so called) and nor do I seek to belittle the efforts of those looking to fight against them. But witnessing pictures and videos from across the country really…

On why Nigel Farage shouldn’t be on radio.

  “I must be a cooooomplete fool” Right you are Nigel.  My inspiration for this post comes from an unlikely source, Nigel Farage. A rather unusual subject for my first post but today I endured nearly an hour of his pugnacious drivel on the radio for “Leading Britain’s Conversation” and all I can say is the…

On blogging.

You wouldn’t believe the amount of opening lines I’ve written and deleted in attempting this first post. It’s a strange notion to write and not know who you’re writing to, I guess this blog is a chance for me to put down in writing thoughts and ideas that come into my head, thoughts that I…