This post is near enough a whole week late but I haven't found the time at all to write it in the last 7 days! Since I'm currently residing in Britain's ocean city of Plymouth, I decided to take a walk down from the city centre to The Hoe and around the Barbican. I mean, … Continue reading MCMXCI


Mental Health in Schools (Trigger Warning)

Every day, there are around 11 teenage suicides within the UK, which means that about 3,916 die by suicide every single year, and 3,916 families are horrifically affected. Going by the knowledge that these are teenage suicides, I would assume that this means that they are 13-18, so if they are at school for 9/10 … Continue reading Mental Health in Schools (Trigger Warning)

Suicide Squad – Movie Review

Suicide Squad Director: David Ayer Distributed by: Warner Bros Pictures Running Time: 123 Minutes Cinema Release Date: 5th August 2016     I've never really been too interested in DC comics as I much prefer Marvel, and I guess you could say I'm more of a Spider-Man girl but when from I've read of the … Continue reading Suicide Squad – Movie Review


Monday 24th August 1998, 1:06pm. That marked my birth. The day that I was brought into this world.  Wednesday 24th August 2016, 1:06pm. That marks my 18th. The day that I have been on this earth for 18 years. I don't really know how I feel about this, because in most people's eyes, 18 years … Continue reading 18

Top Favourite Disney Movies

  Disney is arguably one of the greatest film-making companies in history, as well as setting the stone for animation movies in general, and a number of their films, dating back as far as 1950, are considered as classics to this day, loved by many around the world, that's why I decided to make perhaps … Continue reading Top Favourite Disney Movies

Know Your Worth

Sometimes it's hard to see when you are being taken advantage of, and one too often, we are blinded by a smoke screen of love or a strong sense of friendship. It doesn't matter whether it's been a lover or a friend, everyone at some point has had their good nature taken advantage of, or … Continue reading Know Your Worth

Always With Love – Review

  Sophie's got used to being the girlfriend of Billy Buskin, the biggest movie star in the world. Sort of. But when she and Billy take a trip to visit his family in Los Angeles, she quickly discovers she's totally unprepared for the chaos of Hollywood, the paparazzi and Billy's controlling mother. And when Billy … Continue reading Always With Love – Review

The BFG (Film) – Review

As a child, I loved Roald Dahl's work. In fact, I had every one of his books and if any of you are old enough to remember the Roald Dahl magazines, I also had every single one of them and I most likely still have them in a cupboard somewhere and so, when I saw … Continue reading The BFG (Film) – Review


This past year, I've learnt a lot about forgiveness. I used to be notorious for holding grudges against those who did me wrong, and it would eat me up inside for a so many weeks, months and years, until I realised, for each and every person that I forgave, I healed a wound of my … Continue reading Forgiveness

Birthdays and The Cursed Child

Today is a special day. Not purely for myself but for a number of other people who's lives have been touched by Harry Potter, all around the world. Today is the day that the much awaited eighth book in the Harry Potter series is released. A book that has been wanted by many for so … Continue reading Birthdays and The Cursed Child