The best kind of books are ones which resonate with you. Whether that’s because they make you laugh, cry, scream or learn something, the most successful ones leave a lasting impression long after you close the last page. With ‘Loving The Life Less Lived: Living with Anxiety and how Acceptance has the power to Change… Read More Loving The Life Less Lived book tour: Interview with the author
I am writing this as I stroll along a street in Calle Gatzambide, newly brought notebooks in my backpack and a day of University behind me. I’m about to board a tube at Arguelles to meet a friend in Embajadores, getting by with my Metro travel card. This all sounds pretty underwhelming, but these everyday,… Read More My Erasmus experience: A week in Madrid
Today I learnt that tea and charity go hand in hand. Laura Evans, self-proclaimed tea fanatic, set up an afternoon of brew tasting to raise money for SYEDA. I went along, initially skeptical of how much I would enjoy the tea aspect. Instead I can safely say I left there as a tea convert. The… Read More Little tea shop of horrors: an Octeaber delight.
Disclaimer: All photos owned by Vogue.co.uk London Fashion Week is well under way, and desingers have been showing off their brand-spanking new SS16 collections across two days. From shades of pink in Simone Rocha to J.W Anderson’s art inspired prints, clothes-envy is at an all time high. Whilst our capital is buzzing with fashionable struts,… Read More 5 things about clothes we can learn from NYFW.
Sometimes in life you come across a novel which leaves you not quite the same as you were before. They inspire, educate, humour or sadden us by delivering a clever storyline, loveable characters or unique concept. Iv’e come across a few books that suit this agenda in my time, and “How to build a girl”,… Read More Review: How to build a girl by Caitlin Moran