Doctor Who Series 10 Finale: The Best Emotional Roller Coaster

With the finale of series 10 complete, it is a wonder that I am able to coherently order my thoughts and feeling about the episodes. I think it is safe to say that this was the most emotionally draining two-parter of Doctor Who in a long time. As the title of this post suggests, it…

Food Diaries: Afternoon Tea at Le restaurant de Paul

As a Londoner, afternoon tea comes with a strong sense of cultural heritage as a scrumptious pastime that has its roots in a centuries old tradition. As you can imagine, there are a plethora of places across the country that offer this service at varying degrees. I opted for a somewhat informal option at Paul…

Doctor Who Series 10: Steven Moffat’s Redemption

The new series of Doctor Who has very much taken off and I can firmly say that I am thoroughly enjoying it compared to the past few seasons. It’s no secret that I have been less than pleased with the show since the end of the Russell T Davies era, but this current series has…

Gender Roles: A Cause For Concern?

Something that has started to come to the forefront of my mind more frequently is the concept of gender roles and the substantial amount of restrictive information we are constantly bombarded with about gender norms*. (*As a disclaimer, please understand that these are my own personal observations and feelings about this topic. I am in…

University: An Insight Into My Experience From Beginning to End

People often claim that university forms the best years of their lives, but I’ve also heard many people say it isn’t what it’s cracked up to be. Therefore, as a recent graduate myself; I thought I’d share my personal experience at university with you. Growing up, my parents drilled higher education into my brain and…