Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Folks and Fables Cafe | Review

Folks and Fables is a brand new independent cafe and creative space in Bingham, Nottinghamshire. It's veggie/health based with ethically sourced produce, beautifully decorated (in a very 'instagram' fashion) and hosts creative writing classes in the upper level. The owner, Georgia Barnes, also happens to be my high school English teacher, who sparked my interest in journalism through our BBC School News Report project. ALL THE GREAT THINGS. Obviously I had to check it out immediately.

Friday, 22 July 2016

What To Expect Studying Sociology at Durham University

I was going to save this post until next year when I'll have finished university. However, as I'll probably be too busy drowning under the fresh burden of £40,000 ish of student debt, here it is. *Edit* I've now graduated and returned to add my 3rd year experiences!

Sunday, 3 July 2016

5 Favourite Albums

Since I started writing for Radsound, I've neglected the music side of my own blog, which used to be one of my favourites to write about. (Definitely check out Radsound if you haven't already, so much hard work goes into creating an amazing student led site!) I thought I'd round up my favourite albums because although I like a lot of artists, there aren't many entire albums that I love throughout. I must admit writing this post has made me realise what a white girl circa 2013 I am, but what can you do. James Blunt's Back to Bedlam is also runner up (sorry) but he ruins my street cred so he's just here in spirit.