That time I met a famous person before I knew they were famous

On Sunday 19th November, I visited Storyhouse after church to see the exhibitions that were on show as part of the Chester Literature Festival. I looked around at the poetry written by Hollie McNish that had been printed all over walls, doors and toilet mirrors. Although the exhibition was amazing, what happened on my way out … Continue reading That time I met a famous person before I knew they were famous

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Fashion for Good

Earlier this month,  I went on a trip to Amsterdam with my siblings. It was a short city break to spend a few days away from home absorbing a slightly different culture and admiring the beautiful attractions and gems the notorious city had to offer. One evening on our way back to our hotel, we … Continue reading Fashion for Good

Practice makes perfect / lessons on perseverance

Last week, I finally got round to decorating one of the notebooks I bought my sister for Christmas. I was reminded of the fact that I'm actually quite impatient when it comes to art related things which is why I don’t do lettering more often. All Arts, as I know from being a musician, require … Continue reading Practice makes perfect / lessons on perseverance

What I have for breakfast / Summer 2017

I've always had a bad habit of skipping breakfast. While being at university, I would rarely eat breakfast before lectures and that was down to a combination of reasons. The main reason is that I'm a nocturnal individual and I'd sleep very late (occasionally working on assignments, generally not) and end up not having enough … Continue reading What I have for breakfast / Summer 2017

True Review #1 – TARO // LDN

After a day of shopping in Central London, my sister, a friend and I began looking for a place to eat.  We did a quick Google search and our mutual love for Japanese food lead us to Taro, a Japanese restaurant on Brewer Street which is a walkable distance from Oxford Street and Regents Street. … Continue reading True Review #1 – TARO // LDN