THAT IS THE QUESTION?! I am a first-year student studying Creative Writing for Publication. I must admit that when I decided to go to university, I wasn’t sure if it was a good idea. I know that doing a degree gives more diversity and a better chance at making contacts within the industry -as these … Continue reading TO DEGREE OR NOT TO DEGREE?
From an early age, we are given an idol, perhaps a Disney princess. Now it is shown that girls are perhaps brainwashed by this idea that the Aryan race- blond hair, blue eyes- is a state of perfection. I know that this isn’t necessarily the case for example Snow White, but she is still slim … Continue reading The brainwashing of our generation!
The Adjective Challenge I steadily stealthily carefully moved towards the kitchen. Dramatically scaring the cat as it worriedly left the room quickly taking the lamp off of the desk. I carefully, quickly grabbed the gun from the scarily wobbly table. I cocked the handle, stealthily moving through the house, worriedly waiting, carefully questioning and … Continue reading WRITING – MY WORK
Today I went with a friend to see Logan. Going to warn you now, if you plan to see it bring some tissues because you’ll need them. This film is heartwarming, gory and will leave you on the edge of your seat. Or at least it did for me. However, my friend left balling her … Continue reading Films For Thought – LOGAN (Review)
So, If you haven't found from my bio I am an amateur writer and student. I currently study Creative Writing for Publication. Today I met a publisher - he was a guest and friend of our lecturer's. This publisher gave me some great tips, but also made me think about my career. I am mostly known … Continue reading Me, Myself and I
When I was 13 I was diagnosed with depression, anxiety and anger management issues. At 18 I was diagnosed with borderline Personality Disorder. I guess you could say life was a little harsh on me with all my mental health problems however, I feel that these aren't really problems but qualities. As a writer, … Continue reading Lifes beginnings
I did not realise straight away that I was actually at university. For a while it didn't feel real. But now, Just over a month in, I'm beginning to adjust to the environment. I did have some bumps at the beginning which have taught me a few valuable lessons. ONE -When I first arrived and … Continue reading Uni – A month in to reality
All students have now received their A Level results and certificates. So the next step is to either do clearing, get packed for uni and perhaps - in one form or another - celebrate your succession at completing college and becoming an “adult.” Now although I got my place at my first choice, my grades … Continue reading The Next Step (Uni) – Fears after results
“You cannot change the past, but you can learn from it.” - ‘Time’ Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016) I think you can learn a whole lot from this crucial line to ‘Through the Looking Glass.’ Released on the 28th of May, this film received mixed reviews due to it’s controversy between Tim Burton fan. … Continue reading Films For Thought – Through the Looking Glass (Review)
Apparently people see me as someone who “hides behind their anxiety” and that it's just “something you can learn to get around.” In a sense anxiety is something you can learn to get around and handle, but it takes time, patience and practice. The brain is filled with wires called Neurons that can be … Continue reading The Brain- and Anxiety