Monday, 30 July 2018

Access x Helen Anderz workshop: 5 things I have learned

Photo credit: Access Creative

Meet- Access Creative. An artistic alternative to common college and sixth form education, for individuals aged 16-18+. The college aims to educate upcoming generations of creators, across a wide range of creative professions. Access Creative has many great courses on offer, for those with a passion for creativity. Effective skill development is assured by providing students with modern resources, enriching opportunities and support. Access Creative have recently collaborated with a British youtuber/blogger/musician, Helen Anderson. As an online creator-extraordinaire in the style, beauty and lifestyle world, Helen shared her knowledge about all things ‘online media’ in two educational workshops. The Access x Helen Anderz workshops took place in London and Manchester. I was given the chance to attend the workshop in London.

Thursday, 19 July 2018


In the past, online dating has been viewed as controversial method to find love. Times have changed drastically. PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America) have conducted multiple studies on online dating. Research indicates that 35% of relationships begin on the internet or dating app. Despite the evidence, the question remains – can you really find love online? Or is it meant for one-night stand fun? I am here to provide my online dating story and give you advice when it comes to our most beloved, online dating app – Tinder.

Saturday, 14 July 2018

6 Tips for Surviving University

This year I will graduate university in September, having worked my ass off in the process. These three years were a learning curve and through this roller-coaster experience, I have expanded my self-awareness and knowledge of the world and others. I thought it would be a great idea to share some tips and advice to all the lovely people, who are planning or waiting to study at university. 

Thursday, 12 July 2018

The dangers of framing mental health issues as an identity

Sometimes I have too much time on my hands and it’s both a blessing and a curse. Time is finite, however for me – it triggers an irrational response of thinking. The cycle of thought is difficult to escape yet sometimes re-evaluation is needed for improved growth, awareness and understanding. In this case, I have been pondering about the dangers of becoming ‘an issue’. Perhaps you have experienced hardships in life – so have I, so have others. I have been guilty of creating an identity out of negativity because I could not see myself beyond those problems. I had no sense of who I am (and I still have no idea). Consequently, using my mental health issues as an adjective for ‘me’ has been the easiest option. After all, being ‘the one with irrational mind” brings you into a family of struggling individuals, a place where you can belong.

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