Exploring non-fiction writing

As a lover of all things bookish I tend to gravitate to the same areas when I enter a book store. Once we find what our preference is as a reader we stick with it for the most part, hardly deviating or exploring. For me, my preference has always been fiction novels, especially fantasy. When… Continue reading Exploring non-fiction writing

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This months reads

There's so much I enjoy about Autumn reading, nothing beats sitting down with a good book, a cozy blanket and a hot chocolate. Autumn is prime reading time in my eyes and I get through the majority of the books I've accumulated over the year in this season. There have been 3 main books I've… Continue reading This months reads

Have we become lazy with compromise and discussion?

I feel like the art of compromise has been lost to us. If you scroll through social media it won't be long until you come across some sort of argument, it could be about something small and silly or really big topics like Brexit. You simply don't have to look far before you find a… Continue reading Have we become lazy with compromise and discussion?

5 Ideas for your gap year that don’t involve traveling

When I tell people I’m on a gap year their automatic response is to ask where I’m going. There seems to be a common misconception that all youth who are taking a year off are doing so to travel and I don’t blame them either. However, I feel as it modern day youth are becoming… Continue reading 5 Ideas for your gap year that don’t involve traveling