Nineteenth Century Novels- Epic Women

Hi guys! I hope you are having fun being constrained to your own home. If you read my last post then you’ll know I have been planning a book club while we all have so much time inside. Reading has been a passion of mine for years and is the reason I decided to studyContinue reading “Nineteenth Century Novels- Epic Women”

Festive Favourites: 12 Movies for 12 Days of Christmas

Happy December! If you know me, then you will know I am slightly obsessed with every aspect of Christmas, and am so excited for the festivities to get into full swing for the next few weeks. I cannot wait to go to the Christmas markets, bake some gingerbread, and most importantly watch lots of ChristmasContinue reading “Festive Favourites: 12 Movies for 12 Days of Christmas”

Glasgow Summertime: 6 Things to Do

More and more these days, it feels like everyone thinks it is a mandatory part of summer to go away on holiday, and yes while I am completely guilty of also thinking this, this summer I am trying to appreciate Glasgow and experience what my own city has to offer during the- sometimes- sunny months.Continue reading “Glasgow Summertime: 6 Things to Do”

International Women’s Day

For many years, I misunderstood the meaning of feminism. I believed it to mean disgruntled or angry women against all men. However, being a major Emma Watson fan growing up, I was eager to watch her speech at the United Nations Headquarters, launching a campaign called “HeForShe” which clarified the true meaning of feminism: “TheContinue reading “International Women’s Day”