If you know me well enough, you know I’ve been proudly obsessed with Justin Bieber since I was 9 years old. His latest album, Justice, was released 2 weeks ago, with the Deluxe Edition coming out last week. I’d also like to add that this is his 8th album to reach number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, making him the youngest solo artist to ever break … Continue reading Every Song on Justin Bieber’s Justice (Triple Chucks Deluxe) Album Ranked
Expressing gratitude through journaling is something I have made a habit of recently and it has proven to be very beneficial. It is now something I’m really passionate about and want to share with others. I believe that it can significantly improve your outlook on life, so I wanted to create a quick guide to keeping a gratitude journal! What is gratitude? Gratitude is simply about … Continue reading Your Guide to Keeping A Gratitude Journal
After watching The Social Dilemma on Netflix, the idea of social media negatively impacting our lives has been playing on my mind. Most of us are probably quite familiar with the arguments for and against social media, but the question is should we be limiting our use even more or avoiding it altogether? Despite being aware of how toxic social media can be, I still … Continue reading Should You Delete Social Media?
Distractions hugely contribute towards our lack of productivity, but it’s about how we deal with these distractions that allows us to power through them. Considering more people may be working and studying from home now, it seemed appropriate to address my top five distractions and how I deal with them, as it can be hard to adjust to working in a home environment as there … Continue reading Top 5 Distractions and How I Deal With Them
As I’ve just finished my first year at University, it seems appropriate to compile a list of things I wish I knew before starting my first year (although it got cut short due to the pandemic). Before starting University, I read countless articles and blogs similar to this in order to prepare myself for this new experience, but there are a lot of things that … Continue reading 10 Things I Wish I Knew Before Going to University
A few weeks ago, I was listening to a podcast that mentioned a concept I had never heard of before: the Bechdel Test. I carried out some research and decided that I wanted to share it on my blog, to express my views in support of gender equality and allow readers to consider their opinion on it. The Bechdel Test originated from Alison Bechdel’s 1985 … Continue reading The Bechdel Test: Is It Still Relevant Today?
Since it’s been 100 days since lockdown began (in the UK) I thought I’d share the 5 most important things I’ve learnt so far. 100 days is a LOT of time to think, reflect and act, so I’d like to document my learnings and look back on them when I return to a somewhat ‘normal’ routine, in the hopes that they will stay with me. … Continue reading 5 Lockdown Learnings