August through to September is a hectic period for many. With the return of the academic year and a working routine, we often feel a surge of energy and determination to get back to what we’re used to. The Sun has shifted from the energised and playful Leo to the structured and determined Virgo. Back to school shopping and cultivating
Unhealthy relationships don’t always come in the form of physical or mental abuse and overt manipulation. Losing yourself is probably the hardest red flag to spot. Relationships are great. Sharing your life with someone else is often scarily exciting, and being in love makes you see the world in a whole new light- through rose-tinted vision and the fascinating mind
Considering the fact that I was born in London and have lived there my entire life, it would be reasonable to assume that I’ve seen just about every sight there is. However, it was only recently that I realised I hadn’t actually seen very much of my own city. Nothing is new or exciting when you pass through Covent Garden
Breakups can often feel like the end of the world. Heartbreak can leave us feeling helpless, as if we’re walking around with a giant wound in our hearts that nobody else can see or feel. It isn’t just mental pain, but physical and emotional- it’s a lot for anyone to deal with all at once. The good news? Everyone who’s
June through to September is often a time for reflection and of course relaxation. However, when you’re a student, prospective student or full time workaholic- this time of year can often become chaotic. With the academic year coming to an end, the following few months can be dedicated to making money and making memories. However, it’s crucial to use this
It’s no secret that the government and it’s patriarchal law makers don’t value women’s lives as highly as they value mens lives, but what we aren’t discussing loud and frequently enough is the lack of worth that’s placed in back lives, particularly black women. Black women face far more societal pressures and social, economic and medical issues than women of
Every person, every community, every country and every organisation has a Carbon Footprint; whilst it’s large counties and organisations who are responsible for a large majority of issues surrounding pollution and global warming, it’s important that we all play our part to impact the world positively- no matter how small our actions are.