days in cafes 2

My latest cafe trip has been to the wonderful branch of Ole & Steen in Richmond for a chat with a coffee with my lovely mum. They are a Danish bakery chain with a huge variety of yummy pastries and delicious loaves of bread. Whatever sweet treat you fancy, they are bound to have it!… Continue reading days in cafes 2

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my favourite instagram accounts

Instagram should be a platform where we feel invigorated and motivated. It should not encourage negative thoughts, whether those be about our bodies, our lifestyle choices or what we own. Social media does not need to be a space that we feel is damaging to our mental health. At the moment, in the news and… Continue reading my favourite instagram accounts

my thoughts on… the wasp factory by iain banks

Like Everything Under by Daisy Johnson, The Wasp Factory is twisted, abnormal and deranged. It follows the life of the rather disturbed Frank Cauldhame, a teenager who lives alone on a secluded island in Scotland with his manic father. In the attic of his home, he has built a Wasp Factory. This is a strange device,… Continue reading my thoughts on… the wasp factory by iain banks

yoga

“Yoga is not only a process of the integration of the soul, mind, and body for self-improvement, it is a process of self -realization and self -acceptance.” -Debasish Mridha If someone had told me two years ago that I would become a person who looked forward to taking time out of my day to practice… Continue reading yoga

my thoughts on… the love song of J. Alfred Prufock

'the model poet of our time, the most cited poet and incarnation of literary correctness in the English-speaking world' -Alfred Kazin on T.S. Eliot https://youtu.be/xpRSmMnx1MU This is the outstanding, bewildering poem that introduced me to perplexing world of modernism and the cryptic poems written during the period. It is quite difficult to believe but this… Continue reading my thoughts on… the love song of J. Alfred Prufock