Why The UK Ivory Trade Must Stop!

On October 7th 2017 whilst we all went about our leisurely Saturday’s, hundreds of people showed up in London’s Parliament Square to protest the UK’s part in the world ivory trade. Whilst tourists and civilians walked by, people of all ages stood in silent protest for half an hour, holding fake bloodied tusks and wearing […]

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I’m ‘Nuts’ About My Allergy

After watching clips last night from a recent This Morning episode, I felt the need to write about it. In this episode they were interviewing a fellow colleague, Amy May and her parents, regarding the allergic reaction that nearly took her life, but instead left her brain damaged. They also had posted a poll to […]

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Today I Sat In A Room Of Americans And Watched Them All Cry

Today I sat in a room of Americans and watched them all cry. There’s no need to ask why; we know why. Today I watched my friends cry as they dealt with theΒ prospect that their country, as of today, is not a country they know. It is not a country they are proud of, and […]

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Why ‘Before the Flood’ Terrified Me…

Who could forget Leonardo Di Caprio’s Oscar acceptance speech last year? He waited all these years to receive the recognition that he rightly deserved, and he used his speech time to warn viewers about the dangers of Global Warming. Now I admit, when he did that, I felt a little bit disappointed. I thought ‘whyyyy […]

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Coping With The Demons

1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem in any given year. That means that nobody is immune, from year to year, from experiencing mental health issues. As an on-off sufferer of anxiety, PTSD and depression, I have spent most of my life, since my early teens, trying to teach myself coping mechanisms […]

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