It was cold. Then it rained. Then it snowed. Today I travelled to ‘sunny Southend’ which, wasn’t actually very sunny at all. It was my uncle’s birthday so I visited Essex to celebrate. We decided to walk down the pier and eat a snack at the end. I don’t know what I was thinking because… Read More Day out in S̶u̶n̶n̶y̶ Rainy Southend-on-Sea
Its 2am and I’m wide awake. I’ve been busy today, visited the gym, (new years resolution going well). I even went to university to spend hours revising. Yet, I’m here. Lying in bed and my brain seems to have no intent of resting and letting me sleep. University has well and truly broken my body… Read More University struggles
Yesterday I was lucky enough to get a ticket for the Tennis ATP World Championships in London. It was the second day of the event, which had seen the likes of Novak Djokovic play in hope of winning the match title. I was fortunate enough to see Andy Murray play his first match as world… Read More ATP Barclays World Tour Finals
Hello, it’s good to talk to you in my first ever blog post!! Extremely new to this, but excited to give ‘blogging’ a good go. Just a quick introduction from me, I am Sarah – an 18 year old living in North Yorkshire and hoping to study Journalism this coming September. Most of my posts… Read More Los Angeles : Trip of a Lifetime
Here in the UK, becoming 16 years old is a milestone, the beginning of certain types of responsibility. Youthoria.org states that at 16 we can consent to sexual activity, work full time (if you have left school) and even become a pilot glider, amongst many other things. Although, we cannot vote. Currently you have to… Read More 16: A suitable age to vote?