Being a Sugar Baby – the student dream

Girls are sugar and spice and all things nice? I’d think again. The definition of a Sugar Daddy has deteriorated since the Laurel and Hardy ‘Sugar Daddies’ film was released back in 1927. The American phenomenon introduces older, rich men (sugar daddies) to younger, ‘beautiful’ girls (sugar babies). Lola Ray (names has been changed to […]

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‘5 million’ users on new dating style app

After Tinder, Match.com, Plenty of Fish and other dating sites decrease in popularity, we see the rise of ‘Sugar Daddy’ sites including Seeking Arrangement which highlight a new style of online dating. Seeking Arrangement has over 5 million users who use the free site. It introduces young females (sugar babies) to rich men (sugar daddies) who […]

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Appreciation day 101 – Age UK

We can forget about those who care about us, who cherish and value us. We’re often overshadowed by judgements that don’t matter, but today we put this behind us for a little bit of appreciation. Some days I wake up and cannot wait to get to uni and learn something new. However, other days can be […]

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What they don’t tell you about going to university

It’s a big step right? Moving away from home, meeting new people and ONLY studying one subject. University will teach you a lot about yourself and the people around you.. here’s what they don’t tell you. Just because you’ve all chosen to study the same course, it doesn’t mean you all want the same thing. You’re […]

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Creeping it real this Halloween

Halloween; the only time of the year when else can you dress up as any character, creature or individual and not be shunned by the rest of society because if you’ve got it, haunt it. The history of Halloween slithers back around 2000 years where Celts residing in what is now Ireland used the 31st […]

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The under-appreciation of jazz music in 2016

Chart music is losing its ability to capture an audience and make an honest connection with its listeners. What we’re missing are songs with a real beat, rhythm and class. We’re missing jazz. As a teenage girl it’s not popular to listen to the likes of Nina Simone, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald and Etta James but these […]

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Learning the Harder Way

2 weeks away from home and my entire life has been enlightened. Now, who would have thought that a film course would actually give me hope for the future. This past week I have been staying at Debden House, Loughton for a BFI Academy course in Documentary. I went along to the course feeling sceptical, […]

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2016 intentions

First things first, Happy New Year to you all! I’ve seen so many ‘2016 goals’ posts that I wanted to join in with my own twist. At the back of my mind healthy eating and exercising were resolutions I had hoped to follow (like the majority of the female population) but, I realised that it’s […]

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Goodbye 2015!

What a year it has been! I have loved almost all of it. It’s been an absolute adventure and I’m grateful for every opportunity I have been able to take on this year. I’m not one to share every moment of my life, but I’m so unbelievably proud of this year and everything that came […]

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Ted Baker Lip and Cheek REVIEW

It has come to that time when a new blog post must be uploaded! One of my glorious gifts from my good friend Lucy for Christmas was the Ted Baker cheek and lip tint. In an on trend rose gold and white container, this little product had to be tried immediately after I received it. […]

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