Hello all. What’s this? A blog post? I know, I know, I have been TERRIBLE at posting the past few months. I could go on to list the multitude of excuses that I have stored up, but I am not going to do that. But now I have only my pesky gremlins to deal with… Continue reading Update
Starborn by Lucy Hounsom I will start off the bat, this isn’t going to be a favourable review. As I am not going to be recommending it to anyone, there will be some minor spoilers littered throughout. I have majorly procrastinated over this review because I didn’t enjoy the book. I have a need to… Continue reading Starborn: Review
As I don’t currently make any money from writing, I need to have a day job. I have mentioned before about my previous work history, but when I quit my full-time job I decided that I wanted to pursue acting again. When I was 8 or 9 (I think), I asked my parents if I… Continue reading ‘Lights, camera, action’? More like ‘eat, drink and be merry.’
All I Know Now by Carrie Hope Fletcher If I were to write my own auto-biography cum advice book, it would end up fairly similar to All I Know Now. Of course some names would change, as would some situations, but the basic essence of the book would be the same.
When I was 16, my school did short tasters for the new subjects available for study at A-Level. I attended the psychology session and was hooked from that moment on. Previously, I had thought I might study biology at university, but from that one hour sessionI knew that I wanted to be a psychologist. For… Continue reading It’s Never Too Late
I have suffered from procrastination for as long as I can remember. The bystander often thinks that root of procrastination is laziness though there are many psychological articles which demonstrate otherwise. I thought I would write about my own experience with it, using the simple analogy of brain gremlins. I am coming at this from… Continue reading Procrastination Gremlins
In December, my mum and I went into Reading shopping. She was kind enough to come with me to a book signing by Tom Fletcher and Dougie Poynter – two members of McFly (now McBusted). I loved McFly when I was 16-19. And though the obsession faded as time went on, I still have quite the… Continue reading Regression