There seems to be two words on everyone’s lips at the moment. For the last few weeks they have dominated the twitter hashtag, become the main topic of idle office chit chat and been sprawled all over Instagram stories. I’m fairly sure you’ll have heard of them: Love. Island. I’m afraid to say that I have to...Read More
How often have you said: ‘follow your dreams’ or ‘all my dreams have come true’ without really thinking about the literal meaning of the word and the complex process of actually ‘dreaming’. In today’s Western society the word dream is often used in a very flippant manner, and quite possibly never fully understood or taken...Read More
I happened to come across a favourite piece of writing of mine the other day, Obituary: The Sad Passing of Common Sense. I remember my Mother telling me about it a few years ago, nodding along as she read it aloud. It’s continued to stay with me since hearing it all those years ago and on...Read More
This week I stumbled across a series of photographs by Maud Fernhout tackling the issues that men face expressing emotion and the shame women feel for their laughter – being beautifully shot and accompanied by the words of each subject, it successfully presents the issue in a way that cannot be ignored and deserve to...Read More
For many, holidays are a form of escapism from the stress of real life, a small getaway to remind us that life can be kind to us. Holidays are needed to keep a sense of sanity and something to look forward to. It’s just a shame they always seem to be over so quickly. We’ve...Read More
No one writes letters anymore. Especially love letters. It’s all text messages and Whatsapps nowadays and while these are perfectly good and extremely convenient ways of communicating, they are throwaway comments that make us feel only momentarily and then they are gone. Forgotten and lost, and in losing letters we are losing the art of...Read More
I was recently given a piece of artwork that has enthralled me for weeks. Intrigued, I set out to find out more about the artist, Marius Bercea, as the imagery was complex. Born in Cluj Romania, Marius Bercea experienced the demise of the communist period as the USSR disintegrated and the 1989 Romanian Revolution took...Read More
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