Quick Guide of a Relaxing Spring Weekend in London

Porridge, tea, chocolate, and spring blossoms – I could sum up my mini guidebook of a lazy weekend in springtime London to this.

“Elles prennent la parole”: The New #GirlPower Documentary

“Women can do it”, this is the message these YouTubers want to transmit, thus wishing to inspire change in our still too patriarchal society.

My Own Mini Walking Marathon & How I’ve Been Reconciled With Exercising

This Sunday, 23rd April, was London Marathon Day, and my little self waking up in Langley (Slough) without any exciting plans for the day was one of the most depressing first thought to have. Fortunately, the sun was out, I called…

My Perfect One-Day Trip To Windsor In Springtime

9:30 am • It’s Saturday morning and I am en route to grab my train at Stratford International Station to Windsor & Eton central. I’ve been willing to go there for a very long time, but kept on postponing it until…

Follow This French Acrobat & Visit Paris From The Rooftops

Every globetrotter loves to explore – on a bike, on a train, on the bus, or else on foot. But some of them likes to do it quite differently. Now does that surprise anyone if I say French acrobat Amélie,…

This Is A Thank You Letter To My Best Friend, For Sticking With Me Throughout The Nights I’m Drowning

some words are too important to be read on a fleeting screen.
some words need to be handwritten.

Why the Netflix Series ’13 Reasons Why’ Is an Important Watch

“Settle in because I’m about to tell you the story of my life. More specifically, why my life ended. And if you’re listening to this tape, you’re one of the reasons why.” These are the first few words of Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford), the main character of the new Netflix series, 13 Reasons Why. A few words that set the tone for the 13 episodes of the adaptation of the 2007 bestselling book with the same name by Jay Asher.

Why People Are Usually Surprised When I Say I Have Depression

I am a strong, young woman living with depression, and to most, it doesn’t make sense, it doesn’t match their definition or their idea of what this mental illness looks like as if the two were somehow incompatible. But they are or at least can be.