THE LONDON SERIES

Living in a busy, bustling city like London has it pros and cons. The biggest con being how expensive the city is. However, looking past the expenses, London by far has got to be my favourite place on Earth. London is one of the most, if not the most, diverse city, with so many different […]

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A VENETIAN GETAWAY

Seeing as it was my birthday a few weeks ago as well as needing a change of surroundings, an old school friend and I (who also very recently turned 21) booked a short getaway to the serene water city, otherwise known as Venice! The days leading up to this trip, across Europe, below freezing weather had […]

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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY | 2018

International women’s day is a day dedicated to celebrating strong and empowering women of the past and present regardless of age, culture or ethnicity etc. It is also a continued reminder of how we as a society can make even the smallest dent in working towards equality. Every year, a specific theme is dedicated to […]

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STUCK IN A RUT

Recently, I’ve found myself feeling lost and confused as to where I am and where I’m headed education and career wise. Being stuck in a rut is an annoying phase of a chapter in life and you can feel as if you’re never going to overcome it. If you’re reading this post and expecting me […]

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21 THINGS IN 21 YEARS…

So, if you’ve read the ‘about me’ section of my blog you’ve probably read the title of this post and are now thinking, how many times can one person turn 21!? Well you see… I’m weird. (As if you didn’t know that already) but basically 6/5/4 months before my actual birthday whenever someone asks my […]

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LETS TALK.

Growing up in the Asian (Indian, Bengali, Pakistani) community, I was led to believe certain topics held a certain stigma around them. Mental health being one of them. Unfortunately, in this day and age, within this community and many others, mental health topics are still seen as taboo, which has the power to oppress. It’s […]

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