One of the biggest outbreaks this year has been opening the barriers on mental health. Throughout 2017, we’ve had the Royal Family, celebrities, charities and citizens coming forward about the sensitive issues. In Britain, we’ve seen more investment in mental health across the country and a willingness to address this issue which confronts so many… Read More Mindfulness on mental health
From the gloomy, grey skies, to the dark, hidden, secretive codes, Florence is a magical, puzzling place. The secretive codes, enchanting buildings and the mysterious atmosphere are enough to confirm that Florence, is always almost an excellent idea. Some reasons why I left parts of me in Florence.. Inside the famous Dumuo – we took… Read More Florence for the evening (preferably).
Over the next year or so, there are a number of events which will contribute to the future landscape of Europe. Following Brexit, Theresa May has made it clear that “Brexit means Brexit” and she has signalled that Article 50 could very well be triggered before the new year. It’s certainly an interesting time for elections… Read More Upcoming Elections
It’s October 2015. My first party conference. I just flew in to Manchester from New York. I don’t really know what I’m doing but somehow I just got through the crowds of protestors and press and find myself walking towards an auditorium. The room is filled with excitement. People elated; the first conference since the… Read More Tribute to Cameron
Hey, So it has been a while since I last posted… Since then I managed to somehow graduate and am now a Master of Science! I have moved flats. I also have a real job, (yes, really!) in the field which i love. Things are going well it seems. From my opinions to my thought-processing,… Read More Catch Up
This is my second day in the city and I am falling in deep admiration of this incredible city. From its tragic, yet wonderful location, this intensely artistic city has fully captured each wall in my heart and I am really feeling the vibe of this beautiful place.