"To be or not to be - That is the question" - William Shakespeare I'm sure you've heard the title of today's post before - you must have. It's the most famous line of the most famous Shakespeare play, Hamlet. So what's it about? Well in short Hamlet is contemplating whether or not he should [...]
Genesis 2:24: “Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and hold fast to his wife, and they shall become one flesh." This particular post has been pending forever but it's taken ages to get out and I'm so so sorry especially to Manny (sksksksk❤️). Welcome back to my now very consistent blog. [...]
Use what you have. Do what you can. - Authur Ashe Recap and Introduction You may recall in our previous issue we discussed the basic first steps you need to take in order to create good revision habits and the information you'll need to know before hand. In this issue, we will be looking at [...]
As we remember those who passed in the fatal Calabasas helicopter crash, it is important that we give the close families and friends of the victims the time and the space to mourn. We are not entitled to watch and dissect the suffering of others just because they are famous.
I keep getting requests for reading lists. So this is a page - separate from my International Reading Challenge, dedicated to simply informing you of the best books I've read or am yet to read. The list will constantly get longer and if you have any suggestions just comment them below. I'll also include movies [...]
“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies . . . The man who never reads lives only one.” – George R.R. Martin Introduction - or Rather "Once Upon A Time" Once upon a time, there was a blogger, poet, and English undergrad named Nissie-Grace, who spent her evenings surfing the net - as [...]
"To acquire knowledge, one must study; but to acquire wisdom, one must observe" - Marilyn Vos Savant This is issue 1 in a set of posts called "Just do it" Greetings fellow students... You. Yes you. You missed all your lectures. You have mocks coming up for your A levels. You haven't revised one bit [...]