THIS IS NOT A DRILL, I CRACKED THE CODE. You’ve always wondered how to recreate the amazing flat-share turned into lifelong friendships? You always seem to recreate the Eddy and Chandler’s situation and wish you could actually experience something more like Chandler and the Friends.
After years of dedicated hard-work – wait let’s scratch that. After years of binging sitcoms, I finally found the common denominator.
Ed Sheeran returned to France for a series of concerts earlier this month. As a spur-of-the-moment thing, my friend and I decided to buy pit tickets last year not knowing if we would be able to fly there as we were both living abroad at that time. Thankfully we could make it and we head to Paris on the 6th of July to attend Ed’s show at Le Stade de France. Continue reading
2018 has been a great year so far in terms of films. The second instalment of the Jurassic World series hit theatres, Han Solo returned to the big screen, and Avengers: Infinity War and Black Panther made their way to the highest grossing movies. Continue reading
Brand new music, series finale, and upcoming TV projects… Let’s dive into this week’s hottest news! Continue reading
Hi guys, it’s been a while since I last posted an article. Uni applications, interviews, internships and loads of day trips to London kinda got me busy over the last few weeks.
I’m back with a new blog post to talk about New Girl and its final season which aired this past month. Our favourite crazy roomies got back together for 8 last episodes to say goodbye to their beloved viewers. Continue reading
I hear a lot of people say that being a book enthusiast is expensive and many of them end up giving up on reading altogether. Well, it’s not if you know a few tricks… In this blog post I’m going to give you some advice to help you read more when you can’t afford books. Continue reading
There is one book I wanted to talk to you about and it is Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. I stayed up all night reading it and I found it so good I almost finished it in one sitting. This coming-of-age novel is funny, touching, authentic, and discussed so many important issues. I take the opportunity that the movie adaptation (called Love, Simon) is coming out (this pun has been made approx. 359 times) today to write a short review and urge you to read the book before you go see the film. Continue reading