The Doctor Who Experience, Cardiff, is closing for good! This news was just the thing I needed to begin planning my long awaited trip...
A brilliantly narrated audiobook for when you want to pretend you have a big sister/best friend who worked in the White House.
Throughout the 1960s, Robert F. Kennedy kept a private journal of favourite quotations, recording the philosophies of great leaders and thinkers throughout history. Thirty years after his father's tragic death, Maxwell Taylor Kennedy has culled the highlights of this journal, along with inspiring portions of Robert Kennedy's most memorable speeches, to create a passionate, immortal voice for... Continue Reading →
I am currently working on two cross stitch projects. The first I have been working on since August, the other I started in February this year. Below are some photos of my progress. The Weasley Family This is my first ever cross stitch project, and I'm really enjoying the process! Although it was a slow going... Continue Reading →
Whether you are a second year student preparing to start your final year dissertation, or a final year student in the midst of your research, below are my top five tips to completing your project. These aren't tips on how to conduct your research or how to write coherently. Instead they focus on the more... Continue Reading →
I had a an absolutely amazing time at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter last summer. Universal Orlando Resort was a great holiday destination before the addition of the two Potter Parks, but now it has become the prime destination of many Potterheads around the globe! I went on the holiday with my mum, and we... Continue Reading →
Below is account of my first five months as Project Assistant for a widening participation programme. The first few weeks were a steep learning curve, which I chronicled at the time, the rest of the post is a reflection of the five months so far. Every day presents a new opportunity to learn something about... Continue Reading →
On Wednesday the 7th of September I graduated from the University of Hertfordshire with a First Class Honours degree in History with French with a Year Abroad. I was lucky to have my family attend the ceremony with me and it was great to spend the day with friends and course mates celebrating our achievements.... Continue Reading →
As it is now July, I thought I would post an update on my first six months of reading in 2016. To achieve my goal, ideally I would have completed twelve books at this point in the year, although I'm not too annoyed with myself. I think eight completed books and two currently reading is... Continue Reading →