All posts tagged journey

Book Review: Crossing by Pajtim Statovci

“This novel is more than just the crossing of physical borders, as its protagonist explores the crossing of gender and sexuality”   Bujar’s world is collapsing.  His father is dying […]

Podcasts I like and you might like too!

One of my New Year’s resolutions was to listen to podcasts more often and boy have I done that. Through trial and error, I have discovered a wide range of […]

Book Review: ‘Jog On’ by Bella Mackie

Picture this: A freezing, rainy February day in beautiful Mile End. I’m homesick. The Philadelphia Eagles have just won the Super Bowl. My friends back in the States have travelled home to be […]

Behind the scenes of the Islamic State: Who are we really fighting?

As the wave of attacks that took place in Western Europe in 2015-2016 calmed down, news about ISIS has slowly faded into the background over the past couple of years. […]

‘Genesis ‘ – A New Vegan Eatery.

I know what you’re probably thinking: ‘another one?’. It seems you cannot walk down any of London’s streets without your eyes being assaulted by restaurant upon restaurant of niche and […]

VegfestUK @ Olympia London – October 27-28.

Vegan or non-Vegan, this event is for you (because let’s be real, who doesn’t love food?). Everyone is welcome to find out more about this fast growing and increasingly popular […]

Head Above Water: A public art piece bringing mental health to the Thames.

Standing at nine metres tall, a new interactive and thought-provoking sculpture by Steuart Padwick, and supported by Time to Change, is captivating the landscape and the city of London. The design, […]

Exclusive Preview: ‘Q Live’ @ Quaglino’s.

Music is amazing. It has the power to forge connections between people through speaking to individuals’ shared feelings and experiences. Music is even better when it’s live. This is something […]

Appreciating Street Art…

Around London, everybody seems to walk with a purpose; they never stop to fully survey or appreciate their surroundings. We have become immune to the subtle art that London has […]