Emo is still quite an elusive term, but is the subculture that defined the early 2000s a dying breed? Does today’s tik tok e-culture and “emo rap” mean that emo is dead? A Brief History of Emo I was first introduced to Emo circa 2006/7 when The Black Parade and Riot! were the huge new… Continue reading Welcome to the Rawring 20s: Is emo dead?
10 years ago vampire books were the thing. After the success of the first Twilight movie, my local books stores had shelves coated plack from all the vampire books to read that had come out capitalizing on the glittering vampire series hysteria. Will vampire books and movies ever recover from Twilight or are they doomed… Continue reading Will Vampire Books ever recover from Twilight?
There’s literally something for everyone in London, from food to shopping and pop-culture fans. These are the literary spots in London every bookworm must visit. Whether you want to see real-life inspirations for your favourite tales, tributes, or just get a drink! The Book Bars There are a few book bars in London every bookworm… Continue reading The literary spots in London every bookworm must visit
Lifes all about the little things like a nice cuppa tea or coffee, but our favourite comforting beverages can wreak havoc on the environment. Here’s how to drink tea and coffee sustainably: This post contains affiliate links. I earn a percentage of commission from sales made through them at no additional cost to you. This… Continue reading The dark truth behind our favourite beverages: how to drink tea and coffee sustainably
A lot of musicians branch into other areas from acting to setting up businesses. As natural song and lyric writers, it’s no surprise that many have branched into the publishing world. These are 6 books written by rock stars from comics, memoirs, and works of fiction. Neon Angel: A Memoir of a Runaway by Cherie… Continue reading Six books written by rock stars
I’ve never been to California, but I feel like my heart belongs there. As much as I love New York, London, and Paris, I might be looking at it from rose-tinted glasses but I love the sun, I love the beach, the fact that it would be considerably easier to eat vegan there. California is… Continue reading The Ultimate Alternative California bucket list
[Gifted | Affiliate Links] Plastic has become so prevalent today that micro-plastic isn’t just in the ocean, it’s even in the air now! Although our plastic use began with good intentions when plastic buttons replaced ivory, turtle shell, and bull horn buttons which were endangering animals. Something that started to help the animals is now… Continue reading Five Alternatives to Common Plastic Items You Need In Your Life
I love warm tropical places, so why on Earth would I go to cold rainy London!? London is full of surprises. Although it’s mostly known for its generic tourist attractions like Buckingham Palace or Big Ben, or it’s literary spots devoted to Sherlock Holmes and Harry Potter, London can feel like a bunch of different… Continue reading Surprisingly tropical Locations in London
I learned very quickly that I cannot listen to music with lyrics when I write. As much as I love to listen to my favourite bands, they hinder my productivity. When it comes to blogging and writing I like to listen to my favourite movie scores because they don’t distract me, and keep me motivated.… Continue reading The music to listen to become a more productive writer
[GIFED] The act of self-care has become a popular subject in recent months on social media, and also a contested one. Sometimes the internet paints self-care as lazy days in PJs or pampering yourself with a new facemask and bath bomb. Both are acts of self-care, however, self-care isn’t always soothing or relaxing, which is… Continue reading The little acts of self-care that make all the difference