Saturday in London Part VII | The Barbary

Who wants delicious Israeli food at a reasonable price? You do, that’s who! It’s been a busy post birthday week and by busy I mean me stressing over the fact that I am now in my Mid-20s and have not accomplished anything I has intended to do by this age, it’s a very Millennial problem.…

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25? No Thank You.

The unthinkable happened, I let myself turn 25. I’m officially mid-20s and there’s no denying my ‘Adult’ status. I let Adulthood sneak up on me like some roman assassin. 25 daggers in my back and room for more. Okay enough self-pity, I had a fantastic week of events that I celebrated my birth with and…

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Saturday In London Part VI | Park Room Afternoon Tea

Being a Brit means your love for tea is incomparable to anything else. It’s a way of life, nothing short of essential in our daily operation, and from time to time we like to treat ourselves to a fancier tea, a tea that comes with sandwiches and scones so perfectly crafted we banish the though…

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Film Reflection: Annihilation

Last year, various film sites broke the news that Alex Garland would be directing an adaptation of Jeff Vandermeers’ Annihilation. The news was both exciting and worrying, exciting because Alex Garland debut blockbuster Ex Machina was one of the brightest and entertaining sci-fi features of the last decade, and worrying because I absolutely hated Jeff…

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Dating in London

Be honest, how many people have you swiped right on and actually had a conversation with that didn’t end in the person asking for nudie pics?  Welcome to dating in London, it’s awfully grim and monotonous much like the city itself. For the last 5 years I’ve been dating on and off and honestly, it…

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Winter Style Lookbook

As April approaches, I think Winter might just be wrapping up, but I don’t want to jinx anything because last Friday we had sunshine and the next day the weather crashed to -2° and it started snowing so let’s not tempt fate again. Until then, my favourite season of the year gave me so many…

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My Trip to Athens

Picture this, it’s 6am, I’ve been awake for 25 hours and I’ve just strolled back into my hotel with one shoe off and my friend hanging off my leather jacket. It’s not the prettiest sight, but it’s the most representative of this trip. What started as a casual, fun weekend away in Athens, ended up…

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Saturday in London Part V | Ours

One thing I love about London, is how no two areas are the same. In this urban jungle I call home, no postcode mirrors the next. You can cross a couple of streets in London and discover a whole new frame of homes, shops and people. It’s this diversity that makes London the powerhouse of…

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The Art of Escape

“No live organism can continue, for long, to exist sanely under conditions of absolute reality.” ― Shirley Jackson, The Haunting of Hill House At the start of 2017 I undertook my first art course in over 4 years. It was challenging to say the least, and by the end of my first day there I…

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