Last Sunday, I went from Hull to Stoke-on-Trent with two lovely ladies to go for afternoon tea and to paint our own pottery at the Emma Bridgewater Factory.
I know, it’s a long way to go for pottery… but when the pottery is that nice, it wasn’t too strenuous a journey!
Continue reading “Emma Bridgewater Factory Day Out”
When I was 17 years old, I knew exactly where I wanted to go and what I wanted to do. But, when I was 18, on my A-Level results day, I didn’t get what I expected.
You know, there are several parts of me that doesn’t feel connected to the 17 year old version of myself. 24 year old Tory can be so indecisive and I never seem to settle on what I want to do or where I want to go. How was I so sure about where I wanted to go to uni?
Looking back, what advice can I give? What’s the most important thing to think about on your A-Level results day?
Continue reading “Getting into University through Clearing: Making Your Choice”
Less than a year ago, I wrote about what kind of a place our world and Britain is now. I can’t quite believe I’m writing about another terrorist attack.
Last night, 22 people have been killed and 59 people have been injured (figures at the time of writing) after going to a pop concert in Manchester.
Continue reading “For the 22.”