ActiveWin FC got back to winning ways, and kicked off their Summer Cup campaign, with a 6-0 thumping of British Cycling. Starting the game with ten men and no striker didn’t hamper ActiveWin. The team ran rampant over their opponents from the early stages. Goal 1: Josh Luksys-Booth is a relative newcomer to the side, […]

It’s probably not a coincidence that since starting work as a copywriter, my blogging has become sporadic. Typing all day does make coming home and blogging less appealing, but it’s something that makes me happy, so I’ll find the time. I’ve continued reading and, particularly during a trip to Japan in October, managed to get […]

They say the good girls keep diaries, the bad girls don’t have time… I haven’t been a ‘bad girl’ but I have been a busy one! As such, I haven’t written a personal blog in far too long. I say ‘personal’ because I have written several blogs as a copywriter at work. However, there are […]

I questioned whether to write this blog, or whether to just turn off my laptop and hibernate. I’m not a political nor economic expert and I’m not pretending to be. But I am a writer. I write about things that affect me, whether that’s something I experience personally, or something which happens in the world […]

Jason Donovan was my first love. I was four. I had posters all over my side of the bedroom and two videos full of his hits. So when (at the Rick Astley concert) I discovered Jason was on tour and tickets were available, I was incredibly excited. My sister text my mum, my mum bought […]

May was a busy month for superhero fans, with both Captain America: Civil War and X-Men: Apocalypse hitting cinemas. I’ve already reviewed the latter, so here’s my verdict on the former. In short, I liked it, but I didn’t love it. Somehow Civil War manages to feel like it takes a while to get going, […]

Once again, I’ve neglected my blogging duties, but I haven’t been shirking my reading. Starting a new job with an hour commute each way means that I’ve had a lot of time to catch up, and make some headway in the list. From March until the end of May, I’ve been reading some of the […]