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Inbox Zero or 10,000 Unread Messages – which one are you?

Personally, I can’t stand having unread emails in my inbox. That little red notification bubble is the bane of my existence.


The agony of finding ‘the perfect Christmas gift’

A British holiday in winter

It’s that time of year again where I feel an internal panic that I haven’t done what I need to for the perfect Christmas day nor bought what I should for my loved ones to open on that morning.

UK holiday destinations don’t tend to be overrun in November, especially with lovers of good weather. Despite this, I still chose to go away with my mates to Tattersall Lakes in a caravan.

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Snow on High Street summit, above Haweswater, The Lake District, UK
Clock with Christmas Mittens
Stop the changing of the clocks!

Being a student often means late nights. Most of my lectures are in the afternoon and I’m quite a night owl, so it’s worked out nicely for me. The issue I have now it’s winter is a lack of sunlight.

Cream coloured map of South Yorkshire, featuring Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield.
South Yorkshire is dying

I love where I’m from. Rotherham and Sheffield are very much home to me, they’re where I feel I fit in the most. Evidently, my love for the region isn’t mirrored in Parliament.

Fifa World Cup Finale Russia 2018 winners holding a trophy in celebration, cheering with gold confetti
I’m struggling to get excited for the World Cup 2022

I love football—I spend my weekends watching it and my weekdays talking about it. You’d therefore imagine I’d be excited about the World Cup 2022.

Old classic box TV playing static in a dark and misty room