The problem with Jameela Jamil’s ‘body neutrality’ message

Jameela Jamil is continuing on her mission to defeat diet culture. In her guest edit for this week’s issue of Stylist, The Good Place star appears on the cover as ‘The Diet Destroyer’, wielding a sledgehammer with several pairs of scales smashed at her feet. On the surface it sends a powerful message. The issue… Continue reading The problem with Jameela Jamil’s ‘body neutrality’ message

Finding peace in the kitchen

Pals, I've been stuck in a rut. With no routine and a fairly stressful deadline not that far away, I've found my mental health receding. Despite the fact I'm on course for a decent mark in my degree and almost at a point where I (hopefully) never have to study ever again - hallelujah! -… Continue reading Finding peace in the kitchen

7 things I learned as a ‘workie’

In April this year I went down to London for a month of work experience in journalism. A required part of my MA course, I went to the capital for two separate placements during which I was privy to the goings-on at the features desks across four women's magazines. As you might expect from being… Continue reading 7 things I learned as a ‘workie’

Masters / Making a mini magazine

Hey pals, it's been a while. I wish I had more of an excuse for my absence, but essentially, my MA is ruling my life and the majority of my free time has either been spent binging Peaky Blinders or tackling my Goodreads 2019 challenge. Add to that list a heck ton of sleep, and… Continue reading Masters / Making a mini magazine

Masters / The dreaded voxpop

I knew throughout most of my undergraduate degree that I wanted to study a Masters degree in magazine journalism, and I think most people around me also knew as I never really shut up about it. However, not everything has been plain sailing so far. For every interview and feature piece, there are also parts… Continue reading Masters / The dreaded voxpop

A big ol’ life update

It’s been a while since I last wrote one of these. Over a year if we’re counting. But hello, hola, bonjour, etc. The blog is back! For the remaining few of you who I’ve not rabbited on to or irritated with several Facebook updates: I’ve moved to Wales. I’m living with my lovely boyfriend in… Continue reading A big ol’ life update

Album Review / Chris – Christine and the Queens

"I initially set out to smash against macho culture and macho men […] what does it mean if I’m still this figure, and I’m a woman? Does it make me an aberration? Is it joyful?" Héloïse Letissier, aka Christine and the Queens, is daring. In reference to her first single in over two years, ‘Girlfriend’, the… Continue reading Album Review / Chris – Christine and the Queens