How to Read Poetry: for those who need help ‘getting it’

Reading a poem can be hard, like picking apart an elaborate puzzle and putting it back together again in a way you can understand, but it is just another thing that needs to be practiced and can unlock a whole area of literature that may have been previously shrouded in doubt and fear… Continue reading How to Read Poetry: for those who need help ‘getting it’

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THE COMICONERS DOS AND DON’TS FOR LONDON’S EXPO 2015 – How to Have a Good Time at ComiCon (with advice straight from our nerdy mouths)

So this time, instead of just giving any old advice from what I’ve experienced, I drafted the opinions and advice straight from the source, and offer up to you…THE COMICONERS DOS AND DON’TS FOR LONDON’S EXPO 2015! Continue reading THE COMICONERS DOS AND DON’TS FOR LONDON’S EXPO 2015 – How to Have a Good Time at ComiCon (with advice straight from our nerdy mouths)

6 Months of Sheet Masks: Part Three – The Experiment

After I finished the last sheet mask, I ordered 20 different flavours from Etude House’s I Need You range. For £20 I thought that was good money for value, as I often keep the extra serum in the packet for another time, and the ones they sell individually I’ve seen as pricey as £5 each. These came in an assortment of flavours, many of which … Continue reading 6 Months of Sheet Masks: Part Three – The Experiment

6 Months of Sheet Masks: Part One – To Jason or Not To Jason?

After hearing lots about sheet masks, I managed to procure three to sample: one from No7, and two Korean ones from a friend. I will be honest; I went into this as sceptically as Richard Dawkins looks at a Christian miracle healer, and I am usually quite open minded about treatments from acupuncture to chakras. Though I don’t believe everything I hear, I always try … Continue reading 6 Months of Sheet Masks: Part One – To Jason or Not To Jason?