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A Witchy Wishlist

I’ve been thinking about the direction of this blog recently. While I love sharing things to do in London, and I’ll be a student for at least another year, I feel like it needs to evolve somehow. After having a think about what interests me, I’ve made two new categories on the blog: Classics (as in the Ancient world, the Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and all that stuff I study), and Witchcraft. Witchcraft has interested me for a long time, it was one of my childhood obsessions (along with wanting to be a pirate!), so I’m excited to be writing about…

4 of the Best City Hotspots in Balham

(this is a guest post, photography is mine) If you are looking at renting a room in London – Balham is a good place to start.  It is based in South London and has lots of attractions that are sure to appeal to you.  It’s an incredibly friendly area, so perfect if you have just moved to London and it has its own tube station so you can get about easily enough.  It’s also home to some great places to visit which we have laid out for you as must visits if you find yourself there. Banana Cabaret Banana Cabaret…

Spring to Summer Fashion Tips For a Girl About Town

(this is a guest post) If you’ve left all of your floaty tea dresses at the back of the wardrobe, and are still in your boots and slouchy sweatshirts, then rejoice as spring is finally in the air! Managing the seasonal changes, in particular, if you live in the UK, can be a tall order – as those April showers and freak cold weather fronts make it difficult to incorporate seasonal trends and must-haves into your wardrobe. So, if you are a self-confessed fashionista and girl about town, then worry not, you can still dress to impress and look on…

Tips for Talking to your Therapist

(this is a guest post, picture is mine) Talking to a therapist is tricky for a lot of people, as they’re not accustomed to opening up about their feelings. If you’re paying for therapy sessions and want to get more out of them, then these are our helpful hints on how best to communicate. Bring a Journal Over the time between therapy sessions, you’re experiencing a lot and may forget certain things by the next appointment. This means you could be missing out on connections between your overall mood and what’s happening in your life. A journal can be really…

Win Your Student Rent Covered (£10k) with Endsleigh!*

Today’s blog post is really exciting. Endsleigh are giving away £10,000 to a lucky student to cover their rent for a year! I live in London where rent is the highest, but it would certainly be enough for me. If you live elsewhere, that £10k will get you even further! Who are Endsleigh? If you’ve lived in student halls, you’ve probably heard of Endsleigh. They’re the go-to insurance company for students; I remember our halls promoting Endlsleigh’s contents and gadget insurance a lot in freshers. Their 24-hour gadget replacement (whether lost, damaged or stolen), is so useful for university life,…

How to Find and Purchase Affordable Art

We’d all love to bring a bit of class to our homes with a bit of art, but sometimes this can be more expensive than we originally bargained for. For those that want to spruce things up on a budget, there are affordable art options, if you know where to find them. Go to Local Shows Local art shows can allow you to pick up some exceptional art without the big price tag. You get to help out community artists and also get yourself a bargain, what’s not to like? If you’re having trouble finding these in your community, then…

A Beginners Guide to Storing Wine

The Italian Classicist in me loves a good glass of wine, and as I’ve recently been in Rome, I thought this guest post that popped into my email inbox may be interesting to some of you! It’s also a cheeky opportunity to share a few more of my Rome pictures. I’m very busy with writing essays at the moment, but after reading this I’m craving the bottle of Rose in my fridge… If you are a newcomer to the world of serious wine tasting and collecting, you will probably have learned a reasonable amount of new terminology in a relatively…

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