I’ve heard a lot of rumblings recently that Little Mix’s new Black Magic video is thoroughly sexist. I was shocked and disappointed – I’ve always associated Little Mix with the Spice Girls; a modern day ‘girl power’ girl band promoting equality, feminism and refusing to hate on other women – a British Fifth Harmony. So I watched the video and, trying to keep my inner Little Mix fangirl at bay, came up with the following thoughts.… Read More Is Little Mix’s Black Magic Video Sexist?
Exactly four years ago, I was volunteering in Morocco, surrounded by a group of ridiculously inspirational people and seeing this happy little face every day. I still think about baby Sawaya a lot and wonder if she found a new home with adoptive parents who love her as much as she deserves. You need… Read More Four Years Ago Today: How Volunteering Abroad Changed My Life
Last Saturday night, PSCORE supporters turned out in full force for an amazing rock concert to raise awareness and support for North Korean refugees! Club Freebird 2 The event took place at Club Freebird 2 in Hongdae, a great venue that somewhat resembles an underground cave – in a unconsciously hipster sort of way, if… Read More PSCORE Rock Out Concert – Review
I wrote in my last post that over the coming weeks, I’ll be posting about various different ways to help North Korean refugees/get involved in the North Korea human rights crisis here in Seoul. Over the last two weeks, I’ve made two big commitments to get involved with two of the biggest non-profits working on this… Read More Rock Out for Refugees – Introducing PSCORE
Are you living in Seoul, interested in finding out more about the North Korea human rights crisis and what you can do to help? Sometimes it’s hard to remember or even to believe that the world’s biggest humanitarian crisis is happening right now, and so close to us too. If you want to learn more… Read More The North Korea Issue – How to Get Involved This Week
It’s been a while since I’ve had any adventures, so naturally it’s been a while since I blogged about my life. But recently, something has changed – I started one of the biggest adventures of my life: moving to South Korea! I’m here to teach English and to stay as involved as possible with an… Read More Bau House Dog Cafe
So, I haven’t written here for a long time. For three months, I was away in Nepal with next to no internet access, which is a good enough excuse. But I’ve been back in the UK for two months now and I still haven’t written a new blog post. Why not? Surely I’d have hundreds… Read More What I Learnt in Nepal – Why A Bad Travel Experience Isn’t The End