I recently filmed a video where I read my Youtube comments.
I’ll admit, I was a little nervous to go through them, but the main reason for it was to let Youtube viewers know that I have been reading their comments.
Continue reading I read my Youtube comments, I was scared…
It’s been a long time since I’ve written on the topic of technology and social media. Then comes the Facebook outage and I start to look into how the world has handled it.
But I’m finding the angle of the topic has almost turned in on itself in recent years. To be honest, as a mental health professional even I didn’t see things going in this direction.
Continue reading Facebook Outage: We’re Ok…
I’d say, the general UK population can be put into two groups because of this petrol shortage.
A. The ‘I CANNOT run out of petrol’ group.
B. The ‘I cannot BELIEVE people are stockpiling petrol’ group.
No matter what group you’re in, the tension out on the streets is thick.
Continue reading Are you filling up or fuming? | Petrol Shortage Controversy
Just like most of us, I got through the latest series of Sex Education in a single weekend.
I see it as Gen Z’s Inbetweeners and what Grange Hill was attempting to do. And this is why I love how Sex Education is set in the fictional village Moordale, which could be placed anywhere between 1965 and the present day.
Continue reading We’re angry about Sex Education | Should Ottis be getting the brunt of it?
You have definitely heard the name Emma Raducanu the past few days.
At 18 years old she is the youngest US Open winner since 2004. She is the first British woman to win a major tennis tournament in 44 years.
Continue reading Why is Emma Raducanu the perfect Influencer in 2021?
We’ve all had a lot more time on our hands. Time that used to be filled with a social life or work. Now that we’re back in the swing of things, what’s going to happen to that lockdown hobby?
Continue reading What’s going to happen to our pandemic hobby?