Millennials are always killing some industry or another. Now that Debenhams has gone into administration, the question on everyone’s lips is the classic “who is to blame?”.
Author: Anamika Talwaria
In light of the upcoming holidays, here are my tips on how to make efficient use of your time to ensure a smooth last-minute-packing-session. Keep Calm and Read On:
Inspired by the Asian Woman Festival, hosted by Shani Dhanda, I revisit the panel discussion surrounding Asian Women and identity.
London Fashion Week is over, and one of the biggest 2019 Spring/Summer trends has me shook… No makeup on the catwalk?! Here’s how I’m embracing this #nomakeup movement
Women Supporting Women is the definition of Feminism.
I want to remind you all to support the women in your life this year…#iwd #feminism
Now that the weather is changing and we’re experiencing harsh extremes (global warming, I’m looking at you), it’s the most important time to really take care of your skin. Here’s my guide to keeping your skin hydrated and happy all year round.
As Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, I’m sharing my favourite ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day when you’re conspicuously without a Valentine:
On this first Monday of 2019, I’m reflecting on why I’m not making a resolution this year, and why you shouldn’t either. #newyearsresolution #newyear #sameme
Christmas: it’s the most wonderful time of the year! Or so they say. Spare a thought for those still stuck at work over the holidays.
The phenomenon of “ragebaiting” has become increasingly widespread throughout mainstream media. A cousin of clickbait, ragebaiting is the trend of publishing misleading headlines and articles, in order to provoke controversy and increase traffic and engagement. It is purely profit-driven, and often plays up to the 5-second culture that social media has perpetuated – that is, the culture of taking in snippets of information as quickly as possible, regardless of how accurate this is.