Most people now in this fast-paced world are in pursuit of trying to find the most natural, productive and unadulterated way to be human, aiming to cut out stress from their lives. Whether that would be through decluttering the house of superfluous junk, or clearing out your the mind through focused mediation, de-stressing and finding the 'real' seems to be a focus for many people nowadays.
This was a review of 'The Girl on the Train' by Paula Hawkins that I did for the Courier in the last academic year. As the trailer for the film version of this critically acclaimed book is currently going viral online, here is a review of the 'book of 2015' that is coming to cinemas this October. … Continue reading ‘The Girl on the Train’, Paula Hawkins
Every single arts student and schoolchild will remember that going to see museum exhibitions with a sketchpad and your art teacher meant that you would choose to sit cross-legged under some painting or other and while away your time doodling, or finely pencilling in the shadows, depending on your interest.
Every couple of months or so, the fashion crowd shifts shades- from pastel to navy, just in time for the changing seasons and below tolerable temperatures. However, there are the new kids on the block who don't think that wearing seasonal appropriate shades is important. Why not wear canary in winter? Who has defined it … Continue reading The Colour Game