Hi guys, Change is a natural part of life, in some form or another it's inescapable. However As much as change is natural and is sometimes necessary, even a good thing, the road to accepting it can be difficult at times. I think largely it's because we're all creatures of habit and we grow used… Continue reading Why are we afraid of Change?
Hi guys, Here I am back at it again with another book tag! I knew I had to take part in this tag once I saw it on Dreamland Book Blog . This tag basically incorporates two of my major loves: Books and ATLA so it's a no brainer really. I've seen the entire series about… Continue reading Avatar: The Last Airbender Book Tag
Hi guys, I was recently approached by author Reesha Goral and her team to see if I was interested in receiving a free copy of The Servant Boy in exchange for an honest review. Naturally I jumped at the opportunity as it seemed like a really interesting read and I wasn't wrong. As soon as… Continue reading Review: The Servant Boy by Reesha Goral
Hi guys, Every year I make loads of plans mentally and think about what I want to do and achieve and a lot of the time I don't get around to all of it. Sometimes life takes over and you get so bogged down with the monotonous routine and everyday that you put your goals… Continue reading 21 before 21 List ♡
Hi guys Recently I was at Westfield with my cousins and thought what better time to finally try the famous rolled ice cream. My decision may also have been based on how to appease my little brother and cousin, something sweet usually does the trick haha. If you've ever been to a busy shopping centre… Continue reading Visit: Pan n Ice ♡
Hi guys, If any of you have seen the Game of Thrones books and I'm sure you have - you'll understand how chunky they are! Which makes sense given how vast and detailed the novels are, but this certainly takes up a lot of reading time hence why I haven't posted a book review in… Continue reading Review: A Game of Thrones (ASOIAF BOOK 1)
Hi guys, The lack of representation, or rather whitewashing of Asian roles in TV and Cinema has been at the forefront, most recently due to the casting of Scarlett Johansson as Motoko Kusanagi in Ghost in the Shell. I find it difficult to reconcile such a casting choice, knowing that there are plenty of talented… Continue reading Why Ghost in the Shell is only the tip of the iceberg