Call me odd, call me rude, but I find there’s something hugely satisfying in hitting the unfriend button, en-masse. It’s like a spring clean, but for the soul. When I hit the delete button, I feel like I’m inching closer to the hypothetical tabula rasa, somehow cleansing myself of anxieties and obligations. It’s not that I… Read More In defence of the mass Facebook cull
St Trinian’s comparisons and lesbian-fantasies aside, a lot of people seem to have pre-conceived assumptions about what it’s like at an all-girls’ school. Sometimes, the papers like to commend single-sex education for girls, touting league tables and academic achievements of their alumni. On other occasions, the press are quick to denounce the environment I went… Read More For all the politics, I don’t resent my time at girls’ school
I will open this with a question: Is Vetements making fashionable people look like a bunch of tossers? Yes, it is. But let me explain why. Vetements, in case you are as yet unacquainted, is the French fashion label responsible for the quite frankly reprehensible DHL T-shirt that people – whose style I actually used to… Read More Vetements: Fashion that delivers?
Chronic sense of dissatisfaction? Nagging and pervasive ennui hanging over your head like a storm cloud over sunny picnics? Crippling feelings of negativity regarding self worth and constant comparison to others? Check check check. Nothing really to feel that bad about, and yet somehow loads of stuff to feel bad about? It’s the quarter-life crisis.… Read More Am I having a quarter-life crisis?