Faux Pas of 2017 social media

When you realise you want to message a friend in 2017, you really need to think how am I going to do this. Do you slide on into their DM’s on Instagram?? Do you Giff them on Facebook? Do you send a picture of your face looking like a thumb on Snapchat with a caption?... Continue Reading →

Grad Schemes: the best idea or the worst idea?

Cast your minds back to final year of University, where we sat in huddles co-calculating the practice Aptitude tests, pulling our hair out over which Psychometric personality we should pretend to be to fit into Goldman’s ethos. It was a time of little sleep, elaborated summer “internships” at our parents firms, and mysterious “extra curriculum”... Continue Reading →

Parle vous emoji? Vietnam in smilies.

Emojis are now a global language and shared culture, understood and used by all of Generation D (Gen D spans all age groups who are deeply digital). Whilst in Vietnam this December, my  stories,  statuses and   posts were written in Emoji language, so it is only consistent to Emojicate when blogging on this 2 week trip.... Continue Reading →

Why are we obsessed with watching sex on TV?

When MIC, Towie, CBB, Geordie Shore, The Valleys, and Love Island are trending more than Brexit, ISIS and Trump, you have to wonder what is fuelling this British obsession with reality TV? The boundaries between public and private lives have been blurred, and with the rate that nudity, cheating and intercourse is becoming acceptable dinner... Continue Reading →

The jungle of the gym

Deep in the depths of the 24 hour London gym, under the humid fog of sweat and stress, tangled in Nike sportswear and protein canopies, you will come across various creatures of exercise. It can be difficult to navigate yourself through the savannah of weights, especially with such minimal natural light streaming through the dense... Continue Reading →

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