I cannot remember the last lesson I had that didn't reference ' in your exam'. The whole point of school from year 10 upwards is to 'get qualifications' and get the best results in your exams. That's a whole four years of having to learn for exams, which means learning a select part of the … Continue reading Why School Has Ruined Learning
And good riddance ! Tuesday the 19th of June marked my last ever A Level exam and the end of my secondary education. I can't believe that I have actually made it to this point because it felt like this day would never come. I proudly gathered all of my revision notes and threw them … Continue reading Goodbye A Levels
Now I love a playsuit, always have, always will. So when I saw this gorgeous 'Sophie' playsuit on Boutiqueofmolly.com I could not resist! Use: BETHH20 to get 20% off! All of the playsuits I own are very tailored for summer and the hot weather, as they are sleeveless, low cut and rather thin which means … Continue reading The Perfect Playsuit| Boutique of Molly
We all go through bursts of extreme motivation, that go get 'em feeling that makes us the most enthusiastic, productive human on the planet. Then we slump back into the less enthused routine of bumbling along and just getting things done, or not as the case may be. This is the typical cycle for me … Continue reading How To Stay Motivated
So last month I went to New York on a school trip and it was the best trip of my life. I went to all the tourist destinations, the Empire State Building, The Statue of Liberty, Bloomingdales.
The first book I have read this year is 'Small Great Things' by Jodi Picoult and it really has set the bar high for books to follow this year. In summary, the book is about the stories of Ruth, a black nurse, Turk who is a white supremacist and Kennedy, a lawyer. After Turk and … Continue reading Small Great Things| Jodi Picoult
Whether you love it or hate it Valentine's day is here, so I wish you all single or coupled up a very happy Valentine's day. It is very clear that Valentine's day is an extremely commercialised celebration with which giving and receiving roses, chocolates and cards has been associated. There are those who argue that … Continue reading Valentine’s Day