Talent has no gender

In a world riddled with underlining gender biases, it seems that talent is one of the only aspects of life which doesn’t come with a gender label. With this in mind, I thought I’d write an opinion piece on this topic and why, in some respects, I feel ashamed to be part of a society … Continue reading Talent has no gender

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Student Workshop

On Tuesday 4th June 2019, I attended an ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 student workshop, organised by The Cricket Writers’ Club. The workshop was held at The Kia Oval in London. The day consisted of attending press conferences, writing press reports, match reports and a colour piece based on the day’s experience. I am immensely … Continue reading ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Student Workshop

What life is like owning an asthmatic horse

It suddenly dawned on me that I haven’t blogged for a while following the blog series I posted for my University assessment. So, for this blog, I decided to write about something more within my comfort zone. The equestrian world. Specifically, owning and caring for your own horse. I can honestly say I adore being … Continue reading What life is like owning an asthmatic horse

21st Century Modelling – The Unhealthy Reality

As I’ve previously expressed, modelling is a harsh industry - but it’s advocacy of eating disorders is more damaging than we may realise. Now, I’ll openly admit that as a teenager of the 21st Century, body image expectations are sometimes unbearable. There are days where I’ll look in the mirror and thoughts of being “ugly” … Continue reading 21st Century Modelling – The Unhealthy Reality

21st Century Modelling – Plus Size Power

Following on from last week’s blog, I want to talk about plus-size modelling. Now, as a woman, I think it’s fair to say that we are all different in shape and size; but to brand someone as ‘plus size’ when (in reality) they’re not really grinds my gears - here’s why. There is a ridiculous … Continue reading 21st Century Modelling – Plus Size Power

21st Century Modelling – an advocate for eating disorders?

Ah, the world of modelling. It all seems very glamorous right? The extravagant make-up, over-the-top outfits, paparazzi cameras – I could go on. But there’s a darker side to this façade. The promotion of eating disorders. I feel that modelling, in some respects, is an advocate for this. Especially in a world where British teenagers … Continue reading 21st Century Modelling – an advocate for eating disorders?

The Weird and Wonderful World of the 21st Century

Ok, here goes. I feel that the time has come for me to step outside of the regular instalments of the ‘Lambo Boys’ posts to something a bit more journalistic and opinion-based. As much as I love writing about the club and its members, it’s time to write about something I initially mentioned in my … Continue reading The Weird and Wonderful World of the 21st Century