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Time to speak up?

Breaching the subject of mental health, especially with those closest to you, can be difficult. But, it can make such a difference when you...

Taking on ‘Dry January’

Ultimately, we drink to socialise. Exeter, for example, has a culture of pre-drinking, going out to Fever, dancing, drinking and letting go. You might...

In Defence of Idleness

Idleness has been condemned by its web of negative synonyms which trap the phrase in distaste as an indolent, slothful laziness. A biblical sin....

Words Matter: Talking about mental health

“W ith the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the forefront of the Heads Together campaign and the recent popularity of the Netflix show...

Home Is Where The Food Is

I was raised the right way by my parents. I know that's a bold claim, but I was raised with good values; a love...

Five (Not-So-Groundbreaking) Tips to Get You Through Exams

Forewarning: none of this is groundbreaking; most of this you will have heard before, but in these “times of trouble”, let me be your...

An Interview with Deliciously Ella: Food Blogger Extraordinaire

With the release of her new book Deliciously Ella with Friends, the Queen of Courgetti sat down with me to discuss all things plant-based. If...

Top Tips for Creating the Perfect Tinder Profile

Tinder is a dry, flammable material, often being wood or paper, used for lighting a fire. Or, in our current non-caveman days of matches...

Growing by shrinking: the beauty of minimalism

We live in a consumer-driven society with a rapid cyclic need to constantly upgrade our stuff and ourselves, and with the new year behind...

Interviewing Exeter’s secret sex blogger

W hat made you decide to start your blog, ‘Sex and the Exeter Girl’? I used to be the biggest prude about sex. I remember seeing...