Olivia Richards extols the virtues of houseplants! Over the last few years there has been a sharp spike in people buying houseplants; whether this be because people who don’t have gardens want to bring some life indoors or students simply wanting to personalise a bland student room. I have noticed that houseplants have gained a […]
Livia Cockerell discusses the impact of continued lockdowns on people’s mental health, and suggests some ways to boost your mood On 5th November, England entered a second national lockdown in order to protect the physical health of the most vulnerable within our society. However, for many the question has arisen as to whether this decision […]
Katie Jones reviews McFly’s latest single, Happiness.
Review: The Unexpected Joy of the Ordinary by Catherine Gray Danni Darrah reviews one of her most loved novels It’s no secret that I’m a fan of the self-help genre. I’ve read how to not give a f*** with Manson, understood the ways of a calm life with Fearne Cotton and even tried finding the […]
A recent survey conducted by HappyOrNot ranked Exeter Airport the happiest in the world, with a customer satisfaction rating of 88.66%, over 12% higher than the global average of 76.52%. The Finnish company, formed in 2009, collected 158 million data points from 160 airports in 36 different countries, using its famous ‘Smiley’ feedback system. Terminals […]
As I write this article I can see waves rushing to the shore from a train window winding its way through Devon, headphones in on my way to see my boyfriend. In all fairness a two-hour journey nowadays is nothing, considering how we keep in touch in between. But the honest truth is that long distance […]
Pessimists and Peter – Jack Morgan Jones Peter Hitchens has a pessimistic view on modern Britain. When Exeposé ran an interview with the outspoken journalist, he defended his pessimism, asking why “should I be ashamed?” Should we treat pessimism itself with an optimistic glow or pessimistic reproach? It seems to me that it doesn’t matter whether […]