Two Representations: One Topic


13 Reasons Why, the Netflix original has received a lot, a lot of attention. It tells the story of Hannah, who commits suicide and leaves behind 13 tapes, blaming 13 different people for her tragedy. Reasons to Stay Alive is a deservedly well-respected book where we learn of Matt Haig’s struggles with depression, while he […]

May 24, 2017

Loaded Vegetarian Chilli Wedges

Kath's Kitchen

This month has seen me limiting my meat consumption after realising just how much I relied on it. I have enjoyed it so much and it has seemed to already become a welcomed habit. Today I wanted a filling and fulfilling lunch and decided I’d try to create a recipe for some loaded veggie wedges. […]

May 14, 2017

Vegetarian Sausage and Mash

Kath's Kitchen

Today marks a week of a month’s challenge (that will hopefully become a lifetime habit) of restricting my meat consumption. After realising my dependency upon meat spanned for at least 2 meals a day I thought I should probably do something about it. In the last week I’ve loved changing up my meals and the […]

May 7, 2017

How to Plan a City Break


In just over a month I’ll be hopping on a plane with my brother and heading over to somewhere I have ALWAYS wanted to explore: Rome. I’ve been lucky enough to go on two city breaks in the last year- Dublin and Paris. From planning and then going on these trips I’ve learnt a lot […]

May 3, 2017

The Science Behind Making Me a Cuppa

Kath's Kitchen

Since May marks one of the most important months of my life, I thought I’d make it ten times more thrilling by blogging every single day this month. Will she, won’t she get a degree? Will she, won’t she actually manage this challenge?┬áIt was this month last year I started blogging and using revision breaks […]

May 1, 2017