What women learn about dating from Sex and the City

We can learn a lot from the great TV shows like Sex and the City, particularly us girls. Whether we are single or not, there is plenty of relationship advice to go around for all of us. Here are some important things to remember when it comes to dating, according to our fabulous New Yorkers:… Continue reading What women learn about dating from Sex and the City

Celebrities: The Marmite Theory

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Not to mention watch it, hear it, and everything else you can possibly think of. The world of celebrity is everywhere, which is why it is called a world obviously, and is rapidly growing with the number of reality shows out there. Although not everyone is a fan of… Continue reading Celebrities: The Marmite Theory

Five reasons why we shouldn’t let our parents use Facebook

When your parents asked you to help them make a Facebook account, you should have thought: Stalking isn’t the only problem that comes from having your parents on Facebook. In fact, it’s just the beginning. Let’s take a look at why it’s not necessarily a good idea for your parents to use Facebook. Parents on… Continue reading Five reasons why we shouldn’t let our parents use Facebook

Friends characters we date in our twenties

Dating can be rough, there’s nothing new there, but dating while in our twenties can be crazy! Sometimes we don’t even realise who our dates remind us of. With this, I’m talking about recognising fictional characters from our favourite TV show. Today’s examples are from the iconic comedy show Friends. For those who have lived… Continue reading Friends characters we date in our twenties

Films That Defined ‘90s Childhood

Did you have a favourite film when you were younger? Or a selection of films that you watched again and again throughout your entire childhood? If the answer is yes, phew! It wasn’t just me then! Those like me who were lucky enough to grow up in the 1990s had a wonderful generation of films… Continue reading Films That Defined ‘90s Childhood

Love Joss Whedon

I am no stranger to Joss Whedon’s work. As a teen, I continually watched Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and even Dollhouse. But now in my twenties, I still can’t get enough of Joss Whedon-esque creations with the likes of Cabin In The Woods, his adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing and Avengers Assemble. As… Continue reading Love Joss Whedon