Written by Emma Conally-Barklem Bereavement is a messy business. It chews us up, hollows us out and folds us in two. For me, the death of my mum and best friend continues to be the most painful experience of my life. Without the anchor of my Yoga practice, I’m not sure where I would be.… Read More Grief through the Matrix of Yoga
Written by Jasmine Waters You guessed it – another year has passed with the UK performing badly at the Eurovision Song Contest. Except, to add insult to injury, the 2021 Grand Final gifted us no points at all. Something that should be almost impossible under the 2016 changes to the voting system. This may seem… Read More “Another Day on Nil Points Island”: How Hated Are We at Eurovision?
Written by Amy Britton The UK is in the middle of a foreign language crisis. It is widely known that the UK is one of the most backwards countries in terms of language-learning and is severely lacking when it comes to linguistic skills. Being from a language specialist school, I have been enlightened with the… Read More The UK’s Foreign Language Crisis
Written by Holly Berry A God-sent gift for those of us with short attention spans, and a curse for those that love the details – who will win the war on Instagram infographics? Infographics are visual representations of key information, usually brightly coloured graphs or colour-coordinated bullet points, that have been rapidly gaining popularity on… Read More The War on Instagram Infographics