How to Shake Feeling Down

We all have those days where we just feel BLEUGH. Any motivation is lost and nothing can seem to entertain you for long enough. But here is a list to go through whenever you’re feeling down.   1. Keep Hydrated! Yes this one should be common sense but we can easily forget to keep drinking
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X-Men: Apocalypse Review

With the rebirth of the first ever Mutant, Apocalypse (Oscar Issac), the X-Men must reunite to prevent his plan of mass extinction. Set 10years after the events that revealed mutants to the world, X-Men: Apocalypse is the perfect nod to the original X-Men films, re-introducing the character’s story that Days Of Future Past had effectively removed.   We
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Zootropolis Review

Zootropolis (Zootopia) is Disney’s latest animation featuring a world where both predators and prey live in harmony with each other, until their natural animal instincts kick in and peace is slowly lost.   Featuring a lovable bunny, Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) on her journey to fulfil her dream of becoming the first rabbit police officer,
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10 Things I Learnt When I Turned 20

Remember when you were a child and you looked at adults in their 20s like they had the best and most organised lives? And now you are that age or coming up to it and some days you can’t even find a matching pair of socks? Yeah. I think we’ve all been there (if you
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The Jungle Book (2016) Review

We all know and love the story that is The Jungle Book. A Walt Disney animation (1967) based on Rudyard Kipling’s book about the young man-cub, Mowgli, whose peaceful upbringing with wolves is threatened by the return of the vengeful tiger, Shere-Khan. However now, in 2016, we return to this classic tale in the live-action
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Why Body Shaming Needs To Stop.

“Body shaming is the practice of making critical, potentially humiliating comments about a person’s body size or weight.” – a definition from yourdictionary.com   We all judge each other. Even though we don’t always consciously think it, we are always judging people compared to ourselves. It’s how we choose our friends and partners – we judge them based
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