Being a teenager isn't the best job in the world. Constant mood swings and changes, growing up, becoming responsible for yourself, getting a job (urgh) and one of the worst parts, your skin. Your skin is the most temperamental thing during teenage years, one minute you think you have it all together and your only getting the odd spot, the next minute, you have about a million and your panicking because you have one of many parties to go to the next day (because we're all so popular). Now, I'm no expert, but being a teenager myself, I've gone through A LOT of spot stages, tried every product under the sun and got nowhere. For me anyway, I feel that there is not one specific product on the market that caters towards every teenager and helps with spot prone and oily skin. There are some products that do this, but nothing specifically aimed towards teenagers and our skin struggles. Like I said, I've tried every product under the sun, from charcoal, spot fighting fac...
New year, new me, new show.  Everyone knows that January is quite a boring month. Christmas is over, the fridge is bare and we're all broke. So what better to do in the spare time that you have after working all that overtime to win back all the dollar you blew over the festive period, than to binge on a new box set. We all love to immerse ourselves into the fantasy world of a thriller or belly laugh our way through a sitcom, it lifts our mood, or if it's a emosh one, then potentially drops our mood.  So I've gathered together my top 10 best binge-worthy TV shows to get you through this bleak period. (Pre-warning, this is going to be one hell of a mixture) 10.  Safe (Netflix) I'm going to start with, in my opinion, a quite underrated mystery/drama that debuted on Netflix back in May 2018. It's based on a widowed father to 2 daughters, and when his 16 year old daughter doesn't return home from a party, he searches the streets of Manchester and uncov...
Its come to that time of year again where we all get into that frame of mind that we have to set ourselves a set of resolutions that we’re either going to give up after a week or completely forget that we’d even started. For some people, they can make them and stick to them every day of the year (about 2% of the population) and for the rest of us, well, we give ‘em a good go, then decide that they’re no use to us. If I had a pound for every time I’ve heard someone say ‘new year, new me’, I’d be very, very rich. It’s a phrase that we throw around like it doesn’t mean anything, when frankly, to some people, it does mean something. The ever so famous phrase “I’ll start tomorrow” also rings a bell, the sort of sentence that you’ll say if someone invites you for a McDonalds, or your too hungover from the New Years celebrations the night before, that you can’t even lift yourself from your sofa to make it to the gym. I think a lot of people can relate to that one. It’s very easy to wak...