Category: Lifestyle & Health

A match to save a life

After losing one cousin and dealing with another being diagnosed with cancer, Derry Keary, a 20-year-old student from Northamptonshire has felt loss and the fear of losing someone in just two years. But recently there’s been hope, hope that he...

/ 16th December 2018

Christmas Pumpkin Treats Recipe

Maybe you like baking or maybe you are looking for a challenge, either way, I have the perfect recipe for you to bake this Christmas. This October, my housemates and I had a pumpkin carving session, creating one of the...

/ 22nd November 2018

“Women have never had it so good?”

Watching This Morning a few weeks back, Anne Widdecombe suggested: “women have never had it so good”. Her various arguments included that the achievements of women are being trivialised by a continuous “whining” and that we should instead bask in...

/ 23rd October 2018

A Windowsill Garden.

I was raised in a small town which was mostly surrounded by farmland. My childhood home had a garden and my mum had one giant flower pot filled with strawberry plants. I didn’t much like caring for them, but I...

/ 14th October 2018

Tasting the Boneyard, A review of the new menu

by Elle Knaggs Boneyard relaunched a brand-new menu and me and my Demon FM presenter Gage Holland went to check it out. We stepped through a small doorway lit by neon signs into a buzzing atmosphere. A darkened environment lit...

/ 18th May 2018

Where to Shop Online to Pull Off Pop Culture Fashion

One of the best things about fashion is the concept of dressing how best expresses yourself, and the person that you are. Many of us are into pop culture – whether that be movies, TV shows or even music! However,...

/ 15th March 2018

Valentine’s Day: love it or loathe it?

Whether you love it or loathe it, Valentine’s day is approaching! It’s the ‘one day of the year’ where you can show your loved one just how much they mean to you, some may argue. Here are some of the...

/ 7th February 2018

Breastfeeding in public: a taboo turned into a right

Breastfeeding in public has been a taboo subject which is slowly being broken by the growth of feminism and women empowerment campaigns. In most countries, it is legal and uncontroversial to do so. In the UK, breastfeeding in public is a right covered by The Equality Act 2010 and the Sex...

/ 16th January 2018