Tag: life

“Beauty in a bloodshed burial site.” The Cambodian Killing Fields.

Exhaustion at its peak. 6.5 hours on a night bus departing Phnom Penh to Siem Reap. 2 lanes of bunker cabins, 2 to a bed and 1 incredibly tiny aisle. The evening was filled with free beer and the cutest of sleepover chats. Sleep was the bare minimum, only managing 2 hours last night. Ciara

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13 things you probably didn’t know about me

We all have our secrets and superstitions in life and I’ve decided to confess a few of mine. Our quirks are what make us unique, you can tell an awful lot about a person just by becoming aware of a few things they do each day. With my readership ever-expanding I figured I needed to

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How to make a Dream Board: The Power of Visualisation

Recently I made myself a Dream board and so far its working wonders. Some people may think I’m stupid creating a board but really the jokes on them. Dream boards do work and here’s why. When you’re able to create a sacred space for your thoughts to manifest it actually starts to happen. This shrine

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End of year one @ Trinity Laban

It’s finally time to say Adios to year one and hello to year 2. It has been one hell of a year – both good and bad. We started off as a bunch of strangers and now we’re a bunch of friends, family almost. We’ve been through it all and yet there is SO much

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Radiate.  (1 minute read)

Today is glowing. I am glowing. Everything about today is radiating warmth. The sun is shining and so is the inferno from within. My flames are dancing in the wind – they are joyous. I emulate everything that is great to be alive right now. I am happy. I am warm. I am me. Life

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5 ways to deal with stress… especially at Drama school.

Stress is inevitable. If we don’t recognise this and learn to deal with stress it can over run our own lives. It can stop our sense of productivity and serve as a constant distraction to both our minds and our lives. At drama school, stress levels are often heightened due to the pressures we go

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY NAN

Whilst I know I’m a bit late on the #InternationalWomensDay I would like to introduce you to one of the many women in my life that have influenced me massively. This in particular woman has to be up there at the top of my list. This my Nan. Today is her birthday (as you probably

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“Believe you can and you’re halfway there”

‘She took me by the hands and spiralled with me around the room telling me to close my eyes, it was just me and her; everyone else disappeared, all the while asking me to find my character through my breath – something that was relatively new to me in an acting sense. There was something so magical about this moment that I’m really grateful for. Whilst spiralling there were, for a brief moment, glimpses of me just letting go and being free almost. It felt like I was teleported to a room where everything was white and serene. It was like being in a meadow full of daisies and greenery being 5-years-old again playing without a care in the world.’

Orbs.. is this really happening??

‘You have more to be afraid of from the living than the dead.’