THE SUNDAY PAPERS

I think it’s safe to say that the last seven days have been some of the busiest in the history of my life. I produced two major pieces of work; I said goodbye to my best friend who is moving to Rio; I celebrated the end of term with old work colleagues and visited the school I used to work at to watch their end of year production before heading off to secondary school. Add to that a new PM, yet another terrorist attack in France and complete chaos in Turkey.

I am exhausted.

If you have had a week like mine, grab an iced coffee, sit in the sunshine and catch up on the last week with a few of my Sunday papers.

Hair Braiding

Health is Wealth

A Broken Party

To My Sixteen Year Old Self

ADDICTED

Baby Boom!

Stress

Stalker

Food Fad

Dystopia

Self-Employed?

Party

Break the Mould

Smile, Love!

Age V Body Image

Our Female PM

Black Lives Matter

Have a good one!

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THE SUNDAY PAPERS

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Although I have been enjoying the sporadic sunshine that June has had to offer so far, I have also very much enjoyed this weekend’s warm, wet and cosy weather. Here are some interesting/infuriating and downright necessary reads to get you through this summer’s evening.

Blood

Unflattering

Vote

Listen

Telegone

Book Worm

Stop the Crazy

Speak Up Labour

Baby Talk

Self Love

Penis Chat

Sex Survey

Why?

Fashion

Self Harm

Happy Ending

Which Race Are You In?

Save Our Planet

SHE IS SOMEONE

Have a wonderful week, everyone.

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I know that this week’s run down is a little later than usual, but I was thinking that maybe it’s not such a bad thing? I don’t know about you, but I can rarely sleep until the early hours on a Sunday night, so if you’re like me and are looking for something to occupy your eyeballs until you fall asleep, here are my top picks to ease you into dreamland…

Privilege

Da Moon

Drug Hell

Being Depressed Online

Get Wind Of It

Positive Anxiety

Pro Choice

Live Like a Dane

Anorexia

I Dunno

Revenge Line

Being Tall

Have a great week.