Ellie Redpath discusses why we should stop talking about Adele’s weight and instead focus on her musical success.
One of those pieces of decent advice is encapsulated first in the title of book. “Make your bed” sounds like something a parent might say when you’re in primary school.
Virtual dates may not have the same level of intimacy as physical ones, but they are still a unique and effective way of connecting, experiencing the world, and even feeling romantic together – be that via multi- or single-player games, or on streaming services.
Self-harm is not a problem in a vacuum; it’s a distressing symptom of mental health issues that are being ignored. We cannot address it without dealing with the underlying cause.
Outspoken, opinionated, and affectionately nicknamed “Rita Skeeter” by our team, the sensational Camilla Long is Zooming in with The Blue for an hour on Wednesday of 3rd week.
What’s so detrimental about being in lockdown with the love of your life, I hear you ask?
Sarah Lewis casts a critical eye over ‘P.S I Still Love You’, the much-anticipated sequel of ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’.
Emily Reed explores the popularity of podcasts and shares some of her own recommendations.
Jack Fairweather has won the Costa Book of the Year Award with his biography ‘The Volunteer’.
This is a change to a specific method of eating, such as eating Indian food with your hands or ramen with a special utensil, but not in the style of dining communally itself, which holds an essential place in cultural life.