Do shaved legs make you a better cyclist?

Being a pro-cyclist and getting to the top of your game means intense workout sessions and countless hours of practice.

The Problem With Titles

Titles are always catchy, and seemingly informative. We have all previously been guilty of reading the title of an article and at least believing it, if not sharing it.

How to Prepare for a Pupper

So you’ve made the wondrous decision of bringing home a puppy. Be prepared as a bundle of joy comes into your life and brightens it up. Although this is possibly the best thing that could ever happen to you, this little drop of heaven needs to be raised in the proper way so you can keep them safe and happy.

Being ridiculously forgetful

While some of us are born with the ability to remember a face upon one meeting and the ability to memorise pages worth of information upon a glance, some of us were born with the memory of a goldfish.

The real 21st century existential crisis

It took me some time to wrap my head around what was happening. That night, I was casually scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed when suddenly,

A foodie’s journey

There’s an influx of food bloggers entering the market now in Bangladesh. The initial cost of entry is almost non-existent since everyone has a smartphone at this point, so more and more people try their hand at this particular career/hobby.

Debunking myths about women on their periods

The only reason such myths exist is because people aren't given this knowledge.

A day in the life of a K-pop fangirl

I’ve been unceremoniously awoken on a Friday morning by a nightmare. My bias (favourite member of a group) has been rushed to the hospital after an ankle injury.

Results day shenanigans

If you’ve ever taken part in extreme sports, or any other nerve-wracking activities, you’ll know that there is absolutely nothing that makes your heart beat faster than the day your O/A Level results are released.

How to function as an emotionally detached person

Emotionally distant people are generally thought of as ‘heartless’ and ‘mean’, but more often than not they’re trying to navigate their ways around a society that fails to understand them.


My mornings begin with eggs, coffee and a feeling of shame creeping in when I think about how at the age of 21, I am only in my second year of university.

How to deal with guilt

‘To err is Humane; to Forgive, Divine.’ Alexander Pope delivered a message that has withstood the test of time. Whilst we have shown

Filmmaking for the Clueless

One day, in my adolescent confusion, I had fearfully acknowledged my interest in filmmaking. It came out of watching cinematic

Sticking to FPL

Handy ideas to ensure you keep to FPL all the way through till the end.

Taking Care of Yourself When Living Alone

Living alone – we’ve all dreamt of it at one point or the other. It certainly does come with its perks: getting to live by your own rules

Snail mail My (mostly) failed experiment

My knowledge about sending mail is limited strictly to how it’s portrayed in the wizarding world. If I am writing a letter I assume there

Maintaining long distance friendships

Absence makes the heart grow fonder, and that is truest in the context of friendships. If any of your friends have moved far enough