Last month was finally time for me to bid farewell to kangaroo land, and I have only just accepted that it’s (sadly) time to get back to reality. After the spontaneous, drunken decision, two weeks before I packed my life into a suitcase, to move to the other side of the world; I have come back with a massive smile on my face that’s proving difficult to wipe off. Note taken: that extra G&T was definitely worth it. It’s been a whirlwind five months, an extraordinary experience so to speak. No, I wasn’t your typical exchanger. Due to my last minute … Continue reading The exchange kid
No, the hoe doesn’t mean what you think it means Originally published on Cosmopolitan. By Beth Stander and Dusty Baxter-Wright. 1. Growing up by the sea was a big part of our childhood. This laid back lifestyle tends to make us a lot … Continue reading 18 things you should know before dating a girl from Plymouth
Ah, a girls school. Scented with Impulse, where make-up is overrated; periods are freely spoken about; shaving your legs isn’t a necessity, and tights can be pulled up in public. Looking back now, it was an easy life, where social hierarchy was … Continue reading Lessons of a Grammar School Girl
It’s 2017, and although I’m devastated that Planet Earth is no longer on our screens, I can’t complain, as the year has started out to be a good one. Whilst watching David Attenborough show us the planet and its most enchanting creatures as we … Continue reading It’s a Jungle Out There.
It’s mid October, I’m back at Uni sat here contemplating how I’m going to get my shit together for this new academic year. Yes Beth, you’re not a silly fresher anymore. Bridget Jones was always crap at resolutions. But this month, … Continue reading Oh Yes, She’s Back
It’s a peculiar oxymoron, uni. Everyone’s experience is different yet weirdly the same. We come home for summer, telling everyone about who we’ve met, and no matter how different these people may be, they seem to all fall into the … Continue reading The Dysfunctional Uni Family.
When it comes to relationships, the term ‘fizzle’ may shortly become recognisable. As a person who has been ‘fizzled’ and has delivered her very own ‘fizzle’, it is not always noticeable to the do-er, however we all seem to do it, aware … Continue reading The Cyber ‘Fizzle’