Sorry for the slight AWOL recently - i've been very busy moving out of university and freelancing, my blog has suffered at the hands of this and i'm all too aware. I'll be putting extra effort in to getting posts out for you guys soon, both lifestyle and PR. But for now, I have another… Continue reading It’s Time to Call the Shots on Gun Law
As Gillheany rightly says, "reputations are hard to win and easily lost" and it would unfortunately seen that Oxfam has learned this lesson the hard way. In a week of scandals and controversy, Oxfam have fell further and further down the hole of little redemption and, to be frank, are struggling to pull themselves back… Continue reading Is There any Hope Left for Oxfam?
My newest article for Global Seven News is live - you can read it here. I wrote about this on the back of reading about the education, or lack of should I say, some third world children have and it pushed me to write about what i'd found. Please do have a read and if you… Continue reading The Global Crisis of Education Disparity
In a world of mess-ups, the advertising sector is certainly no stranger to the odd controversial mistake. We recently saw global giant Unilever pull one of Dove’s short advertisements which saw a black woman remove her dark coloured shirt to reveal a white woman with a, you guessed it, lighter coloured shirt. Accompanied with the… Continue reading Dove Raises the Question: Is all Publicity Good Publicity?
After becoming a freelance contributor to the online news platform Global Seven News, my first published article is now live, you can find it here. Following its success I have decided to write another article regarding the recent goings on in America and its Ludacris gun laws, which you can read below... In light of… Continue reading Is it Time to Repeal the Second Amendment?