To The Boy Who Dreams of Me

Hi there, I’m Faith, and for some reason, life chose us to come together so you’re stuck with me. We don’t know it yet but deep down I’d like to believe and I truly do believe that we were made to love each other and that the day I get to finally meet you willContinue reading “To The Boy Who Dreams of Me”

Omicron – Another One To Dominate All The Variants

On the 8th of November, 2021, the first sample of what would be eventually called the Omicron COVID variant was collected in South Africa. The variation was first brought to the public attention at a virtual press conference by the Health Department of South Africa on the 25th of November. On the 29th of November,Continue reading “Omicron – Another One To Dominate All The Variants”

Princess Mako

Since the dawn of time, there has always been a tale of a prince falling in love with a princess and spending a life happily ever after. The stories have since then branched out to forbidden tales of tragic romance and action, like Romeo Juliet and the Titanic (which in hindsight would not have beenContinue reading “Princess Mako”

The Rabbit Hole of Taylor Swift Theories and Easter Eggs

Did y’all here know that Hideo Kojima recently tweeted about Red (Taylor’s Version) and how he loves it and is listening to it on his Walkman? Welp, Taylor Swift confirmed in Death Stranding 2 guys! Pack it up! We’re done here.  I’m just kidding. Partially. Kojima, please. Man loves to tweet about people he later invites for aContinue reading “The Rabbit Hole of Taylor Swift Theories and Easter Eggs”

I Remember It All Too Well… 

Taylor Swift has been painting beautiful scenes in our imaginations through her lyrics for years now but recently, on the 12th of November, she finally showed us what she wants us to see for one of her biggest songs, All too Well. The short film was entitled after the song, All Too Well, starred Dylan O’Brien andContinue reading “I Remember It All Too Well… “

Taylor Swift vs Scooter Braun: Why Her Re-releases are more than just a Musical Masterpiece 

As children, we were always taught to share our toys, but wouldn’t you get mad if the person you shared your toys with gave it to someone you didn’t want to play with then that person continues to pass it on to another kid who you don’t even know? This basically sums up what happened betweenContinue reading “Taylor Swift vs Scooter Braun: Why Her Re-releases are more than just a Musical Masterpiece “

The Deadly Music at Astroworld

Content Warning: Mentions of violence, deaths, and other sensitives present in the article. Reader discretion is advised. A music festival is meant to be a place where fans from different places come together to enjoy the music. What started as a standard music festival turned into something that no one anticipated. On the 05th ofContinue reading “The Deadly Music at Astroworld”

The Power of Music

Everyone has, at least once in their life, had an earworm. No, I do not mean a parasitic invertebrate, making a humble abode in the crevices of your ear, I mean the incessant repetition of a catchy tune, a melody that lives rent-free in your head until another one takes its place. Most have experiencedContinue reading “The Power of Music”

GirlUp Sydney’s Recommendations For Women-Driven Songs

Songs just have a unique way of resonating with us by evoking our innermost emotions. As women, some emotions we face include demotivation, or annoyance at society, or just the need for that extra dose of hype in life. Whatever be your mood, the below much-loved songs got your back! Girl on Fire by AliciaContinue reading “GirlUp Sydney’s Recommendations For Women-Driven Songs”

GirlUp Sydney’s Recommendations for Women-Driven Shows

“Umm, what new series do I watch?” is a question we often ask ourselves. Here are some recommendations, about some female-driven shows that are entertaining, gripping, and above all, a celebration of how women make their lives better for themselves.  The Bold Type This show is about 3 women who work for a company thatContinue reading “GirlUp Sydney’s Recommendations for Women-Driven Shows”