Review: Protein Bars

Upping your protein intake can be quite a challenge. There are only so many eggs you can eat before you find your fat intake rapidly increasing and although tuna is both tasty and versatile, relying on it as your sole protein source would inevitably lead to getting sick of it. Neither food is ideal for… Continue reading Review: Protein Bars

Review: Fitbit Alta versus Jawbone UP2

I was a huge fan of my Jawbone UP2 activity tracker (as demonstrated by my review of the product earlier this year). I loved the way it looked and I was more than happy with all of its features – until the network started to waver. From there, the food tracking feature failed to pull… Continue reading Review: Fitbit Alta versus Jawbone UP2

Review: UP2 by Jawbone

Back in September, I bought the iPhone 6S (my first ever iPhone!) and I’ve since lusted after an Apple smart watch to sync with it. With the cheapest model I liked being priced at over £300, it seemed fairly overpriced and as much as I wanted one I was struggling to justify it. Nevertheless, I… Continue reading Review: UP2 by Jawbone

Film Review: Spectre (2015)

The twenty-fourth James Bond film ‘Spectre’ is the second in the series to be directed by Sam Mendes and boasts the fourth instalment of Daniel Craig’s mesmerising performance as 007. Following on directly from ‘Skyfall’, the film presents a few significant changes – namely the absence of Dame Judi Dench as M - but its… Continue reading Film Review: Spectre (2015)

Film Review: Best of 3D (The Ultimate 3D Collection)

I’ve become a big fan of 3D films since buying a 3D TV and so just had to try the ‘Best of 3D’ Blu Ray from the Ultimate 3D Collection when I saw it on Amazon for only £10. I knew it was a collaboration of award-winning short films and clips with a total running… Continue reading Film Review: Best of 3D (The Ultimate 3D Collection)

Film Review: Blue is The Warmest Colour (2013)

Directed by Abdellatif Kechiche, ‘Blue is the Warmest Colour’ is a coming of age French drama film that explores the romantic relationship between a young college student named Adele (played by Adele Exarchopoulos) and an openly gay university student by the name of Emma (played by Lea Seydoux). The film, which is partially adapted from… Continue reading Film Review: Blue is The Warmest Colour (2013)

My Love For ‘The 1975’

I watched The 1975 perform at Manchester Academy on Wednesday 8th January 2014 and I can't stop thinking about how amazing they were! Afore the glow of their signature logo of a vertical white rectangle, the band coolly strolled on stage dressed in their trademark dark clothes and armed with bottles of wine. The band… Continue reading My Love For ‘The 1975’