There are times for everyone – or at least for a lot of us – of silent reflections, deep sighs and raw sum ups. Your life becomes this weird movie, and even though the protagonist is none other but yourself, it seems hard to recognize that person now.
There are many labels pinned on Diana: one of the most iconic figures of the 20th century, the most photographed person of her time, a great humanitarian, the People’s Princess. She was born on 1 July in 1961. She would be 60 years old today.
Cheating, they say, can just as well be a reaction to an already existing crisis, an outlet for the feelings and thoughts that are so deeply buried underneath the everyday rhythm of the couple’s life that it takes a bombshell to finally throw light on them.
I guess I did learn a few things: here are 30 lessons life has taught me by the time I turned 30.
I like reading poems. That is why, besides Tate Modern’s, one of the very few newsletters I’d signed up to was Poetry Foundation’s Poem of the Day series. Of course, since I’m horrible at following up on practically anything on a daily basis, I usually dedicate an hour or so every (other) week to catchContinue reading “Anne Bonny, the Female Pirate You Probably Never Heard Of”
Zanele Muholi’s work work draws the eye to South Africa’s black lesbian, gay, trans, queer and intersex communities that are, to this day, experience immense social prejudice along with violent forms of discrimination.
It’s a tempting idea that an eco-friendly lifestyle starts and ends with watching enough episodes of the new David Attenborough series on Netflix. Even though it is beneficial to watch documentaries about the planet and all its treasures we tend to take for granted, harm or flat out destroy without care, that is not yetContinue reading “4 Easy Ways to Be Kinder to Our Planet”