Why I think that Joey Essex has everything to do with the election
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Why I think that Joey Essex has everything to do with the election

This week we have the most important election in a generation. With the rise of fringe parties like the SNP, Green’s and UKIP, we could permanently throw out our traditional two party system and we could see real change in the way we do politics in this country. Tonight Joey Essex’s political documentary will air … Continue reading

Creative Job Opportunities: An Uneven Playing Field
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Creative Job Opportunities: An Uneven Playing Field

Last week Julie Burchill wrote an article for The Spectator highlighting the problem of nepotism in the creative industries. Working in the media this is something I’m very familiar with. For those on screen, nepotism is blindingly obvious from Rafferty Law and Romeo Beckham to Lottie Moss, our catwalks are littered with famous offspring. But I think the problem is deeper, I … Continue reading

The Quarter-life crisis epidemic, should we be worried?
New Posts / Twenty Something Project

The Quarter-life crisis epidemic, should we be worried?

  The latest craze of social speculation and influx of statistics falls upon the heads of young adults, the twenty something’s. The rumour is that we’re all miserable and disappointing our potential; financially, romantically and in our careers.  The idea that we now enter a second childhood in our twenties leaves me feeling both offended and … Continue reading