Tiny Writer


Surviving Social Media

My generation is a weird one.

Most of us have lived a life before and after the invention of the internet as we know it. There was a time (although I admit, it hardly seems possible now), where smart phones, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat were inexplicable.

Hashtag? That was the useless button on your old Nokia 3310.

Filters? No idea, but the sepia and black & white mode on your digital camera did the job just fine, ta very much.

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14 Little Ways You Can Help Save the Environment

You know what they say, ‘knowledge is power’. You don’t have to preach or push your opinions on people. Making those around you feel guilty for how they live their lives is not going to do anything (except maybe earn you a ‘mute’ on social media).
But it’s okay to start conversations, ask questions and recommend things that might inspire your friends and family to make little changes. Sharing is caring, after all.

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Titanic: How The Unsinkable Sank

One of my favourite pieces of writing from my university days was a dossier entitled ‘An Exploration of the Misjudgements, Human Errors and Misfortunes That Contributed to the Sinking of the RMS Titanic.’ Quite a mouthful, huh? I've been wanting to rewrite it into a more blog friendly piece for a while now, because history is one of those things that I'm genuinely interested in, but never get a chance to write about – and right now, I'm all about writing what I want.

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