After four years of studying a politics degree, assignments were dry and often very theoretical based. Studying for a masters in Sport Marketing is somewhat different. Gone are the days of 3000 words essays on political theory, foreign policy, and the Westminster model in UK politics. So as the assignments aren’t so dry, I’ve decided … Continue reading A Look at Goal Line Technology
We are in lockdown, and if you aren’t running a 5K, posting your route on your Instagram Story, and boosting that you ran you 5K in sub 20 minutes, are you really doing lockdown correctly? In all seriousness, the country has gone mad for running, but I kinda get it, especially when we are only … Continue reading Running … My Love Hate Relationship With Running.
Two months ago being ‘furloughed’ wasn’t even a thing. A word that no one knew the meaning of, or cared to know the meaning of. Of course Coronavirus was very evident in many parts of the world two months ago, but in the UK we were still living our daily lives, socialising with friends and … Continue reading Being Furloughed – From a Company Owned by a Billionaire
You know when you go into a bakery or a coffee shop, and you think ‘I’m going to buy something sweet to go with my coffee/tea/hot chocolate’, well I always go for a good old cookie or a brownie (occasionally an almond croissant from Pret). Cookies really are pretty grand, whether you like the thin … Continue reading The Best Gooey Chocolate Chunk Cookies (to make this Easter)
Back in January when Covid-19 was far away from Europe in China, and social distancing and furlough were not words that were not mentioned every five seconds, Sport (more importantly football) was still being played and stadium tours were still occurring everyday. Oh football, and oh the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Situated in Tottenham, North London, … Continue reading Photographs from The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium