Are you surprised to find out that two fifths of millennials will choose their holiday destination according to how ‘Instagrammable’ the pictures will be?
Brooklyn Bridge photographed by Wes Hicks
As a travel blogger, who sees the tangible impact of Instagram every day, I wasn’t the least bit surprised.
This week I gave notice at my flat and at the end of the month I will be moving home, back in with my parents.
Brooklyn, New York – Photo by Chris Barbalis
Considering I am closer to 30 than 25, and currently living with my boyfriend (P), this was not an easy decision to make. Even as I sent the email P asked me: “Are we crazy?”
Whenever people judge me for watching Love Island, which most do very openly, I tell them that they are missing out on a fascinating microcosm of modern day society and dating.
I honestly think what we see on Love Island – how men and women interact with each other as well as one another – represents how people interact in real life.
Artists from all around the world could have the opportunity to create an installation in a brand new hotel set to open in Crete, Greece.
Three artists will be given £5,000 to cover productions costs and another £5,000 to keep. The seven day installation process will also be documented across social media and marketing channels, giving way to high levels of professional exposure.
Last week I got the last piece of furniture for my not-so-new flat: a coffee table. However as I looked around my flat I was still struggling for wall art ideas.
It takes a long time to put a place together from scratch when you buy or rent somewhere unfurnished and now, almost eight months after moving in, the walls in every single room remain bare.