It’s May. And it’s crunch time. For various reasons. As I have written about before, I haven’t got long left on my Journalism course; after that, it’s out into the big wide world. (Scary thought,… View Post

If you’re in journalism, you’ve probably picked up a lot of advice by now. (I’ll never forget when on work experience at a National, and the Editor called me into his office. He told me… View Post

We need to talk about stereotypes. Like, now. I ‘ve noticed a lot of stereotypes online amongst the Autistic community-mainly unhelpful comments from people who don’t necessarily have understanding of the condition. These are nine stereotypes… View Post

For a little while now, there’s been an issue that I’ve been mulling over; beauty products when you’re on spectrum. My approach to this is shaped by my sensory issues. I’m not one for a lot… View Post

The Thalidomide Catastrophe is a book written by Martin Johnson, Raymond G. Stokes, and Tobias Arndt. Released today, I was lucky enough to be able to review an advanced reader copy. As a journalist, I… View Post