From Parenting to Sharenting
In a recent poll, 42% of parents said they happily engage in the practice of ‘sharenting’ – or posting pictures and images of their adorable children online. No doubt this brings joy to parents and relatives alike, but this practice can become obsessive… A 2010 survey showed found that 92% of children in America had…
Alternative lifestyles – or how to avoid working for a living
So you’ve just finished your A levels and you don’t fancy doing or a degree or getting a job, what other options are there? As tutors we generally package post-18 options into two camps: degree versus apprenticeships/ training towards a particular career, with the possible ‘adventurous’ option of a gap year. But what if, like…
Vanilla Vloggers – Insubstantial Selves?
Lifestyle vlogging seems like a very nice way to avoid earning a living – and a handful of popular vanilla vloggers (such as Zoella) are managing just that – simply by uploading videos of themselves consuming various items and having fun with their friends and pets. Obviously I’d like to avoid earning a living too,…