Hi everyone so the Hungarian Grand Prix and guess who won? The driver I dislike the most, (due to his rivalry with Hamilton) Sebastian Vettel. Yep, Vettel won. He won despite problems with his Ferrari and a valiant attack by title rival Lewis Hamilton. This is without a doubt disappointing for Hamilton fans because Vettel … Continue reading Formula 1 Pirelli Magyar Nadgydij Grand Prix 2017 in Budapest, Hungary
The Silverstone Grand Prix in Britain was first used in 1950 and it consists of 52 lengthy laps. This probably has been my favourite race this season so far. Why, I hear you ask? Two words. Lewis Hamilton. Yup, you heard it. Lewis Hamilton took a dominant victory at Silverstone to tie the all-time record … Continue reading Hamilton breaks records at Silverstone
Hi everyone! It's been a while since I last posted, about a month I think, due to my busy schedule so I haven't been able to talk about the recent 3 grand prix races in Austria, Great Britain and Hungary therefore I'll do them all today but I'll most likely do them in three separate … Continue reading Formula 1 Grosser Preis Von Österreich 2017 Grand Prix – Austria
Hi everyone, I hope you're all well. Today, I decided to move on to more skincare tips/advice/rants after my post about Simple yesterday and my current skincare regime. For me, face masks aren't really a MAJOR thing in the sense that I think moisturisers, exfoliators and cleansers should be prioritised more however I do understand … Continue reading Favourite facial masks (my top 3!)
Hi everyone! Just wanted to say that today I'm blogging from my phone rather than my laptop so I'm not really sure how my final post will look and how long it will be, so if it's super short, I'm sorry and if it's super long, I'm sorry again but I decided to give the … Continue reading Why I’ve been using Simple Skincare for 6 years and haven’t looked back since
Hi everyone! I hope you're all doing well and having a fabulous day. I'm currently sitting on my bedroom floor, surrounded by HEAPS of books and notes and all sorts of things I have to do by this weekend. However, I'm also aware that I haven't blogged in what feels like forever and most importantly to … Continue reading What went down at Azerbaijan?
Hi everyone! Lately, I've been researching into cases of malpractice between doctors and patients, medical legislation, and the role of the NHS- all part of my EPQ research. There was one piece of information that I found particularly interesting and want to share it with you all today. This post is all about Henry Cotton and … Continue reading How Henry Cotton removed body parts, convinced it would improve mental health
This weekend, the adventure of Formula One has reached Canada for the Grand Prix in Montreal. The race consists of 70 laps, with a circuit distance of 305.27 kilometres. After qualifying pole in Montreal, Hamilton achieved his 65th pole making him level with Ayrton Senna. Hamilton was presented with an Ayrton Senna helmet from the … Continue reading Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve: Grand Prix Du Canada in Montreal
Depression is a type of mental illness that creates feelings of sadness, misery, desolation and a constant cycle of low spirits. The persistent feeling of sadness and hopelessness can also form a loss of interest in certain activities and social interactions. Also known as 'major depressive disorder' or 'clinical depression', depression can affect how you … Continue reading Should euthanasia be allowed for those suffering from depression?
My favourite race of the season took place this weekend: the Monaco Grand Prix- one of the wealthiest race tracks of the season. Not to mention the home of Lewis Hamilton, whom didn't have such a great race. After being knocked out of Q2 in qualifying on Saturday, Lewis started 14th in the race. This … Continue reading Vettel vs Raikkonen at Monaco GP