Amity Fest Liverpool

Hello everyone!

I'm gonna get back on point with my blogging game. I've had a bit of a lull but that's over and now it's gonna be great again.


So yesterday was Amity Fest in Liverpool, if you don't know what that is, it's a show put on at 3 venues across the UK (the other's being Birmingham and Brighton) by 9 of the biggest British YouTubers, Zoella, Tanya Burr, Jim Chapman, Sprinkle of Glitter, PointlessBlog, Marcus Butler, Niomi Smart, Caspar Lee and ThatcherJoe, who sadly couldn't make it due to be ill.


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Zoella


I was originally going to name this 'In defence of Zoella' before I realised, Zoella does not need my defence, she has the world supporting her, despite a certain article, which this is being written in response to.


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Podcasts


I've REALLY dropped the metaphorical blogging ball and I am very sorry, things are a bit hectic and there's no sign of slowing down anytime soon, no matter how much I wish they would!

So, I'm sorry for this rushed, rather easy-to-do blogpost, which I am doing in between spoonfuls of Weetabix and adverts of The Walking Dead as part of my Monday night routine.


So these are the podcasts I have found myself coming back to, and I just love them. I love podcasts, I first got into them when walking and taking the train the university, it was such a great way to pass the time with something that I could actually think about, and actually really enjoyed listening to.

I powered through Ear Biscuits in that time, as well as a lot of History of Westeros, however I was already up to date with Shane Dawson's which I listened to as episodes came out, but I wasn't really into podcasts at that point.

The two at the top, Psycho Babble with Tyler Oakley, and Not Too Deep with Grace Helbig have only recently started, but as they are hosted by two of my favourite people on the internet, they have already earned their place in my heart. They're both hilarious series and I can't help but listen to each episodes as soon as I get the opportunity.

With the top 5/6 being hosted by YouTubers, and involving interviewing YouTubers, you may guess that I really like YouTube. I love YouTube and all of these people, and this is just an extension of that. It's just...without the visual medium.

I'm sorry for this boring, and rushed post, but I am so very tired and I have a very big day ahead of me tomorrow. I hope I can get back into the swing of things this week!

I hope to see you next time!

TBT #2: The Walking Dead.


Welcome to the 2nd TBT!

Today we're going to be looking at The Walking Dead, as in AMC's hit TV series based on Robert Kirkman's comic series. Which is also amazing, but I'm only around 60% of the way through those.

Isn't it great looking at season 1 promos and thinking about which characters have changed and which are even left?

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Currant Jams


God that pun is so great, I have been waiting to use it for a while. Ps I can spell current, if you're confused. It's all part of the scheme.

I've been thinking, there's a long of songs at the minute which I can't stop listening to, yet they're not songs that I am in LOVE with, and not songs that I would put on a list of my favourite songs, if you understand what I mean? These songs are my jams. My jams at the minute. My jams at this moment in time. They are currently my jams. They are my current jams. They are my currant jams.



Maroon 5- Maps

I am obsessed with this song! I'm not a huge fan of male vocalists but Adam Levine is 100% my favourite. This song is so great, and I sing around the house all the time, terribly because I have no vocal range and Adam Levine has them all. All the vocal ranges in the world. I've put the audio up instead of the actual video because hot damn those constant tire screeches are annoying.


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TBT #1- Haim.


Welcome to the first instalment in my Throwback Thursday series! Rather than a tradition TBT, involving a picture of friends and I in 2008, I'm going to dedicate a post a week to something that I really like, or liked,  before I put content out into the internet, and so I haven't had a chance to express my love for it!


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