Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Story time | Weirdest thing

Every two weeks I go to a writers' group and this is one of the things I wrote. I've been wanting to share one of the things I have written, so I am pretty excited to show you guys this.  This piece of writing is a story lightly based on something weird that happened to my little brother years ago.
''We were on an EasyJet plane on our way to sunny Barcelona. The plane was full of noisy excited people. My younger brother Ben and I sat next to each other and in front of us were our parents and our older brother Jonty. Ben and I sat giggling about whatever we thought was funny.

Ben was in the aisle seat. Three rows in front on the other side of the aisle was a small boy who looked a couple of years younger than us. For no reason, he began to stare at my brother with a terrifying scowl. I saw him first and watched as he moved his head to keep my brother in his sights. I nudged Ben to alert him of this. I thought it was hilarious but Ben didn't think the same. He wanted to swap seats with me but I refused as I found it too funny.

The whole performance probably only lasted minutes, but it felt like hours to us. When the plane landed we all got off and the boy made himself scarce.

We enjoyed the rest of our holiday and thought no more about the weird kid with the strange demonic eyes that might have haunted us in the night.

But then there was the return flight. We took our seats and to our horror, the kid was back. This time Ben noticed it first and decided not to inform me of this due to my reaction last time. In time I became aware of him but it wasn't as funny. In fact, I was unnerved.

All this was 12 years ago, I have never been on a flight since without wondering about the scary eyed kid.''
That was my little story. Every since I've been going to the writers' group I have improved my writing skills and confidence. I hope you enjoyed seeing one of the things we write about.

See you next time for another.

Meg!

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Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Spider-Man Homecoming | Film Review

There have been quite a few Spider-Man films in the past and for me, I haven't really felt like I've watched one where I could say this is who Spider-Man is. So as you might be able to tell it came to a bit of a shock to me when watching Homecoming that I felt like I've found him. Not only did I find Spider-Man but Peter Parker too. If you haven't guessed already this is my review of the new Spider-Man film and these are my thoughts.
This is my best friend posing for me. She is a HUGE fan of Spider-Man!
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Let's start with the plot shall we.. this film starts with Peter Parker filming his experience with clips from Civil War, which we really got the sense of what character Tom Holland was trying to portray. The film then goes onto showing Peter's struggles with his mentor Tony Stark to try and balance his life as an ordinary high school student in New York while fighting crime as his superhero alter ego Spider-Man when a new threat emerges. He is constantly wanting to be treated like an adult but this back fires when he gets too cocky when on a boat with the villains and supervillains on board splits in half. This is due to an alien weapon made by one of the villains. I felt like the plot line was simple and to the point. They used The Avengers moving day as part of it and it worked really well, this also made sense to everything else that was going on.

Moving on to the characters; of course, let's talk about Tom Holland's character first as he is playing Peter Parker after all. For me, he was the best one yet. I felt like he nailed the balance of young teen and Spider-Man. It looked like he really had fun with his role; which is good as it showed through the character.

Michael Keaton plays the villain in this film. He's been in a lot of films lately and he really did a great job with this one. Probably in my case the best I've seen him act. He plays an evil guy called the Vulture who hates The Avengers for taking away his job from him. In his eyes, he's looking after his family and he doesn't see what he is doing wrong to himself and others. He really does a good job in showing and telling us what this character is about.

Robert Downey Jr. plays a big part in this film, he acts like a father role to Peter as Tony Stark. He explains to Peter that he is a child still and that he shouldn't be taking on such big roles. This then drives Peter to want to do it more. Robert portrays the fatherly role well and as always he brings some great comedy to it too.

For me, all three of these roles stood out the most. I felt like they were the best roles in the film, and to be honest it makes sense why as they are the main characters.

Aunt May is played by Marisa Tomei. This was the first time (that I know of) that I've seen her act. I liked the fact that she is younger as the other films show her as being an old lady. So that was refreshing to see. I did feel like she did a good job in showing how much she cared for Peter but I felt like they overly sexualized her, which in my opinion it wasn't needed. Other than that thought she was great as the May.

Of course, there is always a so called sidekick in super hero films, well in his case 'The guy in the chair' who is Peter's best friend Ned. He is played by Jacob Batalon. He was the comedy role of the film and he did a great job showing that and making it obvious to viewers. Not only that they made him interesting enough and made him have a personality that made him more needed in the film. Sometimes I feel like they add a comedy person into films for the sake of it and that is all they do, but in this film, they did a great job in making him into a loving character.

Everyone knows the story of Spider-man so I liked the fact that they didn't repeat the backstory of Ben dying. That meant that they could just get into the story and really show us what this Peter Parker is all about.

Over all, I loved this film and it is one of those films that I could watch over and over again. This is due to it not only being an easy watch but having interesting characters with a thrilling plotline.


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Meg!

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Wednesday, 2 August 2017

How to start a blog | Tips and advice

There are a lot of bloggers out there, on the other hand there are a lot of people wanting to start blogging. The thing you need to know is where to start. It is the hardest part when starting a blog as you just want to get yourself stuck into it. That's why today I thought I'd share my tips and advice on how to start a blog. Now just before I start I want to make it clear that I am not an expert in this area, I am just a blogger telling you guys what I have learnt from other people and experiences.

First things first, is finding what type of blogger you want to be. You have to think about what interests you and what drives you, what makes you think I want to writ. For me at the start it was all about film reviews and My Geek Box. Over time that did change due to my interest and experiences changing. It's okay to change your mind on what you want to blog about. Once you have found out what type you want to be it'll make it easier to do the other stages. 

For me this part was the hardest, which was coming up with a name. Don't spend too long doing this, otherwise you won't get anywhere. The name needs to be to the point and say what your blog is about. A lot of people just use their own name, which is fine. Coming up with a different blog name for me is more interesting and I feel like it draws people in more. Make sure your name is short. People don't want to be reading out loads of words for just a name of something, it'll put them off. 

You now need to design your blog to how you like it to look and to make it look relevant to what you are wanting to blog about. It needs to be eye catching and would be good to have a logo for your blog too.

This is all of the hard parts done, once you are happy with everything show your friends and family, ask them what they think. After that you need to do an about me page, which should include, introduction, who you are, little bit about yourself and what your blog is about. It's also good to put a picture of yourself on it. You might want to add other pages like a contact page, but this is not needed if you don't want to.

Last thing to do is the fun part! Start by creating your first blog post. Do as much and as little as you want, maybe add some pictures to make your post look more interesting. Once done you might want to share it on Facebook, Twitter or even Instagram. For me this took time as I wasn't ready to do that until a year into blogging. For you it might be different, just see how you feel.

The main thing to do is enjoy it. Play around with you blog and what you are posting. Don't take it too seriously otherwise you won't enjoy it as much, then this will show in your writing.
So here are my tips into starting a blog. I hope you got at least one thing from this. Let me know in the comments what you found useful when you started blogging.

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Meg!

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Wednesday, 26 July 2017

What Remains of Edith Finch | Game Review

Have you ever played firewatch before? Or the Vanishing of Ethan Carter? If so, then you might like this game called What Remains of Edith Finch. It is very similar in the way the story is written and shown. I recently played it and I thought I would tell you guys my thoughts on it as I haven't done a game review in a while.
The story starts with you playing a girl called Edith Finch who travels back to the Finch family home in Washington to explore her ancestors' history, after recent family events have driven her to learn more about her background. As you reach different parts of the story the voice from the character narrates and unfolds the events as you go along.

What Remains of Edith Finch is a story-driven game. It is not like Telltale games, as no matter what you do it won't determine or change any part of the story, but it is still really good and allows you to feel the emotion of each character. Even though the overall plot is simple in itself  the incidents that make it up are more interesting. The game developers give you so much detail about each character that you feel like you've either met them in real life or know them. It may be a short game but it gives you the right amount  of material that you need to answer all of your questions. Some programs nowadays tend to drag things out, whereas this game just got to the point without giving everything away at the start.

I feel like this game dose a good job of telling an thrilling story and at the same time making you think about things. It shows you that if you define yourself as something it'll drive you crazy and control your life. The best thing to do is enjoy every moment as it comes by doing the things that you love.

That was my review and thoughts of What Remains of Edith Finch. I hope you enjoyed it as much I as enjoyed writing it. Let me know what your thoughts of the game are.

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Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Interview with a nurse student

Hey guys! If you didn't know already I do a monthly interview with someone talking about one of their interests. I have done two now and I'm really enjoying it. Really helps me to get to know the person more. I hope you guys enjoy it too.

This week I have a guessed called Emily. Is also has her own blog; you guys should go check that out for sure! She talks about her travels, music and more. I will be interviewing her about what it's like to be a nurse student.
1. What is the course you are studying?

'I study Nursing, specifically Paediatric (or Children's) nursing. Some people often get us confused with nursery nurses and child carers but I'm a medical nurse only dealing with children. I can see how people get confused because I;m not a 'general' nurse but nowadays you have to pick a branch of nursing you want to qualify in - adult, child, mental health or learning disability. It's kinda confusing but you get used to it..'

2. Where are you studying at?

'I study at City University of London and I'm super happy I chose to come here. Living in London is something everyone should experience, not only to do the touristy stuff but all the little other stuff that I've done over the years really makes it worth it. The facilities for nurses in my uni are amazing - we have a few clinical skills suites that are just like fake wards. However, my uni dose lack on the social side - not many societies and events and all that jazz.'

3. How many years is it for? How many years have you done so far?

'I have just completed 2 years and I've got 1 year left. However I won't be a registered nurse until around September 2018 - it takes a while.'

4. What made you want to start the course?

'I chose nursing for a quite a variety of reasons. I believe I've always been quite a caring and compassionate person so nursing was kind of always on my radar because I've wanted to look after people most of my life. It's nice to be the person someone can trust when they really need help. Nursing is one of those careers where you can only be taught so much and most of it is your personality, I believe only certain people can be nurses. Other than that I've always been interested in human physiology and anatomy so I like that side of it as well as the massive amount of career opportunities all over the world it can bring.'

5. What are the things you love most about the course?

'I love the diversity of people and range of conditions you can get to see whilst out on placement in some of the major hospitals in London. Because it's such a big place and the capital as a murse you get to see everything, from the scary to the completely mundane. I also really like the way our course is set out, this is only compared to other nursing courses from different unis in London and their students that I've met along the way. It's difficult to explain the ins and outs but I really think City has thought about it rather than just giving us tons and tons of work without much meaning.'

6. What are things you dislike about it?

'I dislike having to do 12 hour shift patterns and have to revise for exams and write essays all at the same time. It's really difficult to wake up after a long shift and have the energy on your day off to revise or write. But this is all part of the course and although it's difficult you've got to get it done.'

7. If you had any advice for someone thinking about joining the course what would you tell them?

'I could say that it's all fun and games and they'll enjoy every second but that would be lying. So, you've got to be prepared. Make sure this is what you want to do for the right reasons. You've got people's lives in your hands and if you aren't forward thinking and willing to engage in one of the hardest job then don't bother! it is difficult as you've heard, but if it's meant to be, you will get through it just like everyone else and it will be the most amazing thing you've ever done. And good luck!'

8. What has been the most challenging thing you've done so far, that has also been rewarding?

'The most challenging thing I've done so far is any of the emergency situations I've been in. I've been in a few over the years and it definitely makes you think about your training and dose make you relieved you are only a student and cannot go too wrong under supervision of your mentor. They are stressful and scary but these are the most rewarding situations when the patient is finally stable.'

9. Do you feel like it was the right choice for you? If so why?

'Yes! Nursing was definitely the right choice, even through all the hard parts it's where I have felt most able to succeed and belong. Even though I may have been good at A level maths and all that, I didn't enjoy it that much. So to finally find something you enjoy and are good at it's a relief.'

10. What are your plans when finishing the course?

'I plan on moving back home, getting a job in the local hospital on the general children's ward and gain experience. After that I want to travel and look at some other opportunities for nurses there are out there.'

Thank you Emily for answering these interesting questions. I really felt like I got a sense of who you are as a person and what drives you in life. It sounds like it's a really interesting but hard course to do, so I'm glad you are enjoying it.
Emily also has here own blog so you should so go over there and check it out! Here are all her links below so be sure to check those out too..

Twitter:- twitter.com/em_ferrer_
Facebook Page:- www.facebook.com/thetwentyyears/?fref=ts
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Blog:- www.thetwentyyears.co.uk/
Blog Lovin':- www.bloglovin.com/blogs/twenty-years-

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Thursday, 13 July 2017

Having Dyslexia | Problems and advice

What is dyslexia?



Dyslexia is a really common thing and in the UK alone 1 in 10 people have some form of it and in the world 1 in 5 have it. Whether it's mild or strong it affects people in different ways. Dyslexia is a term for disorders that involve difficulty learning to read, interpret words, letters and other symbols. This does not effect general intelligence.
Being that it affects people in different ways at different times in a person's life it can make it harder for a person to learn and it can put barriers in the way of progress. Those barriers however can be over come with the right kind of help and support it makes it easy to do so. It is more common for a person struggling with Dyslexia to have difficulty spelling. Although most of the time people think it's reading. On top of that it can make it hard for the person to come up with a specific name or date when under pressure of time or remembering a list or sequence of spoken words such as a phone number.
If you have Dyslexia you are born with it but it might not start to show until you're in your teens just because it's a lot harder to diagnose when younger. This might be due to still learning to read and write.

My experiences with Dyslexia
For me I had struggled with Dyslexia until I was in year 10 so starting my GCSE's. Which was pretty hard for me as I always felt like English was a subject that I wasn't very good at. On top of that I struggled a lot at school. It made it look like I was being lazy or something like that. It was far from it. Not knowing what is wrong with you can be very hard for you and those around you. Well that's what I found anyway.

After years of struggling and then finding out what I had I thought that now I know things would get easier for me. Little did I know it would take longer than I was expecting. I was super embarrassed at first. I didn't want anymore to know, even though my teachers had to know. With this I got extra time in exams and someone to read the questions out for me if needed. I felt so embarrassed that I just wanted to keep it to myself. When I eventually told me close friends, I felt that a weight had been lifted from my shoulders. Even though I still felt embarrassed. For me I felt like my school didn't really help me and kind of pushed me to the side.

With my GCSE's and my Diploma being over and just scrapping by. I had gotten the grades that was considered 'passing'; which in my eye's it wasn't at all similar. This is when I started blogging. Oh my it has helped a lot. My spelling and grammar has improved so much, got to mention as well my confidence in writing and reading out-loud. I honestly didn't think it would help at all, but it has it's help massively. I even think that if I didn't publish a single post I would still been in the same boat. I'm so glad I did though as it's like I have gone on this journey with you guys.

My own advice when dealing with Dyslexia

My own advice when dealing with Dyslexia is to be patient with it. I know it's tricky and it makes simple things a lot harder for you. In time it will get easier.It's good for you to put simple and smart strategies in place to help you. There are all different kinds of ways to help, so if you stuck then have a look online.
For me I use blogging as a tool for helping me and spell checker to help me know if I have made any mistakes. With this I write down the spelling I have got wrong and then I write down the correct why of spelling it. By doing this it helps me to remember the words as I have written it down. Some words take more tries than others but it is a useful thing for to do.

Reading is a bit tricky for some people with Dyslexia so a good tip is to use 21st century Internet. Read things on social media. It's an addicting thing that most of us do, I am one of those people. With this you are reading all the time without feeling the pressure of reading such big texts all at once. As well as that when talking to people try not to speak in 'text' speak. So use full words, for example instead of saying 'u' say 'you' and instead of saying 'wuu2?' say 'What are you up to?'. This is a simple and good way of helping. In time this will come part of your day to day language.

The biggest advice I can give you is to not get angry at yourself if you are being slow or getting things wrong. This dose not mean that you are a failure or will never get anywhere, this just means it will take time and you need to understand that if someone is disabled they can't just walk so it works the same when having Dyslexia. You can't be 'cured' by it; it's all about adapting and doing things that will make it far for you.
To summarize, Dyslexia is a complicated thing and takes time to get used to. If you are dealing with someone with it then be patient with them. If you do some research into ways to help them to show that you're not going to push them aside because of it, this will help them feel more comfortable around you and within themselves.

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Meg!

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Thursday, 6 July 2017

Weekend away | Camping trip

There's something about going away to the countryside that is relaxing. It's quiet and calming, and all you can hear is birds in the trees. Last weekend James and his family and I went camping at Folly Farm just for the weekend. It was just what I needed. It was not only relaxing but a lot of fun too.

On the last night we had watched frozen before we went to bed





Millie and James keeping warm by the fire



James and I on our walk


Getting warm by the fire

For this blog post I just wanted to show you guys the pictures I took when I was there. As I love taking pictures of things around me.

I have always been interested in photography. So when something catches my eye I love to get my phone out and take some pictures. My phone doesn't do the best quality pictures, in the future I am wanting to get a proper camera. All considering I think the pictures turned out well.




















Every-time we went out for a walk I saw a lot of picture opportunities so these are my favorite ones that I took.

There you go that was my little blog post showing you guys the pictures I took at the weekend and telling you a little bit of what we got up to. I hope you enjoyed this weeks blog post. Just remember that it's okay to have a little break now and again. It helps to re-energize you ready to go back to life things.

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Thursday, 29 June 2017

Disneyland Paris | 2017

Have you ever heard someone say that Disneyland is the happiest place on earth? Well I have and I agree. My best friends Alice, Paige and I went to Disneyland Paris for a little get away. It was so magical. It's not as big as Florida as people have told me. For 3 days we managed to do all we wanted to do and it was worth every second.
We booked our tickets, travel and hotel around Christmas time so we didn't have to worry about it. It also meant that we could get a really good deal. It costs just over £400 which is such a good deal we thought.

Day 1 - Traveling and first day at Disney

We had to wake up pretty early. About 6 am. To some people that isn't too bad. But to us it was. I'm just super glad that we were going on holiday not to work. The train took us 3 hours to get to London. On the way we talked a lot and watched Friends. Perfect combination I think. From then we had to rush to catch the tube. Because of the fire that happened in London the tube station was pretty full. So it was pretty tricky to get in. As well as this it meant we weren't aloud to travel to certain places. Which meant for us we needed to change what tubes we were getting on. It was a bit of a panic, but because of how good Paige is with tubes and Alice had a good app we manged to do it. Due to the delays it meant we only just got onto the Eurostar in time. With not long to spare before it was going to leave the station. I just felt super lucky I wasn't doing it on my own.
After the stress of the travel we got to Disney. Now this is where the fun began. I was super glad we paid more money so our bags was sent straight to our hotel so then we could go straight to the park. As we went in it was super magical so yes we had to take a lot of super cute pictures with the Disneyland castle. Having loads of rides at Disney we had to go on some of course!



One of the first rides we went on was the Ferry go Round. It was such a cute ride. I enjoyed it. For the first ride to go on as well it was a good start. When we went on the Pinocchio ride I felt a little disappointed afterwords as I felt like it wasn't a very good ride and nothing happened on it really. I also felt the same with the haunted house ride. I guess I need to remember that the rides are aimed for children.

Saying that though we went on a ride called Thunder Mountain and that ride was amazing so of course we had to go on it again. Before hand I was pretty nervous about going on this ride. I had heard good things about it. I think it was due to the unknown. That become a recurring thing for me going on the big rides. I got super nervous before hand and then came off it loving it, and wanting to go again.

We managed to meet a character on this day. We saw Jesse from Toy Story and she was super cute. I think she was a great character to meet first. Even though she didn't speak she had a lot of personality on her and made us laugh a lot. This made us want to meet more characters before the end of our time at Disney.


Everyday at 5:30 they have a parade going on in the center of the park. The floats that the characters would be on were huge and decorated so well. It was pretty magical to see. Not only did they have floats but they also had characters dancing and saying hello to people on the ground.






Day 2 - Full day at park and Fireworks

Another day of waking up early and traveling to the happiest place of earth. We had a free shuttle that took us to the park from our hotel. Today we decided to all dress up in our Mickey outfits. We all looked pretty cute I must say.


We decided that on the second day we would explore the other side of Disney as we did spend most of our time on the first day on one side. This was the day that we did Space Mountain. Again I was really nervous before hand. As soon as I went on it I was screaming so much. We got a picture of it. It was pretty funny seeing all our reactions. Half way through the ride though I started to love it and I kept smiling and laughing.

We went on this ride where you get to ride a car yourself. It was hard to steer. It made it super funny. I just zoomed off when I got into the car.

This is the day we met Tigger and Eeyore and they were super cute and it was the same seeing Jesse. They had so much character even though they didn't speak. For me seeing characters is such a lovely thing to do when at Disney. Their acting is always amazing and the weather was so hot, I was amazed that they could keep it up for so long.
In the evening we went to see the fireworks. I loved seeing them. They went on quiet late. We all sat in a good place near the castle so we could see everything that is going on. Here are the pictures so you can see some of the things we saw from the display.









Day 3 - Last day and meeting Alice and wonderland

Day 3 was the last day and we thought we would make the most of it and head to the park as early as we could and spend time in the other park Walt-Disney Studios. When we got to Disney we saw Minnie so of course we had to go see her. The line looked short enough. We didn't realize that it would take quiet a long time till we saw her. If we had of known we wouldn't have. It was still good to see her though.


We also got a chance to see Alice in wonderland. Which Ali was most excited for. She was also standing with the Mad Hatter. He was such a funny character to see. I have to say I think he was my favorite out of all the characters we had seen.



If you know me then you might know that I am terrified of rides with sudden drops so when hearing about the Tower of Terror I said I won't even get in the queue for the ride. But I did and I even went on the ride. I was freaking out so much on the ride though, so I didn't take it in at all. I felt like it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. I don't think I will go on it again though.

The last ride we went on was the Rocking Roller coaster and man that was such a fun ride. It's the fastest ride there. It plays Aerosmith music as you go around. Of course that meant I had to sing along to the music. I loved it a lot. Even if I was nervous before hand.

After a fun filled adventure couple of days we did some shopping and headed off to the Eurostar. When we got onto our first train for the way home all the air-con had been broken so we were sweating buckets. Not only that but we were super tired so we were in our funny stage of saying random stuff because of how tired we were. That made us laugh a lot. I wish we filmed that bit as it's would have been super funny to look back on.
We did film the trip so check out mine and Alice's YouTube channel if you want to see what we got up to.

I had such an amazing day and I am very grateful to my best friends Alice and Paige for being the best company I could of asked for. The trip couldn't of gone better. They both might be doing a blog post on this as well so be sure to check their's out too!

Paige - http://inkunplugged.blogspot.co.uk/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/RistrettoRepeat
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/paigemakepeace11/

Alice - http://inkunplugged.blogspot.co.uk/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/AliceStephens_
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/_alicestephens/

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