• New Things…

    Hello everyone!  Long time no blog post… I’ve had a funny few months, ups and downs, the usual in the land of Shannon. But if you were not aware I have created a brand new YouTube channel! Exciting stuff.  I launched it a couple of weeks ago to talk all things Mental Health. From my journey to yours, the ins and outs, things you may not have known and things you know all too well. I wanted to bring the topic of mental health into the lives of people around me. I am surrounded by people who are very open to mental health, luckily! However, so many others are not…

  • One Direction – This Is Us

    So, today I went to the cinema to see One Directions 3D movie ‘This Is Us’. It was a film for fans of One Direction and a film for those who are not, but by the end of it you definitely would have a different perception of the boys. The movie was part concert 3D footage and part documentary, both very enjoyable to watch. I laughed, smiled and cried my way through it (yes, there are emotional parts – when parents cry, I cry). Now I thought I knew exactly what Harry, Louis, Liam, Niall and Zayn were like, I thought I knew everything about their personalities but even this…

  • Big Steps…

    I once touched up on the subject in a piece of school work about how famous people can get through the power of YouTube. Since I can remember I’ve wanted to make a YouTube channel, unfortunately I’ve never had the confidence to do so, I’m hoping one day I will! ANYWAY, I’ve always watched YouTubers and admired them…they all are so funny and talented in their own ways. Even if their talent is just making people laugh. Over the last couple of years there’s been a boom in British YouTubers. The likes of Jack Harries (JacksGap) and his twin brother Finn, Marcus Butler (MarcusButlerTV), Alfie Deyes (PointlessBlogTV) and two best…