Have you ever dreamed of a place where you could eat anything you want, as much as you want without anyone telling you otherwise? For all of you heading to university in September, welcome to this wonderful world of independence.
If I were to tell you 18 years old, what would you think about first? Partying? University life? Independence? Maybe even the best period of your life? And probably the first step in adulthood? I have heard all of that, and even if I agree with most, I am sorry to announce that in no case I feel consider myself as an adult.
As a French, I was told that I should like wine, snails and frogs. I am sorry to disappoint you, but I have to tell you: I don’t like any of those foods. This is only a stereotype, and you might be surprise by the number of people who do not actually correspond to them. At all. And if this stereotype is pretty amusing, some are much more offensive and disrespectful to some people.
Love to stare at sculpted bodies on the beach? Then girls of the world, I am sorry, but you will be deceived with the new trend: the dad bod. Away from the washboard abs, the new look is a small beer gut. Crazy isn’t it? But true.
Offering a chance of integration and education to Afghan women living in Hayes was what Khalida Obeid gambled on when setting up the Afghan Women’s Group and to this day it proves to be a success. *
As the summer season begins, elite celebrities around the world will not hesitate a second to show their top designer dresses at some of the most elitist events of the world; while we sit in front of our screens, admiring, judging, and dreaming.
Do you remember your primary school years? Or even just the name of your teachers? I don’t know about you, but I am sure of one thing, Sonya Romero’s students are not about to forget hers, and she entirely deserves it.