Abi Adventures: Go Ape Coventry

For those who haven’t heard of Go Ape before, it is a high adrenaline treetop experience that takes visitors up into the canopies to challenge their fears and overcome obstacles. They have over 30 locations across the UK, with Coventry being the latest to open. Go Ape Coventry is set within the 500-acre grounds of Coombe Abbey Country Park, making for some pretty stunning views around the 5 courses. This experience is suitable for all the family, as the courses vary in difficulty and fear factor. 

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Shopping As A Petite Woman: In Store Or Online?

From issues with the length of jeans, to getting tops to fit a small chest, being petite and slim might appear to be the ideal shape for fashion but in reality it can be a real challenge. Shopping in store vs online can make the world of difference to my shopping experience as a petite woman, with one being a lot less stressful than the other…

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The Hormone Diaries Part Four: Let’s Talk About Consent

Over the last year or two, we’ve been having plenty of public discussions around consent: from the revelations of the #MeToo movement, which have highlighted just how much work there is still to do, to campaigns pushing for better consent education as part of Sex Education at school, you’d expect most people to be more aware of the importance of consent in sexual interactions. However, recent cases at criminal trials and general discussions surrounding consent online and in the media shows that the topic is still misunderstood amongst young people and adults.

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Rock Of Ages The Musical: Review

Musical theatre is a big part of my life and something I’m kind of a little bit in love with. From the classics like Les Mis to more modern productions like Dear Evan Hanson, give me some jazz hands and impromptu cheer and I’m there. So, of course, I was very excited to see that Rock of Ages The Musical was coming to The Belgrade Theatre in Coventry.

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Is Instagram Ruining Friendships?

Instagram has long been viewed as a bit of a troublesome social platform. It’s generally pretty good at making us all feel a bit inadequate, a bit uglier than everyone else and like the world is having a lot more fun right now than you are. But is Instagram ruining friendships? 

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