Notes from the editor

Education and ADHD

Education and ADHD

A large part of TBI, for me, is highlighting the importance of acceptance and knowledge surrounding difficult issues. When I asked a good friend about her experience with ADHD, she replied with a vast amount of insight. I couldn’t not provide her with a space […]

Balancing reality and your dreams

Balancing reality and your dreams

In this day and age money is a necessity whether you are wanting to travel, get an education, or just to simply live. In the last three years, my education has cost me approximately £45,000 in loans. My living costs are around half my wage each […]

Editor’s Picks of the Month: June

Editor’s Picks of the Month: June

Everyone likes to know what others think of everything, we often find our self basing most of our own decisions of products or events on peoples previous reviews. Which is why monthly favourites have become such a successful series of posts for YouTubers, bloggers and […]

Do you have the graduation blues?

Do you have the graduation blues?

I hate to be the one to break it to you, but for a lot of people the ‘graduation blues’ are real. My tutors never hid the fact that finding that graduate job was going to be hard. We were told to pull all our effort […]

Mental Health and Creativity

Mental Health and Creativity

May is the month of #mentalhealthawareness, which coincidentally fits well as I’m sat here writing this on one of my bad days. I am someone who has and still does suffer with their mental health, much like the majority of others, which in turn often affects […]

Welcome to the journey.

Welcome to the journey.

As a post-grad I found myself lost as I tried to get a job in the real world. I graduated in fashion design in June 2016 and spent the next six months applying for hundreds of jobs, with all but one being unsuccessful. The only […]