Subaita Fairooz

Which O Level essay to write

The creative writing section of the O Level English exam may seem daunting to most people. The ideas need to be extremely original and raw, straight out of the depths of a person’s mind.

Why Riverdale should be cancelled

I used to love Riverdale once. But now, I am a very disappointed fan. The show had something unique about it that we had not been exposed to before.

Art for people who cannot draw

On many occasions I have sat down with a vision in my head to draw something but every time I picked up the pencil or the brush to paint, I failed miserably.

It isn't romantic

The story follows the life of a female architect who lives alone and is married to her career. She also believes that relationships are meaningless and worthless and that all romantic comedies

How to be liked by your teachers

One of the most difficult components of university life is not knowing whether the teacher likes you or not. You often hear the statement, “I did not get my desired marks because the teacher absolutely hates me.” So, when you did not get what you deserved on that quiz you studied the whole night for, that is also the excuse you end up giving your parents.

The art of decluttering

Often times, as we grow old, we want to keep tangible items that remind us of wonderful times and we attempt to build a shrine around them.

Stages of owning a pet

The increasing number of people who have started to appreciate keeping a pet is an indication that having one is a way of life now. The bond that we share with our pets is a rare one and overtime they become a part of our family.

How a 10 step skincare routine video changed my life

The one thing about being a teenager I absolutely hated was the explosion of acne all over my face. Worrying about my skin and why it could not be as perfect as the models' on magazines was something that fed into my insecurities about myself. Even a few years ago, YouTube and YouTubers were not the big deal that they are today so I did not know

December 13, 2018
December 13, 2018

A proposal gone wrong

Brian stood in front of the mirror brushing his hair backwards and making it as sleek as possible. He straightened his tie and rehearsed his lines, “Maria, will you marry me?”

November 29, 2018
November 29, 2018

Types of people you need when organising an event

Organising an event is a stressful situation and it does not matter whether it is a small one, like a birthday party, or something as big as a graduation ceremony.

November 29, 2018
November 29, 2018

5 lesser known classic novels by women

Literary classics are described as works of art that evoke certain emotions and brings forth extremely important themes through the authors' brilliantly deduced philosophy on life and human behaviour.

November 8, 2018
November 8, 2018

Why writing is like baking

One of the most enlightening things I realised when I first started baking was the similarity that it had with the writing process I used in my daily life.