• National Sibling Day: Our Relationships

    National Sibling Day 2019 has just passed on April 10th. Here at Impact we have taken a look at our relationships with our siblings (or lack of) and deciphered the good, the bad, and the ugly.  Youngest Child Being the youngest comes with many perks: you can generally get...
  • Celebrating All Types of Love on Valentine’s Day

    Growing up my parents always made an effort to show me I was loved on Valentine’s Day, potentially out of pity for my eternal singleness. My mom wrote me an ‘anonymous’ card every year along with some much appreciated chocolate, and my dad would buy me flowers. For me...
  • Who I think is worthy to be on the new £50 note…

    The Bank of England announced that they are redesigning the £50 note, and have asked the British public for which scientist they think should take pride of place on the new print. Here’s who I think is worthy! In the past few years our notes have changed design in...
  • Why culturally inappropriate costumes aren’t a treat on Halloween

    Ah Halloween. The annual holiday which is host to trick or treating, carved pumpkins and controversial costumes. Around this time of year my social media is usually filled with posts of people who have come up with innovative ways to be offensive on Halloween. From costumes incorporating the Day...