Students all over the world have been rising up, challenging their governments and its failure to effectively tackle global warming. Over 15,000 students have so far participated in the worldwide movement, and there are many more demonstrations planned. Word has been spread by largely by social media, which is unsurprising given that is now our […]READ MORE
It’s no secret that exercise does wonders for your physical wellbeing, changing your external appearance as well as improving your energy levels and sleep schedules. However, what is not as well-known is the effect exercise can have on your mental wellbeing. Physical wellbeing and mental wellbeing are closely linked, and by looking after your body, […]READ MORE
As we all know, in the 21st century, the popularity of the hashtag has grown to become an every day part of our language. The hashtag is what makes us aware of movements, trends and what is happening across the world. What may be known as one of the most famous hashtags ever came about […]READ MORE
There’s something about watching the generation ahead of us. Staring at your mother as she applies makeup, listening to an older sibling on the phone to a boy/girlfriend, wishing we were in the year above and moving on to college or university. Growth is a process and a beautiful journey in which every day and […]READ MORE
The Daily Mail reported a story of a man who discovered he had a disease called MS and upon finding out, he decided to leave his job and spent £100,000 carving a cave into his dream house. Wow, what courage, you say. It’s true. But why did he need to discover he was going to […]READ MORE
I’m sure we’ve all had that moment where a friend told us something in confidence and insisted we don’t tell another living soul. No matter what. And as the amazing friend we like to be, we agree. Plus, holding on to secrets can make us feel important and trustworthy. However, the silence required in a […]READ MORE
Proudtobeme (PTBM) is a non-profit organisation that exists to empower, educate and help young ladies from less privileged backgrounds, between the ages of 13 – 18.