Molly Fairclough

Molly Fairclough

MEET MOLLY,

Molly is originally from Northern Ireland but is currently at university in Liverpool, studying Drama and English. She has a huge passion for media and literature and is specifically interested in how they impact, reflect and present challenges to young Christians today. Molly’s favourite food is cheese toasties; she loves spending time with her friends and family and will pet any dog she can find.

I write about life, movies, music, and how we can respond to current issues.

MOLLY’S POSTS

Body confidence as a teen athlete

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Body confidence as a teen athlete

Becoming aware of your body while playing sports.

Settling into university

Settling into university

Molly Fairclough, 10th Oct 2020

Some advice on how to make this time easier.

The meaning behind the ‘Eagle’ album

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The meaning behind the ‘Eagle’ album

An interview with José Kelly.

How to break free from things holding you back

How to break free from things holding you back

Molly Fairclough, 6th Oct 2020

C2B shares the meaning behind his music.

Is Justin Bieber’s new song really all that holy?

Is Justin Bieber’s new song really all that holy?

Molly Fairclough, 29th Sep 2020

It offers a refreshingly positive message.

Are you embarrassed of the things you love?

Are you embarrassed of the things you love?

Molly Fairclough, 27th Sep 2020

Enjoy your individuality and feel confident to share your diversity of tastes.

Songs for a cosy autumn night

Songs for a cosy autumn night

Molly Fairclough, 26th Sep 2020

The season for big jumpers and nightly cups of hot chocolate.

Paris Hilton: The truth behind the icon

Paris Hilton: The truth behind the icon

Molly Fairclough, 24th Sep 2020

The person we think we know is really just a persona.

Thinking sustainably when shopping

Thinking sustainably when shopping

Molly Fairclough, 9th Aug 2020

Ethical fashion on a budget.

Little moments of joy

Little moments of joy

Molly Fairclough, 2nd Jun 2020

These things are crucial.

Less attitude, more gratitude

Less attitude, more gratitude

Molly Fairclough, 3rd May 2020

Complaining feels good, but it’s not actually helping anything.

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