I’ve always thought that ‘self-care’ is a bit wanky. Up until now. Continue reading What is ‘self-care’ anyway?
In the last year, I haven’t been too good at blogging. Ever feel like you’ve run out of words? Continue reading Blank space
I’ve been putting off this post for months. Mainly because I hate sounding whiney and self-indulgent – particularly when I very often feel so lucky for the things I have around me. With a great place to live, a good job and more than enough wonderful people in my life, I often feel guilty for thinking that my life is anything other than A-OK. Still, … Continue reading Feeling overwhelmed
The first Monday in September is always reminiscent of going back to school. New pencil case, a new set of highlighters and more importantly, a fresh start. Sadly, this morning is the first time in ages that I’ve woken up in the dark – and of course, it was raining. Despite the rain, I’m still excited for September’s arrival. With it comes autumn. Of all … Continue reading Things to look forward to this Autumn
I’ve often thought of myself as a good multitasker. Surely, being able to do at least two things at once makes you instantly more productive? It makes a great sell for your skill set in job interviews and also comes in pretty handy for daily life. Having worked in an office where the phone rarely stopped ringing, it was useful to be able to have … Continue reading One thing at a time
Since having a full time job and leaving my student days behind, I’ve become horrifyingly productive. Weekends don’t feel enough if I’ve spent them whiling away the hours with naps and box sets. Instead, I like to fill every corner of my days off with meeting up with friends, taking trips to the gym and doing household chores. In the last few years, I’ve even … Continue reading How to be lazy
When I was a kid, being a proper grown up was defined by a couple of things. Continue reading “How to be a Grown Up”
Ever noticed how many times you say the words ‘just’ or ‘only’? Probably not. If you started tallying them up, you’d probably notice just how often these seemingly harmless words are used in every day conversation. Continue reading “Feeling Good Enough?”
I read somewhere recently that the logical side of your brain doesn’t develop properly until your mid-twenties. Strange, right?