Ever have one of those days where your head hurts, your muscles are aching from tension and you feel a little bit like your heart might jump out of your chest? Continue reading A is for anxiety – or how to deal with a bad day
I refuse to believe that there is someone in the world that isn’t scared of something. Whether it’s a plane taking off, a hospital visit or setting foot in a yoga class. Continue reading Embracing Fear
I don’t know about you, but I’m terribly indecisive. Continue reading One thing at a time
Since having a full time job and leaving my student days behind, I’ve become horrifyingly productive. Continue reading How to be lazy
Forget skinny-dipping in and giving up microwave meals. This is an alternative list of things to do before you’re 30. Continue reading An Alternative List of Things to Do Before you’re 30
I don’t read the financial times, but I do have an opinion on how I spend my own money. Continue reading Why millennials go on holiday instead of saving for a pension
While I loved the feel of a magazine or the smell of a new book, the digital revolution could only mean that everyone who wanted to share their voices and opinions could be heard. Continue reading What ever happened to Creativity?
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’ve been stuck in a bit of a rut recently. Nothing too catastrophic, just the type of mid-twenties meltdown that calls for wedding-related telly programmes and an early night.