I don’t know about you, but when someone tells me ‘I’m moving home’ it’s never really said in a positive way. Even though, they might absolutely love the humans they share that home with, it’s still I’m having to move back (emphasis on the back) home. I don’t know when, but somewhere along the line […]Read More
Following my personal and professional life as a twenty-something muddling her way through life post-university.
Today marks two years since my BA graduation from the University of York. In some ways, I can hardly believe it was two years ago, but at the same time, it feels like a lifetime ago. After all, so much has happened. It’s easy with any stage of life to reflect and form a checklist in your […]Read More
Most people I know have a side hustle alongside their day job. It usually relates to one of their passions and allows them to have some creative freedom to do whatever they want! If you don’t know, I work full-time in Marketing at a publishers in Cambridge. Yet, alongside my job I: Run this blog […]Read More
It’s the big question that most English students ask themselves, after three years of reading relevant (and irrelevant) books, what do you do with an English degree after university? Most people think that all English students have learn to do is leisurely read books as they overstay their welcome in coffee shops. I wish it […]Read More
If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you’ll know that in January I went through a break up. It was tough and it wasn’t my decision to end the relationship, but I know now that it was the right decision. I wrote about how the break up initially felt like a failure here and how […]Read More
Two years ago I finished my undergraduate degree and there are so many things I wish I’d known at the time about life after university.Read More
I’ve had countless discussions with friends and followers recently about the issues surrounding working for free as a writer, creative or influencer. Creatives are the only professionals (that I know of) who work for free – nurses wouldn’t, teachers wouldn’t and politicians certainly wouldn’t. It is incredibly frustrating. In 2012 the Guardian wrote an article […]Read More