Every Sunday I plan out my week ahead with my Papier diary and a notebook. Currently, I have quite a lot on and I forget things if I don’t write them down, so everything I need to do has to be documented somewhere or you guessed it, it won’t happen. If you follow me on […]Read More
Your how-to guide to figure out different elements of this thing we call life.
We often have a Monica Gellar tendency to be in competition with ourselves as well as other people – to look back and compare where we are now to where we were last year, two years ago or even worse, where we thought we’d be. I personally do think about where I was a year […]Read More
If you’ve followed me for a while on Instagram, you’ll have noticed that my account has grown a lot since March. As lockdown occurred, I thought I’d spend time and put more effort into my blog and formulate a social strategy. In March I had 2,300 followers, at the end of April I reached 4,000 […]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
A few weeks after I finished university, I realised that I had to get better at dealing with rejection. As a graduate or just as a young person, you will be rejected from job applications, relationships and friendships, freelance work, a mortgage, loans – the list literally goes on and on. You’re basically guaranteed that […]Read More
I’m always looking for ways to write the ultimate to do list and be more organised. Lately, I’ve felt that my way of working is inefficient. Last week was stress-ville-Arizona, I had a lot of plates spinning and my health was the one that I smashed. I lost a lot of sleep, lost track of […]Read More
There’s nothing more demotivating than staying indoors all day, having limited social interaction, limited sunlight and limited resources or opportunities to do exactly what it is you want to do. But, how do you find motivation? Waves of emotions pour over you; it could be boredom, sadness, happiness, fear, guilt, jealously. It’s only very very rarely […]Read More