life

How to embrace an unexpected adventure

24th March 2020

As you can tell from the name of this blog, I’m very aware of the unexpected adventures life takes us on. Most of these unexpected twists and turns are unwelcome and present issues, as well, you didn’t see them coming. Some unexpected events, of course are good, wonderful even. Marriage, babas, doggos you know. At […]

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The end of an era

24th January 2020

This week has been filled with tears, for many reasons, as it is the end of an era. Today I say goodbye to my first post-uni or proper job as the Editor of Architecture Magazine at the Peterborough based publishers Media One. It was a decision made for many reasons; I moved towards Cambridge and […]

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We’re get it, you’re busy

1st December 2018

It’s no secret that we are all super busy. The phrase “I’m free three weeks on Thursday” is very normal for my friends and I and it’s something I would never want to change. I love that my friends and family are living their own lives and aiming for their own goals, keep hustling along […]

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anxiety post university

Life Post-University: Graduate Anxiety

16th July 2018

University brought wonderful things into my life, but I also developed anxiety especially as a graduate. I’d never really had anxiety beforehand, not like I’d experienced at university anyway. And I always managed to control it, because my main anxiety would occur before an exam but then my philosophy of whatever happens, happens, would pipe […]

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World Mental Health Day

10th October 2017

On World Mental Health Day I started thinking about how lucky I am to live in a time when mental health is considered to be as important as physical health. Rather than it being treated as a taboo subject or a “it’s-all-in-your-head-get-over-it” problem that mental health sufferers have faced in the past. Thank you for […]

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the reality of an instant society

The Reality of Living in an Instant Society

8th September 2017

The reality of living in an instant society is that we live in the age of fad diets, quick fixes, instant messenger, social networking, 24/7 live news updates. Everything we want to know, do, see, read, be, we are told we can instantly have. This is ingrained in us; text that person now to see […]

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cut the crap

Cut the crap

10th April 2017

Beth and I drunkly decided that one of our New Year’s resolutions for 2017 was to cut the crap. And so far, we’re both doing pretty well really. We basically wanted to cut the crap in all areas of our lives – the food, bad thoughts, bad people, bad events. We’d cut the crap. When […]

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