We’re getting close to the end of the year 2020. It doesn’t deserve a favourite blog post, so this one is “farewell, I don’t ever want to hear about this year again” post
Being “cancelled” is a real life fear for those whose work relies on positive public perception. Do we, the public, cancel people for the sake of bettering society?
The UK is back where we were in March with another lockdown. This is me checking in with you to see how y’all are holding up. How are you, really?
I’ve been gone for a while and in that break, I’ve been exploring a bunch of things.
The music edition with friends. Music is a big part of Quite Frankly so it’s about time I discuss all things music with my mates. Warning: there are periods of screaming and echoes.
2020 has done a number on a lot of us. Socially, mentally, maybe even physically. It is important to process these negative emotions and work through them. Here are some resources to help.
I associated glasses with not being at my best for a large chunk of my pre-teen years. I now feel the complete opposite.
Being unable to travel this year made me realise that I use flying out as an escape from real life. You catch a flight and forget about your problems, I’m sure I’m not alone.
Bringing you a podcast episode with friends; talking all things quarantine like studying during a pandemic, dating during lockdown and hobbies we tried.
Class of 2020? It’s been a wild ride. Somehow, some way we made it through and I want to celebrate that achievement. The real world is calling and I’d like to help us get prepared.