I entered my 23rd year of life recently so decided to touch on some things I learned at 22.
May brings memories of education. With such a large chunk of life tied to being a student – how could one forget those times?
Following on from “inject me” – some things have changed. In this one, I explain how I decided to get vaccinated.
Supposedly, our twenties are our formative years. The years where we really do life. However, we’re now locked up, so where do we go from here?
CV19 followed us into 2021 but along with that, so has the vaccine. A lot of us are sceptical, so I did a quick run through of my worries and tried to fix them.
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?
I’ve been gone for a while and in that break, I’ve been exploring a bunch of things.
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.