Bringing you a podcast episode with friends; talking all things quarantine like studying during a pandemic, dating during lockdown and hobbies we tried.
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?
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?
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.
We’re rejoining society soon, is anybody wholeheartedly ready for that? After a couple of months in global lockdown, things won’t be in the same state we left them.
I’ve made 22 trips around the sun, but with every age comes a whole new set of expectations being dashed on my headtop.
This one is for my all music lovers. Lockdown has highlighted the importance of artists in keeping us sane. Here are some artists and their projects that I feel aren’t being shown enough love.
A lot of women complain about the dating market and do nothing about it. I rounded up a group of friends to do the unthinkable; shoot our shots and see how the other side live.
The current climate means that a lot of events & gatherings have been cancelled. At a loss to both the consumer and the business, things are complicated. However, are these situations being handled correctly?
During this period of social isolation, a lot of us may run into the danger of going backwards and entertaining those who don’t need to be. Yes, I’m shouting.
lest we forget, to be a woman is a blessing.
A sequel to the “The Dating Market” – a lot of the dating issues we, as women, find ourselves in can be resolved with speaking out. So why don’t we?