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 associated glasses with not being at my best for a large chunk of my pre-teen years. I now feel the complete opposite.
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.
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.
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?
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?