Firstly, my apologies for the lack of posts over the last 7 months – I’m quite sure you’ve all been on tenterhooks for this blog revival, so please sit back, get comfy and enjoy the mediocre anecdotal prose that follows. Oh, and Londoniversary is totes a real word. If you hadn’t guessed it, today marks … More Londoniversary!
I’m sure you’ll be pleased to hear that this post is not going to feature a long a list of my lame New Years resolutions as, frankly, I’m sure none of you give two hoots. However, it may just err on the side of self-indulgence, so my sincerest apologies in advance. On second thoughts, scrap that … More New Year, Same Me, Bigger Picture.
I’m a firm believer in the magic of Christmas. However, I’m pretty good at royally ballsing it up year after year. And I’m here to tell you just how you can balls it up too. Firstly, be crap at presents. Buying great gifts for your fave people requires paying a significant amount of attention to others likes … More How to fail at Christmas
When I told the various people in my life I was moving to Brixton, here are some of the wide-ranging reactions I received: “Darling, why? I’d only ever live North of the river.” “Ah super cool, I used to live in a squat in Brixton. It was pretty grim, but that was the eighties. You’ll … More Brixton
I have this really awful habit of thinking I have my shit together for all of 15 mins a week, preaching about how blissful everything is, and then spending the rest of the time totally freaking out about where my life is (or isn’t) headed. I’m going to hazard a guess that I’m not completely … More A tiny little quarter-life crisis
As I see it, the morning commute paints a pretty bleak picture. Before I get into the gloomy detail, I wanted to make clear that this post is conceivably going to turn into a rant. If you don’t want a rant, look away now. I am ranting already. I can feel it rising. Ranting is … More The morning commute
My big sister moved across the pond last month, permanently. There is nothing I love more than being the little half to our sibling duo, and therefore I wanted to share a few of my favourite sibling quirks with the world, in light of my new found loneliness. So, this is for Holly… the Tia … More The quirks of sisterhood
I joined the world of full time employment approximately 2 years ago, and I was genuinely terrified. Everything I had learnt up until that point about the working world had been solely down to my pointless enthusiasm for watching Friends re-runs, rather than studying for a good grade in my degree. If honest, I’m still mildly clueless as … More Everything I know about the working world (via F.R.I.E.N.D.S)
I moved to London 3 months ago. As a total amateur at living in the bright lights of the capital city, I have taken it upon myself to share a few light-hearted observations I’ve made in my short (yet, enlightening) time here. So, here goes… a few notes from a glasshalffull female twenty-something, on a budget. Wide pavements are essentially used … More London, in a nutshell