Lately, after reading online that 1995 is the cut off year for being a Millennial – something I’ve always described myself as – I’ve been questioning my identity. In American Horror Story, Madison Montgomery describes Millennials as “born between the birth of AIDS and 9/11, give or take”, which I always took as gospel. Various … More Not a Millennial, not quite a Gen-Z…
On paper, working from home is 100% my type. No commute means I have more time, I’m always home to sign for the steady stream of Depop and ASOS parcels that arrive at our house, and no one complains if I listen to throwback 80s anthems all day. I’ve been out of the office since … More 6 months out of the office… I think my social skills are becoming redundant
Hey angels! This week I wanted to talk about one of my main interests: interior design. With hundreds of interior design pins on Pinterest, and thousands of people using the hashtag #ihavethisthingwithhome, it can be hard to differentiate between different interior design trends – which makes it tricky to search for inspo or specific furniture … More 5 popular interior design styles (and what they mean)
Hello there (the angels from my nightmares) and welcome to my latest blog! This is the final piece I’m going to be writing about the pandemic, because to be honest, it’s getting boring init? Here’s a round-up of 10 things I’d love to ban during the lockdown. Let’s crack on!
When I was at school, I knew someone who got arrested for possessing weed, and as a punishment their mum grounded them for TWO YEARS. Given that we’re on week five of lockdown, I’m starting to wonder how they coped. In many ways, being on lockdown is exactly like being grounded. You can’t go anywhere … More Week five of lockdown: the hardest week yet?
Good morning Upper East Siders! Not the normal way I’d begin a blog, but given that I’ve been binge watching Gossip Girl it seems to be the best way to open a post that I’d otherwise be stuck on how to begin. Today I wanted to write about something very dear to my heart: having … More The Hunemployment Diaries: Here for a good time (not a long time)
If you believe everything you see on social media – and trust me, you shouldn’t – it seems everyone has become a quarantine guru. If I see that quote about how you should come out of isolation with a new skill or you’ve wasted it ONE MORE TIME, I might explode. Piss offffff! If you … More The Hunemployment Diaries: realistic tips for staying sane
Hi everyone! Just writing a little update on what’s been happening in my life recently. And surprise surprise, it revolves around the C word. But first, time for a better C word: a bit of context. Ever since I was 16, I’ve never not had a job. I worked at Wetherspoons and various other pubs/bars. … More The Hunemployment Diaries: being made redundant *before* Covid19
The world has coronapandemonium. So much so, that in the office we have vetoed the radio in favour of Spotify because we cannot listen to the hourly update of how the world is in peril (Pop Punk Powerhouses playlist, anyone?). The main government advice is to cover your mouth when you cough, sneeze into your … More Coronavirus or not: keep your grubby mitts away from me
Once upon a time in a land far away (Brighton), there lived a young woman who had lots of matches on Tinder and more dating stories than Jean from Sex Education. Spoiler alert: it was me. Now that I’ve been in a relationship for a Long Time, I can look back on some of the … More The boyfriend experience