Tag Archive: advice

February 26, 2016 - Written by:

Dear 12 Year Old Self…..


I know you think you’re too cool to listen to my advice and you think you know everything about life. However, the truth is you don’t actually know that much, and there is so much you have yet to discover about yourself and the world. I’m now considered an ‘adult’ and I can tell you, even now, there are so... Read the rest of this post...


October 22, 2015 - Written by:

Mind: Five Ways To Well-Being


In the next year, 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health issue. That’s pretty scary, right? But don’t panic, the mental health charity ‘Mind’ have five steps to maintaining a healthy well-being. These are steps that we can all incorporate into our daily lives: 1. Connect Relationships are important for keeping ourselves connected to those we love... Read the rest of this post...


October 21, 2015 - Written by:

Is The ‘New’ Age Making You Ungrateful Or Ambitious?


Do you have food, shelter and good people around you? Do you have a job and some money in your pocket, not rich but definitely enough to get by and go to Shoreditch once a month, eat out and have some fun? People around you praise your achievements and tell you how ‘lucky’ you are?  That you should not really... Read the rest of this post...


October 8, 2015 - Written by:

The Under-Experienced Over-Qualified Twenty-Something-Year-Old

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Having to do job applications when you’re on the first day of your period should be illegal. In an un-written rule sense. A universal understanding that it’s actually better for everyone if you make a soft nest, swathed in pug puppies and furry cats, hot-water bottles, slouchy clothes and an all-day run of the Gilmore Girls. (Image via) Alas, I... Read the rest of this post...


August 28, 2015 - Written by:

You Are Valuable


So the last couple of weeks have been extremely important for all those who were receiving their results. Young people up and down the country were making their decisions on what to do next. It is a huge decision, not least because of the amount of pressure put upon you from peers, parents and teachers. That, in itself, is enough... Read the rest of this post...


August 4, 2015 - Written by:

Ouch! Growing Pains and Why We Should Embrace Them

Goodbye Hello

Recently, someone who was a major fixture in my life has stepped down. It was a mutual decision, which was painful for both of us, but it had to happen. We simply weren’t able to give each other what we needed and so, with sadness and still a lot of love in our hearts, we parted. I’m not going to... Read the rest of this post...


May 20, 2015 - Written by:

CAREER: What Does Success ‘LOOK’ Like?


I have been thinking recently about how easy it is to determine if someone is successful based on how they ‘look’ on their public profiles. When I use the term ‘look’ I am referring to not only their face, but also how they portray themselves on social media platforms, which is a HUGE thing nowadays. I want to scratch your brain on a few things... Read the rest of this post...