This post is a simultaneous depressing and uplifting one. It’s for the drifters, the creatives, the middle aged and the graduates. It’s for the people that find themselves settling, settling in a job, in a relationship and slowly but surely letting their very soul slip away from them… I see them every day: the settlers.… Continue reading Never give up on yourself!
Change happens every day. Change is what shapes us and our lives; it moves us forward and pulls us back. Some changes we can control & some we can’t. No matter what, change is usually a scary thing. The biggest uncontrollable change of your twenties is usually moving away from home or leaving university (and moving… Continue reading Change and it’s consequences.
When I was eighteen I was so sure I knew what I wanted to do. I wanted to act. I wanted to perform. I would go to drama school, train and that would be it. Someone would notice me and I would get what I want. I knew it would be hard but I knew… Continue reading When you want the world.
Not everyone will agree on these and obviously it depends what you studied. I studied an extremely creative subject; it was fun, rewarding and I learnt a lot however there are definite things that I feel university didn’t teach me and has somewhat hindered me when it comes to ‘real life’. 1. How to get… Continue reading 5 Things University doesn’t teach you..
This post is about how to love yourself and feel better on days when you feel like you just want to crawl into a dark corner and sleep. The reason I’m writing this post today is because that is exactly how I feel. If like me, you’re a little bit lost and you’re just trying… Continue reading Self Love…
A snapshot of my confusing graduate life, it might even mean something to you too.
All my life I have been told that University is essential. That to get far in life and to get a good job I need a degree. Well, now I have a degree and I know, to some extent what I want to do..I just don’t know where to start. Since leaving university I have… Continue reading Your degree is the key…or is it?