A quarter life crises is something us twenty somethings love to joke about. However I do believe it is a real thing, times are tough for our generation and sometimes the pressure of it all can get to us. Here are some things I have personally experienced and how I overcome them. Let me know… Continue reading Quarter Life Crisis?
I know this post won’t resonate with many people however it was requested and as it’s something I have recently gone through I thought I would share my tips for others considering it (do not fear, my blog will be back to its usual theme next week). If you had asked me a year or… Continue reading Tips for transitioning to a Vegan lifestyle.
We are Generation Y (the millennials), we are right between Generation X (The boomers) and Generation Z. Every generation has a set of distinct traits that it is known for and I was thinking, what are we known for? 1. Social media. We love social media, it wasn’t around when we were really young… Continue reading Who are Gen Y?
Sometime little things can be so much more than minor annoyances, here are a few of my top pet peeves. I feel like they’re pretty relatable but then again maybe I am just a grumpy sod. 1: People who walk in the middle of the road. You’re on your way to work. Taking up very… Continue reading Pet Peeves. Oh how they peeve us.
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.