Adulthood · Covid-19 · Health · Instagram · Lifestyle · Mindfulness · Quarter Life Crisis

What’s that coming over the hill? Another Instagram challenge

You know it’s 2020 when you’re busy fearing for your life (thanks COVID) that you totally forgot to participate in the latest vague and confusing Instagram challenge. OOPS. That’s what happened to me when, between scoffing cheese sandwiches and mask shopping, I noticed a flood of black and white selfies on my feed. I quickly… Continue reading What’s that coming over the hill? Another Instagram challenge

Adulthood · Arts and Culture · Beauty · Covid-19 · Health · Lifestyle · Quarter Life Crisis

Quarantine Life Crisis

You know you're an adult in 2020 when Covid-19 is among us, it's the END OF THE WORLD and you've been tasked with doing your bit (and trying not to get dramatic about it). In order to stop the spread of this deadly virus and save lives, the majority of us have spent this year… Continue reading Quarantine Life Crisis

Adulthood · Arts and Culture · Brunch · Food and Drink · Health · Lifestyle · Quarter Life Crisis · Social Life

The Hunger Games: Bottomless Brunch

You know you're an adult when you start factoring 'drunken regrets' into your monthly budget. But you know you're an adult in 2019 when these drunken regrets mostly relate to Bottomless Brunch (oh dear). If you're new to Bottomless Brunch, it's a chance to shove as much Prosecco and Avocado in your face as you… Continue reading The Hunger Games: Bottomless Brunch

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Reader, I bought it (and now I regret it)

It was only the other day, when I was online shopping-not-shopping, I somehow pressed the 'order now, have it tomorrow!' button. As it turns out, the power of persuasion really doesn't make your dreams comes true... But it does bring you an unnecessary and probably not environmentally sustainable fancy dress costume. Friend: "what have you… Continue reading Reader, I bought it (and now I regret it)