10 Memorable Travel Moments 2016

  Although most of 2016 saw me working and saving hard for the big finale in November (the start of one year in Australia) I still managed to cover┬áthree continents in one year. I consider this to be a complete…

CHRISTMAS ON THE MOVE

  Most people’s first reaction when I announced, “I’m leaving for warmer climates, ciao!” was, ‘but you’ll be gone over Christmas?‘ After a while it began to irritate me, so what if I was gone for Christmas? I just couldn’t…

ANXIETY | THE PILL, WORK & CREATIVITY

Like an approximate 5% of the UK population (*NHS.uk) I have been diagnosed with Generalised Anxiety Disorder, a long-term condition where struggling with high levels of anxiety becomes a day to day challenge, and produces both physical and mental effects. …

Thoughts on my Masters Degree

Deciding to do a Masters degree requires a heck of a lot of thought. Unlike your Bachelors, they are not covered by the same Student Loans company (unless you do a combined degree, but we’ll discuss that later), and you’re…

Thoughts on Sexual Assault

I’ve said before on my blog, in a post titled ‘I wore make up, am I single or cheating?’ that I don’t think about feminist issues much. I had believed that as a woman living in Britain, my concerns regarding…