I often feel slightly disingenuous by only showing you the tiny details of what it’s like to be a writer. Today I’m going to counterbalance that by telling you what it’s actually like. Buckle up people and let me take you on a mediocre journey that you’ll no doubt soon forget. 8 a.m. I wake … More A Day In The Life Of A Struggling Writer
I find myself relating to Autumn in a way that I have never done before. It turns out that this year, me and the ol’ season of transformation have quite a bit in common. It feels like the beginning of a fresh start. Change is on the horizon and I find myself in a position … More Outfit ideas for Autumn writing days
It hit home that I’m a fully fledged adult a few days ago when my friend Sophia gave me a ring and asked what I was up to. I found myself reply “I’m just off to buy some fabric softener mate.” And then BOOM. Like a frisbee to the head, it hit me. There’s no … More An Official Goodbye To My Younger Self.
“If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will get you there.” – Lewis Carroll For a long time, I remember feeling resentful when my parents told me that we were leaving the bright lights of the city in exchange for fields, nothing being open past 5 o’clock and long waits in traffic because … More Wisteria Lane
We often spend so much time encapsulated in our own journeys without even realising that there are over seven billion individuals, living their own narrative, dealing with their own successes and their own relationships. My fascination with people and their stories led me to create “Voices That Need To Be Heard”. I want to speak to … More Voices That Need To Be Heard: A Conversation with Writer Sylvie Nickels
Alright geezers? I’m in such a good mood today. The sun is shining, I’m on top of my to-do list and I’m sat with Flo whilst drinking coffee and demolishing a croissant. This is what happiness looks like for me. When I was younger, I would forever be rearranging my furniture in a bid to … More Trinkets and Treasures
Sacré-Coeur Montmartre Coming Home Un jour á se rappeler For me, the last day visiting anywhere feels pretty magical. I suppose it’s that feeling of wanting to take in your surroundings even more than before because you’re not sure when you’ll be visiting next. Waking up knowing that we were retuning home most certainly had … More The Paris Diaries: Our Last Day