There are few things that I love more than curling up with a stack of good books and a warm blanket as the seasons change from cool to colder in…
Gone are the days of endless holiday eating and festive movie watching… We’ve left Christmas and New Year’s behind. We’ve welcomed 2018, set New Year’s resolutions, and have just started…
We’re heading into 2018 with our new routines and we’re ready to improve things that have been bugging us for the past year. One of the complaints that I hear…
When I was first diagnosed with bipolar disorder at 19 years old, I never thought about how it might affect my career. At the time, I didn’t even know what…
With so many creative design ideas available online, we can always find inspiration for our own homes. Whether it’s taking the advantage of gadgets/technology with knowtheflo.com or finding the perfect…
I’ve never been much for a self-help book and haven’t been able to get through a single one until I found Lagom; The Swedish Art of Living a Balanced, Happy Life, by Niki Brantmark. I was hooked.
Nomi Leasure: “You’re uncomfortable and don’t know what you want. A relationship won’t fix that. It’s not a placeholder for drive, ambition or fulfilment.”
You don’t have to be rich, a staunch eco-warrior or a vegetarian/vegan to go cruelty free. Here’s how to take your first steps towards ethical consumerism.
I was in the middle of my hunt of an antidote for anxiety. Finally, I found something interesting: an Instagram account called @MintySlimey. There, Emily Feng, the admin, posts videos of different textures and colors of … wait for it… slime.
Do you ever feel like you have way too much on your mind and can’t even think of where to start so you just put yourself into a panic instead? I don’t know about you but it is quite often that I am feeling overwhelmed by stress lately. I think my problem is that I over commit to things.
When you google “can going on your phone too much can affect the shape of your thumbs?”, maybe it’s time to put down the phone.
Workaholics Day – what are we really celebrating? Although hard work is always commendable, should we be honouring a cultural mindset of being overworked and underappreciated?
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The ugly truth is that there is no trick for moving on. Band aids don’t fix bullet holes, only time and an active effort to be happy will ‘fix’ you.
In time, my blog became a personal diary of my journey through university, until I eventually wanted to move on to more professional things.