Let's face it. We are a generation addicted. Us millenials just can't get enough of mobile technology. The name of this post is half-borrowed from a book that tackles that very subject. Wi-Fi has become a daily essential (the lack of which can cause some severe withdrawals, leading to desperate purchases of flat whites just … Continue reading Breaking up with your Phone
Hello again, it has been a while. Too long really. I haven't felt much motivation for anything to be honest but inspiration has spontaneously reappeared, and here I am. I'm going to be sharing lots with you from my recent visit to Italy, starting today with my favourite place; the stunning town of Positano. … Continue reading Postcard From Positano: A Travel Guide
Ever since I was a whipper-snapper I have adored reading; staying up far after my bedtime to finish that next page etc. - Rebel from the very start, I know. However, the world of Harvard Referencing soon took over and I took a short and not so welcome break from the world of literary delights. … Continue reading What I’ve Been Reading: Summer Reading List
What does it mean to be woke? Social media trend, or conversation opener?
I'm the kind of gal that questions whether their having an existential crisis, daily. Questions pop up all over my brain like frantic explosions of stress and confusion, and trust me they've recently been popping and crackling like fireworks. "What do I want from life?" "What truly makes me happy?" We rarely question euphoria … Continue reading Things That Make Me Happy
As if it's May in a matter of hours? I sound like a broken record here but how fast is this year going?! April has seen many showers, a mini heatwave and at the start, admittedly far too much chocolate. I started the month with a mini break in a very rainy albeit scenic Northumberland, … Continue reading April Musings and Favourites
After many months of picking up, then embarassingly dropping off my latest read 'Nasty Women', I can finally say I've read it cover to cover. Acknowledgements and all. The collection of essays detailing life as a 21st century woman was both eye-opening as well as frighteningly close to home. I found myself nodding throughout it's … Continue reading Sisterhood