Five things you come to realise when you move out of your parents

I’m 23 years old and about four months ago I moved out of my parents, for what I hope, is the last time. I first moved out when I was 18 to University, from one of the smallest city’s in the UK to the capital, London. My experiences as a student in London were unforgettable […]

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Blogger Recognition Award

Early last week I was thrilled to find out that charliechatters was nominated for The Blogger Recognition Award by Rika Confesses. I really appreciate the nomination and the fact that, despite being a new discovery for Rika, she thought my small blog was worth the mention. Rika Confesses is generally a badass blog that makes […]

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Exploring something new

Usually entering Monday morning, I would feel apprehensive for the week ahead. I allowed myself to become trapped by a routine, forgot about putting some time aside for myself. Yes, I would read and play video games but almost to structure. My commute time is set aside for a book and after dinner I play […]

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Why everyone should stop what they’re doing and read Rubyfruit Jungle

Title: Rubyfruit Jungle Author: Rita Mae Brown Pages: 246 First published: 1973 Blurb: “Molly Bolt is a young lady with a big character. Beautiful, funny and bright, Molly figures out at a young age that she will have to be tough to stay true to herself in 1950s America. In her dealings with boyfriends and […]

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The best literary father figure

Today in the United Kingdom, Sunday 18th June, is fathers day. In my opinion, having strong parental figures in your life is really important (I do believe, both motherly and fatherly roles can be filled by one parent, or even someone who cares dearly). I came up with the idea of writing a blog post based […]

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Life is Strange: Before the Storm

I legitimately do not have time to write this post, but I cannot contain my excitement any longer, nor do I want to. So here it is, while I’m on my lunch break (and now, at home after a 13 hour day at work- because I didn’t have time to finish earlier). This morning I […]

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At long last

I sit and close my eyes, I can hear the swirl of the washing machine downstairs, cars passing by my house. I feel the warmth on my legs from the sun, breaking through my bedroom blinds. I feel so, relaxed. I’m a Marketing and Communications Intern in the Third Sector. I love my job, but […]

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