As a woman in my 20s, it is not uncommon that I’m asked the question “so, when are you having kids?” or am told “oh well, when you have kids...”
It's been a busy few weeks for me, and an overwhelming few weeks (in a good way). Whilst COVID-19 has undoubtedly been an unexpected event in all of our lives, I also rather surprisingly decided to switch jobs during this pandemic and have since experienced virtual onboarding into my new role. I have been in … Continue reading Virtual onboarding when starting a new job
Everyone knows that I'm a sucker for a coffee and a nice setting to drink it in, which is why I can often be found sitting in the window of a cafe, daydreaming with a mocha in hand. In July, I was visiting the wonderful city that is Brighton and so naturally I found somewhere … Continue reading Cafe Coho: Brighton
Sometimes, love isn't enough of a reason to stay. This is true in romantic love, friendship and in other areas of life stuch as careers.
This is a recipe that I thought I'd share, which I have been baking with my nan since I was little! I think she discovered the recipe in an old Co-Op or Somerfield magazine and then we adapted it a bit.
I've been feeling a little stressed lately, and thanks to a nagging injury I can't run out my stresses or frustrations and swimming and a massage are out until places near me re-open properly. So, I did what any girl does when she needs a little treat - I shopped!
This blog is all about my first post-lockdown food and drink adventure where I grabbed a coffee and enjoyed some tacos and margaritas in Bristol.
Those of you that know me will know that I looove coffee, and well I guess it is kind of in the blog name. So, last month I decided to give Pact Coffee a go as I'd read that they do coffee subscriptions. Pact Coffee are on a mission to provide coffee lovers with delicious … Continue reading Trying out my first subscription from Pact Coffee
As we begin to ease out of lockdown, or atleast the UK's poor attempt at a lockdown, and begin to restore some areas of our country to more normality I have found myself reflecting on the little silver linings I found during lockdown. I am lucky enough to still have had full time work throughout … Continue reading Finding the silver linings in lockdown
Hey everyone! So, this is my first post of 2020 and my first post in absolutely ages... I sort of lost momentum, motivation, and inspiration as myself and my ex broke up in October and it hit me pretty hard. However, here I am. Still fighting, still pushing, and feeling ready to take lots of … Continue reading How counselling restored my sanity