Do you ever find yourself feeling slightly overwhelmed when trying to keep on top of everything? Life can be busy and a little bit hectic in your twenties, so don't blame yourself if you feel like you never have any time to relax. Getting the right balance between a full time job or studying, seeing … Continue reading Finding time to relax
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It’s 8pm on a Friday night following a busy week and I’m in my pyjamas. A night filled of catching up on TV, a couple of G&Ts with my mum and an early night is in store. Sounds dreamy, right?
But my anxiety levels are rising, as I began scrambling around asking every single friend in close proximity what their plans are, and whether they fancy a ‘cheeky pub trip’. Friends begin replying detailing their plans, or (shock, horror) declining my invitation for a quiet night in. I’m starting to panic.
And then there’s a bite.
A couple of the boys are going to the pub – but not til 10pm – and in the next town over, a good 15 minute drives away. I’m knackered, I’m makeup-less and sporting my finest fleecey PJs, and essentially, have no desire to drive to the pub for one drink.
After practicing an…
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Having sailed through my teenage years with a total number of spots and blemishes that I could probably count on the fingers of one hand, it came as a slight shock when I found my face breaking out at the age of 22. My skin doesn't cause too much drama in my life (for the … Continue reading Product review: Skin care for spot-prone skin
I'll be the first to admit that change is something I find difficult. Perhaps the fact that I've known most of my best friends for over a decade (and I've become so used to their constant support, advice and friendship in that time) plays a role in this. I enjoy meeting new people and forming … Continue reading Why it’s okay to let go of people as you grow
So you’ve secured yourself a placement with your dream company - congratulations! You’ve already taken your first important step both in your career journey and in ensuring your CV will make an impact when you apply for jobs in the future, which is so important while in your twenties and at the beginning of your … Continue reading 5 ways to make a great impression during your work experience week
In my bedroom at university I had a quote pinned up; 'You will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do.' I found it in a magazine one day, tore it from the page and added it to my pin board of photos and quotes. You may … Continue reading ‘You will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do…’
I did it! This summer I completed my English Literature degree, celebrated my 2:1 at my graduation and moved back to the place and the people I had missed so much over the last three years. Don't get me wrong - university was great. I'm still glad I moved away to Cardiff and I truly … Continue reading Life After University
The way my friendships started to change in my twenties perhaps came as the biggest shock to me as I entered adulthood. Within the space of a few years I left school, left behind a group of people I spent every day with for the last seven years, and suddenly found myself and my closest … Continue reading Keeping Up With The…friends you used to see every day