And then, suddenly, you’re in the real world, and after two decades of external validation from assessments and set guidelines and standards…you have to work it out for yourself.
Celebrating Valentine's Day as a single woman isn't a sign of weakness, and it's nothing to feel embarrassed about. I should know.
"As with every other year, 2018 will no doubt be full of curveballs and plot twists. I will not focus on things that are harder to change or out of my control."
I may not be hitting the same milestones as others, but I am still grateful for the year that has passed. Find out about my 2017 highlights.
It's the most wonderful time of the year; but what is magical for some, can be unbearably difficult for others. Here are some of my favourite, easy ways to give generously this Christmas, and make a difference.
My monthly round up of things I've loved over the last month. I'm talking about the places I've been, the shows I've seen, and the little purchases I've made.
To me, thriving mentally means holding onto the things that make you feel your very best and remembering them when you feel at your worst (even if it's something as simple as painting your lips red)
This year so far I've been to two hen parties; one in the UK and one in Paris. Hen parties can be intimidating for introverts like myself, so here are my survival tips to ensure that you have the best time when you're feeling particularly shy or nervous.