This may sound random, but I’ve created my own little friendship formula. It’s like a self-made guide to deciphering the good friends, from the flakes. You see it’s hard in your 20’s. You learn loads, you change loads and then you come to realise that despite your flaws, you can only ever be happy if … More Culling your crew – why it’s OK to hit delete
Is it just me that’s had enough? The forced, shallow, completely transparent exposure of women in the media so far this year has been nothing short of infuriating. I have so many problems with this it’s hard to know where to start. So let’s start off with today’s news and work our way backwards. The … More Gender equality is bullshit and here’s why.
Those who know me well know I’ve had one hell of a year. After years and years of suppressing my feelings towards women I finally accepted it, embraced it and went with it. But with anything in life, it was not what I expected. Perhaps because I’d dreamt about being with a woman for so … More My gay year.
Can you remember the realisation that your parents are sometimes, occasionally wrong. You’ve grown up hanging on their every word – then one day. Out of nowhere you’re just like. You’re wrong. That’s not true. And your head implodes. At first you’re mad. Then you’re frustrated. Then disappointed. Then liberated. You realise you have your … More The almost 30 realisation
Depression feels like a really annoying family member that never really goes away. You think you’re rid of it for a while and then it comes knocking back on your front door, totally uninvited and when you least expect it. Then there are two thoughts that cross your mind. 1. What did I do to … More Slipping back into depression
Sometimes you think you’re doing all the right things to feel good, but you get so wrapped up you forget what it was you were supposed to be doing in the first place. I have so many amazing friends, but I’m not enjoying them as I should be. Because I’m not enjoying me on my … More It’s time for some alone time
If I was my friend, there would be advice I’d give. In fact I’d get pretty pissed off with myself. I know what I should do, but I just don’t do it. And I can apply it to every area of my life. It’s not until I had the freedom of being alone and the … More Why is it so hard to take your own advice?