A letter to all the women in my life

I am so fortunate to know so many incredible women from so many walks of life. Some of you are businesswomen, running your own companies and building your own empires, and I'm so proud to be one of you. We are changing the face of our industries, and I can't wait to see what we've all … Continue reading A letter to all the women in my life

Self-Employed Problems.

Lately, I seem to have been suffering from a major confidence crisis. It feels like I'm going round in ever-decreasing vicious circles of not being able to finish things, which doesn't help with the whole confidence thing, which gives me less motivation to finish things, which doesn't help with the confidence...you get the point. Circles. Decreasing. … Continue reading Self-Employed Problems.

A selection of things I’ve actually done since quitting my job

A while back (read: almost 8 months ago) I wrote a silly little post called A selection of things I've considered since quitting my job.  Truth be told, I actually knew what I was planning on doing at the time, but wasn't in the position to actually share it yet - so I figured I should kickstart my … Continue reading A selection of things I’ve actually done since quitting my job

30 Reasons Not To Hand In A Bibliography

Usually, Facebook memories just reminds me of regrettable hairstyles (blonde was not my colour...), embarrassing statuses and friends I haven't spoken to in years. Today, it's reminded me of something very, very different - a quite spectacular bit of procrastination from my final year of my undergraduate degree. (Though I say so myself) So for those … Continue reading 30 Reasons Not To Hand In A Bibliography