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
If quitting my job has provided me with anything, it's thinking space. And if thinking space has provided me with anything, it's a list of things that I've considered since quitting my job - from the ones that are quite likely to happen (Odeon card, ear piercing) to those that are...slightly less likely (Brighton, Birmingham). … Continue reading A selection of things I’ve considered since quitting my job
Almost exactly two months ago, I handed in my notice at work, taking something of a leap of faith. Taking risks has never been my strength, but my time at my former job was bookended by just that. I was initially rejected for the job, but took the risk of calling and telling them they were … Continue reading On taking risks
It's been 6 months since my last post. Well done, Lizzi. Good work, fantastic regular blogging, round of applause! Somehow, we sailed through 2015 and seem to have landed at the end of January 2016. I've had 6 months of ideas float into my head...and then vanish again before I have a chance to put … Continue reading Resolutions.
I'm writing this from my seat on a flight to Copenhagen just as we are preparing for take off. It's that "turn your flight safe mode on" time - and the start of an hour and a half of enforced disconnection from the outside world. And this always gets me thinking of how peaceful it … Continue reading Disconnecting
It's been a while since I posted an update about my attempt to go sugar free, so I thought it was about time! I still haven't bought a bar of chocolate for myself, which I'm feeling very positive about. Other sweet things...well, that hasn't gone quite as well, but I'm working on that! I don't … Continue reading Enjoying the gym?!
I've spent the past couple of years talking about how I should travel more - see the world a little bit (other than my annual trip to Cyprus with my parents). The problem has always been who to travel with - I've always been slightly nervous of travelling alone. Travelling with friends always creates it's … Continue reading On Solo Travel – A Trip to Berlin