Networking as an introvert.

I enjoy a good ‘What it’s like to be an introvert’ article. A collection of memes from Tumblr and Twitter, a doodle on Instagram and my thumb double-tabs the screen quicker than you can say ‘Sorry, I’ve got plans already’.…

On becoming a ‘girl boss’.

Photos by Pippa O’Neill When I wake up in the middle of the night, that’s where my mind races the fastest. Put rain or a thunderstorm in and I will get my pen and paper out, grab my thoughts and…

Dating with social anxiety.

  A while back, I wrote a post about why dating apps don’t work for me. I told you all about my romantic side, how I want to meet people in real life rather than over an app that has…

A realisation.

In my final yearbook, people could anonymously vote for what they think you’ll do after graduating. It was meant to be funny and not to be taken seriously. For me, it said, “She’ll drive through Australia in her VW bus…

Complete honesty.

March 2017. You might have noticed that I took some time off social media lately. Or you might not have noticed at all. Because if I’m completely honest – no one really reads this or cares for my tweets or…

30 degrees and the first days in Brighton.

As I’m sure you will have noticed if either a) you’re from the UK or b) follow people living in the UK on social media, we’ve recently been hit by a bit of a heat wave. And if I was…

Flaws and imperfections.

I recently attempted vlogging for the first time. I was incredibly motivated to finally kickstart my YouTube channel, document my life, get editing and be creative. It took me exactly half a day to delete all footage because I couldn’t…

Regret.

Unarguably one of the worst feelings in the world. Built and encouraged by your good friend hindsight, regret eats away at your soul until you’re holey and incomplete, knowing that you can’t undo something. A decision made, reevaluated with an…

The best thing I never had.

I’ve been feeling a rollercoaster of emotions lately. The uncertainties and obstacles, the freedom and liberation, the nervousness and excitement – it all got a bit much and my little heart was a bit overwhelmed. But what I couldn’t cope…