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  • 30.3.2017

Sitting At The Window Seat

In general, I am a pretty relaxed traveller; long journeys don’t intimidate me and I don’t need much more than a sleeping bag, toilet, and shower to happily bed down for the night, but one thing I am particular about is sitting at the window seat. It seems petty to kick up a fuss about such a small […]

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  • 17.3.2017

Independent Magazines You Need To Add To Your Reading List – Favourites #3

I love to read but being severely dyslexic books were always a huge task for me, so I found my solace in magazines. With their mix of imagery and words they were a great source of knowledge, entertainment and escapism. Over the past 10 years I have thrown out trashy celebrity magazines and replaced them […]

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  • 26.1.2017

Getting A Smear Test

It’s Cervical Cancer Prevention Week so I thought I would share my smear test experience with you. I knew it was coming, yet the day my smear test letter dropped on the doormat I hoped that they had got the wrong address. I have a lot of anxiety about my body and the thought of being […]

  • 21.1.2017

Women’s March On London

Today I joined the Women’s March in London and though I went alone I could not have felt more part of something. Getting off the tube at Bond Street station I turned down a side street and was met with a wall of people holding signs waiting patently to begin our walk to the US […]

  • 31.12.2016

New year, same you

New Year is a great time to reflect, but resolutions aren’t for me. My brain doesn’t work with structure and I have finally stopped playing by other people’s rules. Writing a list doesn’t make me want to achieveme more but instead makes me anxious that I haven’t done enough. So, rather than using the passing […]

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  • 15.12.2016

#2006v2016 – The Diffence A Decade Can Make

Sometimes you don’t realise how much you have changed until you have time to reflect. This week the #2006v2016 hashtag was trending, I loved looking through others people’s pictures from then and now, so began to search for my own. Looking back into the beginnings of my Facebook profile for the first year my face […]