Is it time to stop wearing the same clothes you do to work as you do on the weekend for the sake of creating boundaries? I’m assuming the title of this article are phrases that you’ve heard before. The idea of the … Continue reading Desk To Date/ Work To Weekend? Double Duty
How social media has what it means to be influential in a contemporary society. Scrolling through Tash Sefton’s Instagram I saw a post on Seed. The style of caption is something you are probably familiar with. It read: As you … Continue reading The Digital Influencer
Vans, pink pants and lots of navy. Oh and Birckenstocks, heaps of Birckenstocks. These seem to be all of the things I’m wearing, coveting and dreaming about. I’ve spoken about the sentimentality of fashion before but none seem more prevalent … Continue reading Pink Again
Addicted to shopping? It’s a thing. I googled it. You may have noticed that the ‘anti haul’ is a tag that’s popping up more and more on YouTube. People running through items they’re not going to buy and why. I … Continue reading A Shopping Addiction And The Rise Of The Anti Haul
The modern workplace is a bloody moral minefield. Hallway chats are something I need to stop walking into. Pardon the pun. Hallway chats are like some weird pressured game in which you start with ‘Nice shoes’ and end with ‘My neighbours daughter visits once a week and said the same thing’. I think that it’s got to do with the weird time constraints and passing of one another. Towards the end of last year I made a vow that I would stop making conversation in the corridors at work. Mainly because I always seemed to talk in a weird tone or at … Continue reading At Work: Hallway Chats
Probs not. Okay we can all go home now. KIIIDDDDIINNNNGGG. I may have written about my Marie Kondo love before but I am still on this bandwagon. The clearing out/shopping/eBay bandwagon which takes up way more headspace than it should. Seriously. I thought culling was meant to make life simpler, not make me second guess whether I still, in fact I have too much stuff? I have started to realise, perhaps a little belatedly, that, this clear out stuff, in one way, is all just a big test as to whether I can indeed let go of certain aspects of … Continue reading Marie Kondo and The eBay Obsession: Will I Ever Be A True Minimalist?
Innovative. Groundbreaking. Trail-blazer. One of a kind. None of the above are words I would use to describe myself, unless they have the word ‘not’ in front of them. Or after them, if people are still making not jokes you … Continue reading F*ck This Shit