I was listening to the radio on my way home from work the other day and the subject of our love for inanimate objects became an interesting topic of discussion. We often profess our love for friends, places and animals; but offering declarations for “things” we use, wear or see every day rarely receive the...Read More
It’s good to be sociable. Growing up we are invited to birthday party after birthday party. We form big groups of friends that we may take with us as we venture up to high school. It is here that we want to get out of the house, see our friends every evening and fully book...Read More
Speaking to my friend the other day, it seems I’m not the only one who often feels consumed by work. Lately I feel as though my work/life balance isn’t quite where I want it to be. I feel it’s unbalanced in fact, that I find myself thinking more and more about work when I’m not...Read More
It’s funny, isn’t it, that as you grow older you start to adopt and pick up on different interests and hobbies. Watching and hearing all about the Chelsea Flower Show this week reminded me of my ever-growing love for gardening. Perhaps it’s finally having a garden that I can call my own, but it’s only...Read More
We always find ourselves leaning towards different colours, don’t we? Not only in the paint colour we choose for the walls of our homes, or in the cars we buy, but of course within our wardrobes too. The shades we wear is perhaps the biggest decision we make when it comes to choosing colour. It’s...Read More
Growing up, I was never one to dream about my big white wedding. I thought about the job I would be doing perhaps, or the house I might be living in, but planning out my Big Day seldom crossed my mind. I thought about love of course – or rather finding love – but my...Read More
As we grow up, we find ourselves with different interests and enjoying different hobbies. Perhaps it was colouring or puzzles when we were 5, making and crafting when we were 7, playing house when we turned 9 or playing sport as we left primary school and entered our teenage years. These likes and hobbies continue...Read More
When we first join primary school, it is perhaps our first foray into true friendship. We meet so many different people, from different backgrounds. We don’t hold any grudges or reservations, but rather make friends with everyone. From primary school through to high school, we may hold onto these friendships. Or we may part ways...Read More
I was talking to my colleague the other day, who just so happens to work in social media, and the topic of Instagram inevitably came up. It’s no secret that the success of this app lies largely in nosiness. We love to see inside the lives of others, don’t we? The rise of ‘interior instagrammers’...Read More
I remember writing a post last year just before I turned 29, all about the prospect of turning 30. It feels as though that year has gone terribly quickly and before I know it, I’ll soon be 30. It seems such a milestone, doesn’t it? The big 3.0. Growing up, it always seemed like such...Read More
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