I'm so grateful to 1D
Give me suggestions of things to do in the last month of my 20s.
In a few short hours, millions of people in the United Kingdom will be taking to the polls to (hopefully) decide who will be in charge of their country for the next five years. Except for perhaps some of the most astute political analysts, no one really knows what to expect tomorrow. Will Cameron be... Continue Reading →
A couple of months ago, in between late nights at the office and learning German, I wrote a guest piece for my friend and fabulous author (yes, I'm biased), Erin Lawless. It's about parents who post every nanosecond of their newborn's life on social media. It was/is, perhaps, a little controversial, but I quite enjoyed it... Continue Reading →
I have somewhat been neglecting my own blog of late. It is time to jump back in and put fingers to keyboard once again! [I promise I haven't been slacking! A little while ago I wrote a guest post for Erin Lawless, (if you're into books, writing or historical figures take a read of Erin's... Continue Reading →
With the first day of 2013 in its final hour (at least it is if you live on CET) it seems like the perfect time to share my experiences of my very first German New Year. After gathering at a flat in Frankfurt for drinks and nibbles, myself and four friends chose to brave the... Continue Reading →
Since my last post some unexpected things have happened. Firstly I found myself jobless after nearly three weeks in the foreign country I have chosen to call home for the next year or so. Secondly, I was also potentially homeless. What happened? I hear five concerned voices ask as they read. I could, at this... Continue Reading →