I’ve seen a lot of brilliant shows during this years Edinburgh Fringe (Bethany Black: Unwinnable and Sooz Kempner: Super Sonic 90’s Kid being the stand outs) but there is one that has had me questioning myself and where I belong since I saw it which was Dharmander Singh’s show Bollywood and Birmingham to Berlin and Brexit.
Having just been through a “quarter life crisis” I am now setting myself goals to complete before I am 25. That gives me 2 and a half years to complete everything on the list – which definitely sounds like a lot more than it is. Why am I doing this? So that I ACTUALLY do
This is a tricky concept if you’re used to living for other peoples approval. For me this has come in the form of worrying far too much what people think of me. Instead of accepting the last piece of pizza that no one else was going to eat I always rejected it in the fear
For months, even years, I’ve been surprised at how “young” the people I went to school with were getting married, having kids, moving in together etc. The surprise came from a place of not realising how old I actually was. I went from school, to college, to uni and then to the job I’m currently
I’m sure we can all relate to struggling to get motivation. The times where you have lots of work to do, but sit and watch a season of your favourite show instead. There will be days, weeks or even months that you put off going to the gym due to lack of what you think
Birthdays become less significant the older you get, it seems. Once you’re past the age of 21 people stop caring. Sure, you have your big birthdays like 30, 40, 50 etc., but in between those birthdays are just a normal day where people pay slightly more attention to you and occasionally you receive gifts. I
Recently I have been struggling to convey my creative ideas in the correct way, some may say I’ve been suffering from a creative block of sorts. Up until tonight I’ve been stuck in that place with no movement of any kind. The trouble is I’d been focusing so hard on getting out of my rut that