During these uncertain times, I look at what I have struggled with so far during the pandemic and how I have tried to stay positive and dealt with the good, the bad and the difficult.
After the recent #suicide of a child who was being #bullied. I discuss the importance of standing up to what is misconstrued as #banter and why #bullying is still an issue today. There is no place for bullying in today’s world.
I explore how grief affected my passion for writing and created a mental block that I’m still struggling to move past. But in every negative, there is hope and a will to move forward.
2018: A Year in Review – I look back on 2018; what I’ve learned and how 2018 is defined for me. The theme of 2018 was relationships – starting and ending.
A very tiny update into the huge things that have been going on during my unintended break from blogging.
Looking at how easy it is to will away our time in order to start the next chapter – without realising how much those moments mean.
Friendships are either entirely fulfilling or sometimes a little deflating – I share what I’ve learned about friendships through adulthood and the lessons I’ve learned to accept
I’ve let go of ill-feelings and grudges to invite people I had left in the past back into my life. A discussion as to why sometimes it’s good to let things go.
The term ‘millennial’ has transformed from being a ‘generation definition’ to that of an insult over the past couple of years. Whilst it was once considered to be the epitome of youth, opportunities and a new era, it has since become an offensive figure of speech that one does no longer wish to be associated with.
Two months ago, I quit my job. I look back at how the decision impacted me and why I realised I made the best choice for myself.