Oh hey there! Remember me? I was that girl that occasionally blogged and then went M.I.A for four months. Well, I’m baaaaaack! Where have I been you ask? Well I took a little trip down startup lane, and that sort of took over my entire life for four months so there was very little time for me to blog, or do little else, for that … Continue reading The startup world chewed me up and spat me out.
I came across this video today and it struck a particular chord with me. It feels like one of the most common questions twenty-somethings ponder is “What do I really want to do with my life?”, and this video encourages you think about that proposition in it’s most rawest form. If money was NO object, what would you do? Given that I jus had a … Continue reading What if money was no object? What would you do?
If you have not yet come across Lisa Messenger or the magazine she is editor-in-chief of, Renegade Collective, you need to CANCEL all your plans and go out and grab yourself a copy RIGHT NOW. RIGHT NOW. Hands down the most inspiring magazine for business women on the market – I’m obsessed with it, and in turn, obsessed with Lisa Messenger. If you are sick of … Continue reading Book Review: Daring & Disruptive by Lisa Messenger
Since taking a demotion and changing career paths I have discovered I have all of this new found energy and free time. I’m finishing at 5pm on the dot and am no longer stressed, exhausted and burnt out – amazing what a difference not hating your job can have! I’m aware there are limits to how much development and learning I can gain in my new … Continue reading 5 Inspiring Ted Talks for Twenty-Somethings
I’ve realised after leaving university and moving cities, away from the people that I have grown up with, that making new friendships as an adult is a whole other ball game. It isn’t the same as when you were a kid. You would just sit down beside someone, starting having a chat, and that was it – Best Friends Forever. Nowadays I’m meeting people on a regular … Continue reading How to make friends as a ‘grown-up’
I always wanted this platform to first and foremost be a positive creative outlet for me, and secondly, to provide something of real value to the world. ‘Value to the world’ is perhaps a bit intense… After all this blog is just a very, VERY small fish in a pond almost infinitely large, the internet. But if even just one person came across this and could relate … Continue reading Creating something valuable
I did it. Today, I broke up with my career. After the realisation that I wasn’t happy, I decided that my current career path was not for me and started looking for other opportunities. I wasn’t really sure what I wanted to do, or where I wanted to go. But I knew what I didn’t like, and that was enough to start the process of … Continue reading I broke up with my career today.
My new years resolution was to live within my means. IT SOUNDS SO LAME. Even just writing it feels lame. Why such a sensible, boring resolution you might ask? Well, last year my new years resolution was to say YES and try more new things. I had an amazing, whirlwind of a year, but what it meant was that I also had a very expensive year. … Continue reading Living within your means is lame, but being financially healthy is cool.
Just FYI, I think I am experiencing a mid-twenties freak out. Or what’s more commonly referred to as a quarter-life crisis. I just read a Buzzfeed article titled ’10 signs you’re having a quarter-life crisis’ and agreed with basically everything in the article, so if that’s not a surefire diagnosis, I don’t know what is. Wikipedia defines the quarter-life crisis as: A period of life … Continue reading I think I’m having a quarter-life crisis
Our generation apparently wants to ‘have it all’. But do we? Because where I’m sitting it seems like there are an awful lot of things that are expected of us nowadays, and I’m not sure that we ever asked for it – I somehow think life just started getting a little crazy, we all ran with it, and now its a standard requirement to live … Continue reading FYI I don’t want to ‘have it all’, it’s quite exhausting actually.