Career Stuff, Personal posts, Well Being & Mental Health

On Feeling Lost (and a surprise blog announcement!)

The last couple of weeks I've been stuck in a bit of a slump. I've been feeling kind of lost since moving from London at the end of last year, but recently it's been pulled into sharp focus. I figured it was natural; I've uprooted from my home for the past 5 years, I don't have… Continue reading On Feeling Lost (and a surprise blog announcement!)

Personal posts, Well Being & Mental Health

On The Struggles of Raising Myself

Something which I’m realising more and more as I grow up and enter into the ‘adult world’ is how much of your world view is shaped by your parents, and more broadly your family. From your early insights into relationships, through to examples of appropriate behaviour, and seeing what a career looks like, kids are… Continue reading On The Struggles of Raising Myself

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The Grad Diaries – Getting Your Foot in The Door (and giving yourself a break)

Today I have good news. Not just good, GREAT news. I am incredibly proud and excited to announce that in two weeks, I will be starting my new job as Participation and Customer Service Intern at The Children's Society, working on their Young Carers in Focus project. To say this is a dream job for… Continue reading The Grad Diaries – Getting Your Foot in The Door (and giving yourself a break)

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The Grad Diaries – Not Giving In To ‘Perfect Life’ Syndrome

The pressure to have the perfect life is everywhere. From friends' Facebook pages littered with pictures of amazing holidays and fabulous days out, to that one girl in your office who just got engaged, it's easy to compare your life to others, and feel that you fall short. When it comes to the end of… Continue reading The Grad Diaries – Not Giving In To ‘Perfect Life’ Syndrome