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Posted Leave a commentPosted in lifestyle, motivation, personal, positivity, psychology, travel, Uncategorized

Being out of your comfort zone is the most valuable place you can be, but when your traveling, keeping a few home comforts with you help keep you content. When you’ve got those little things by your side to keep you happy it’s the difference between calling your mum for a chat, or drunk dialling her when you’re […]


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Read the original version over on award-winning online magazine The Debrief >>> There’s not a phrase in the English language that’s better at making us lose our global boner than climate change. When you mention it, you’re met with either a defeated sigh, a flippant laugh or ‘It’s all bullshit the media feeds us’. Well, […]

Self love: Finally, it’s cool again.

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It’s been a long time coming. For most of my life, the conversation has revolved around what you look like not what you do to look after yourself. But now, the online world is all about self love. It’s high time we had a trend that actually benefits us, that could potentially help us to make […]

online harassment, a letter to my online stalker

Online harassment: An open letter to my online stalker

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I went to a pretty mediocre school. I was a good student. Had been bullied pretty badly as a kid and I grew up being a friend to anyone and everyone. I didn’t have any enemies. We didn’t talk much at all, but you seemed like an alright guy. I left school with good grades, went […]

Greek Food: The Vegetarian Edition

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Italian, Thai, Tapas… what pops in your head when you’re wondering what to make for dinner? Not Greek. For some reason Greek food isn’t typically found at a trendy Shoreditch pop up, and there’s not a whole lot of 7 second mediterranean delights cooked on Tasty’s Facebook page. Why not? Greek cuisine is tactile, sociable […]

Equality: Raising boys and girls the same way.

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You can’t scroll on Tumblr for five minutes without seeing the equality tagline 21st century :  “Raise boys and girls the same way.” It’s printed on a short sleeve t-shirt, bags, posters… you name it. It feels empowering- a fist in the air feminist quote demanding gender equality. At 18 scrolling through Tumblr- when I first saw […]

Greek Islands: Why you should visit

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Ignore The Sun and The Mirror, if you want welcoming warm locals, stunning scenery, jaw dropping local produce and bang for your buck, visit The Greek Islands. The room to discover There’s no reason not to travel to major Greek cities like Athens, they’re still bustling cultural hubs. But The Greek Islands are relatively unaffected […]

Desert Island Discs: The three albums i’ll take with me.

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While preparing to move away i’ve been stressing about what to pack. My mum is going to top herself if she hears “will 20 razors be enough to control my leg hair for that long though”, or “how long will 4 jars of peanut butter last me?” one more time. The one thing I have completely sorted […]

Raising a glass to some of the women who inspire me.

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If you’re lucky, there’ll be some kick-ass gals in your life that make you want to do more, be more (and hang out with them more). I’m hashtag blessed to have a shit ton of the kind of awe inspiring, strong women around me that make me want to be a little more like them. Amy, the […]

The Happiness Planner; A diary with a difference.

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Each day there’s a “what I hope for tomorrow” section. Ooh I just love this. It’s the sort of optimistic daydreaming you did as a kid as you fell asleep all snuggled up in bed, thinking about what tomorrow would bring…