For myself and other freelancer friends, I know that work is drying up. Jobs and contracts are becoming harder to come by and what were your ‘safe clients’ now seem less concrete. For those of us who are self-employed, the world can seem somewhat turbulent and unsettling at the moment. To ease some work-based tensionContinue reading “Working on it: 2. How to manage your team and workflow online”
For myself and other freelancer friends, I know that work is drying up. Jobs and contracts are becoming harder to come by and what were your ‘safe clients’ now seem less concrete. For those of us who are self-employed, the world can seem somewhat turbulent and unsettling at the moment. To ease some work-based tensionContinue reading “Working On It: 1. What to work on when there’s no work on.”
Everything can seem upside down at the moment, but checking your news App at 3-minute intervals isn’t going to solve anything. Rather than going stir crazy and spending way too much time on screens here are 5 things you can be doing when you can’t do all too much! Catch up with yourself Most ofContinue reading “What to do when you can’t do much!”
So here’s something that’s been on my mind for the last couple of weeks…Instagram! I’ve really been going through a phase of just feeling really stuck on the thing! One way that I get a lot of traffic to these little scribbles is via the old ‘gram, I use it to promote my work andContinue reading “The Feed”
Today I thought I’d note down some of the things which I’m grateful for. Here they are! Female friendships Since returning to University and navigating yet another exam period, I’ve become ever more acutely aware of how wonderful and complex my female friendships are. I’m so grateful for all of the girls and female friendshipsContinue reading “Today I am grateful for”
In 2019, I lived in 3 countries, became self employed, ran my first half marathon and started my final year of studies as an undergraduate. There were many highs, a lot of love and adventures and -inevitably- some pretty major meltdowns! Here are most major moments from 2019… January At the grand old age ofContinue reading “2019: A look back”
Last year I wrote down my goals and ‘starting points’ for 2019, I enjoyed refering back to them and publishing them helped keep me accountable. You can read what my 2019 goals were here. This January I’ve decided to scribble down my initial goals going into the new decade again and here they are: ReadContinue reading “2020: My Goals”
The 6 month countdown to graduation is on, I’m getting good grades but I’ve never in my life felt like I’m failing more than now. Week 9 blues, that’s what everyone’s calling it at Uni at the moment but if we’re all being truthful I think it began part of the way through week 3Continue reading “Feeling like failing”
When was the last time you cleared your schedule and jumped on a train for a day out in a city near where you live? For me it was a long time ago, whilst my boyfriend was over in the U.K. from Germany I took the opportunity to both show him how varied England canContinue reading “York: wizzards, scones and castles”
A week ago today, probably around this time, I was huffing and puffing my way around the Manchester Half marathon. The blisters are, thankfully, now more or less gone, the medal is perched on my book shelf and I’m back to being able to walk up and down stairs normally. The day The build upContinue reading “My first half marathon”
Relationship chat isn’t usually my thing here, with a job that’s so online, I love to keep the most precious parts of my life offline. But whenever it comes up in conversation that my boyfriend lives in a different country to me I’m always met with really sympathetic eyes and expressions of ‘oh that must be so hard.’ Truth be told, it can be tricky but it also can be pretty wonderful and today we’re here to chat about that part…
I listen to a lot of great podcasts, most of which are about fitness, entrepreneurship or self care and empowerment. I listen to mostly female produced and focused podcasts and they really have become an important part of my daily routine. One thing that is often mentioned in these podcasts is how to navigate situationsContinue reading “Saying no: a note on personal boundaries”
One week until I can stop bothering you all with half marathon chat! (And not get on a treadmill for a significant amount of time!)
Day 02 Name: Prenzlauer baby! Work the am. Chill the pm. Perfect for: Freelancers, busy people or anyone who’s got a day with a few coffee meetings but some time to fill in-between. Pick and choose locations and activities from our day to make it work for you!
A few weeks ago I left the hum of the big city in the search for some fresh air! My boyfriend and I visited the Zillertal in Austria. Having spent many summers and winters here I am already completely convinced it is one of Austrias most breathtaking corners, and after just 10 days he wasContinue reading “A rainy-day in the Zillertal”
Heya, this is ten to ten. my new mini blog series guiding you through my favourite activities and days in Berlin. We start off with a coffee at ten am and end with an even stronger drink at ten pm. Come along for the ride!
Make-up and body care which helps animals, the environment, your skin, your make-up bag… and doesn’t break the bank!
…I mean a strict budget! Rent, uni, deadlines, work and whatever else: a lot is usually going on but let’s be realistic students (usually) have a lot of free time. How you decide to use it is the key question!
Everything I had the opportunity to do whilst living abroad for a year and didn’t.
As mainstream as Marie Kondo, as expensive as the White Company Pyjamas and Jo Malone home diffusers.
‘I’ve got a picture of me with a Trabant, and seen the Brandenburg gate we’ve done pretty well.’ Direct quote accredited to the Frapiano-sucking British tourist near to me sat in Starbucks, Kochstraße.
The month of sunshine, 21st birthdays and moving countries…again.
A Notebook a day will not keep the doctor away. Not even if it’s dotted, lined, with a to-do’s section and has a goals planner.
After 51 weeks, 9 city breaks, 3 flats, 3 bikes and 2 countries this one human is exhausted.
Here we are, I can’t quite believe it but I’m only a few days away from finishing the emotional rollercoaster and incredible once in a lifetime experience of a Year Abroad. Today I wanted to do a quick little post with my top 10 moments of the whole year, it was so tough to getContinue reading “My top 10 Year Abroad take away moments”
In April 2018 I got told I’d got an internship in Berlin, I had the Summer of my life and met the most amazing people. The same time this year I found myself on the job hunt again. After deciding that my priority this Summer was being back in the big city I knew IContinue reading “The job search…again!”
I’ve started to think over the last week or so why I haven’t been writing as much, or why I haven’t had the urge or passion to write, which I do so often. I’ve been so busy and it got to the point where juggling everything just wasn’t possible anymore. Something had to go -atContinue reading “Making Mental Health a Priority”
This month I’ve published one post…one! That’s so unlike me and I’ve really beaten myself up about it but it’s honestly just a true reflection of how busy I’ve been this month and a consequence of having both huge ups and downs. I’m currently sat in a cafe trying to pull myself together and getContinue reading “MAY”
The travel bug has hit hard recently and I can’t seem to keep myself sat in one place too long. Last weekend I went to Paris with one of my best friends and I’ve not laughed so much in a very, very long time. Without further a do…here’s what we got up to:
For Easter weekend this year I visited one of my dearest friends in Bonn where she’s on her year abroad. It was beautiful! So here are my photos and scribbles about the perfect weekend catching up with close friends and being surrounded by blossom!
From a person that fell in love in the first half and had to leave to set up home somewhere new in the second! I’ll cut the first half of the story: We all know I fell in love with Berlin. Found purpose in my first ‘proper job’, made a good gang of friends andContinue reading “My top tips for the second half of your year abroad”