What Pays?

This morning the Department for Education shared a tweet on how it ‘pays to have a degree’; graduates are more likely to be in work and are, on average, earning £10,000 more than their non-graduate pals. A good day for graduates, then. I am not a graduate. Had I not chickened out in the eleventh…

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Valentines – 2019

I’m single – I’ve gone as far as to describe myself as ‘crushingly single’ before. Apart from a boyfriend-type-person I had when I was 15-16, I have always been crushingly single (fyi: he dumped me the day after his 16th birthday, as 16+ train fares are more expensive and I most definitely wasn’t worth forking…

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Book Shame

I’ve read some great things year and smashed my Goodreads 2018 challenge: both of Sally Rooney’s incredible novels, This Is Going to Hurt (but who didn’t read that this year?), Call Me By Your Name, an alarming amount of chick-lit… 29 incredible books I would quite happily re-read next year and the year after. But…

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Terrible on Tinder

I’ve worked on my Tinder profile for a fairly long time, making subtle changes here and there till it felt just right. I have no Snapchat filter photos (a pal of mine said that was an immediate swipe left among him and his friends), a balance between solo selfies and group photos to show I…

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