When I first started my blog I put my real life experiences out in the world and I gave precisely zero fucks what people thought of them. But since my ‘big break up’ I started censoring my stories, my pieces became more commenting from a far on a seemingly ‘hilarious situation’ or ‘quirky anecdote’ like … Continue reading Year of Yes.
I’ve been told – nay, warned – by my veteran Tinder mates that the day will come that I will delete the app. It won’t be because I have found someone I actually want to date (because Tinder is the place where optimism goes to die) – it’ll be because I have become so irritated … Continue reading Life cycle of a Tinder match
Songs, subjects and suburbs ruined by dating. I have always taken pride in my ability to make great playlists. When I was in high school I used to make my friends mixed CD’s for our P-plater trips to McDonalds or super cool laps down the main street of the country town we grew up in. … Continue reading You ruined Coldplay
One very large deep breath in and possibly the most passive aggressive sigh out as I download Tinder…again. I have only used Tinder one other time in my life, a very short lived season, cancelled after the fourth episode because no one was watching- moved to 11 a.m. on weekday TV kind of thing. I … Continue reading Why is Dev Patel not single?
Straight off the bat of eating your body weight in Christmas ham and drinking through hours of family times we are flung into the ‘What’s your New Years resolution’ chat. Lets look at this realistically, it is THE WORST time to make plans for the year. First of all, you’re tired, you’re really really tired having … Continue reading Lets STOP making New Years Resolutions
When you’re 15, 25 felt old, seasoned and most definitely adult status. Even your 19 year old baby sitter was so adult with her boyfriend and car and she knew everything about the world. Time passes, you hit 25, 26, 27 and keep waiting for the ‘I’m an adult’ moment to hit. The unfortunate thing … Continue reading How to tell if you’re an adult
Life is hard Reminiscing back on high school days or university days when you thought life was hard, you realise it really wasn’t. Life was simple and easy, without financial burden because everyone was poor and it was cool. Uni fees were on the ‘deal with that later’ tab, your parents or the government helped … Continue reading 6 reasons to drink during the week