The story I tell myself

The story I tell myself

I don’t know if you have yet to discover the voice note function on WhatsApp, but as long as you have your headphones with you, it is a game changer. One of my friends and I voice note each other every day, mainly to keep each other sane because we are aware that we...
Connecting the unexpected

Connecting the unexpected

How long can you wait for the one you deserve? Dermot Kennedy, Outnumbered Who doesn’t love a good song lyric? I bloody love music. I think I have spoken about my love for music before, so I won’t bore you with my repetitive nature. However, I love those moments in...
The fear of belonging

The fear of belonging

Today I sit staring at two passports. I am incredibly grateful to be in the position to hold two passports. I certainly am not frowning upon the privilege I have, but privilege comes with a bit of turmoil. Turmoil is probably a little excessive, but it comes with...
It’s time to lean into being vulnerable AF

It’s time to lean into being vulnerable AF

Life can be pretty messy, and you have to learn to love that about life; because without the bad, you don’t get the good; without the sad, you don’t get the happy etc. It would be amazing if life was just wired to be awesome all the time, but the reality is that it is...
Belonging versus Fitting In

Belonging versus Fitting In

‘The greatest barrier to belonging is fitting in.’ Brené Brown This blog is amplifying the words of Brené Brown and relating it to my personal experience of trying to fit in rather than belonging and what I have learnt from this process, I’ve provided links to...
Awake News

Awake News

Why are we so curious about mass murder and the trolling comments left by people on social media? Why are we so obsessed with the negative? In a content analysis conducted by Texas State University of the New York Times, it found that of the 91 mass shootings between...