It's been a busy few weeks for me, and an overwhelming few weeks (in a good way). Whilst COVID-19 has undoubtedly been an unexpected event in all of our lives, I also rather surprisingly decided to switch jobs during this pandemic and have since experienced virtual onboarding into my new role. I have been in … Continue reading Virtual onboarding when starting a new job
Sometimes, love isn't enough of a reason to stay. This is true in romantic love, friendship and in other areas of life stuch as careers.
As we begin to ease out of lockdown, or atleast the UK's poor attempt at a lockdown, and begin to restore some areas of our country to more normality I have found myself reflecting on the little silver linings I found during lockdown. I am lucky enough to still have had full time work throughout … Continue reading Finding the silver linings in lockdown
A few weeks ago, we did what we do best, and found somewhere new to enjoy lunch on a sunny autumn day. Rather than making the trip into Bath where we often eat, we decided to venture to Bradford-on-Avon so that we could enjoy a walk around the pretty town and go to one of … Continue reading The Weaving Shed
A few Sundays ago, I decided to get out my copy of the South West and South Wales Independent Coffee Guide and find a new place to enjoy some coffee! The River House The River House is an adorable little coffee shop in Frome in Somerset, quite near to where I live, that prides itself … Continue reading Coffee Stop: The River House
Mental health, is a subject that has previously been rather taboo but is slowly becoming more openly talked about. During my first few years of university, I suffered from depression. It took me a while to finally admit to two of my closest friends that I needed help. I had become increasingly sad, sat in … Continue reading Me vs Mental Health: 1-0
Over the past few weeks, and months really, I’ve seen a stream of graduation photos across social media. Recently, I also got a “On This Day” notification from Facebook, featuring photos from my when I graduated with a 2:1 in Journalism last year. They do say that time flies when you’re having fun, but the … Continue reading What I’ve learnt during my first year out in the real world