Ok sometimes it is. For example, you entered the world as a really, really ridiculously good looking specimen, that is in fact a prime example of genetic-based luck. … More It’s Not Luck
Do you believe that there’s one person on this planet who was made for you and vice versa? That we all have one special person who we’re destined to be with forever and ever? I’m not so sure if I do. Don’t get me wrong, I do believe that soul-mates exist (growing up watching Bollywood movies … More Soul-Mate?
‘How can you be so laid back?!’ Various friends of mine have asked me this question recently and it’s always whenever a certain (recently recurring) topic happens to crop up in conversation. And that’s the issue of where and how we’ll possibly meet decent guys now that we’ve all left the sociable environment of university and work … More It’ll Happen…
I guess it was inevitable. After leaving university and almost immediately securing steady 9-5 jobs, a few of my friends have already begun to mosey on down those paths sign-posted: ‘settle down’, ‘marriage’ and ‘time to get serious’, and honestly I’m happy for them. Each of them has a well-thought-out life plan and they know exactly what they want both … More Growing Up
So after having an internship interview at a trade book publishing company yesterday, I caught the nostalgia bug and my creative juices were flowing so I thought that it would be fitting to revisit my collection of children’s books. As a child I absolutely LOVED Jacqueline Wilson, Enid Blyton, Lemony Snicket and of course, J.K Rowling. But … More Book Review Of The Twits By Roald Dahl