That Quarter Life Crisis

I’d say that the quarter life crisis millennials groan about is funny, except, it isn’t. As much as older generations would like to make light of it and believe that it is just made up, it’s real enough for psychological studies to have been carried out and for publications like The Guardian and Harvard Business…

By Process of Elimination

Your 20s is the time when you more or less have to start winging life on your own. No more instructions about what step should be next in your life and or when you’re supposed to take it. It’s absolutely confusing and terrifying for the lot of us who don’t know which direction we’re supposed…

Posting for myself

The past two weeks have been happily spent running around London, Leeds, and York. As The Boyfriend puts it, there’s photographer fodder no matter where I look, and I’ve rarely ever been this shutter happy. I’ve taken to posting my photos on Instagram, and for the first time since I started my account, there’s some…

Consistency: The Dilettante Problem

Dorian Grey, the wretched old man who got away with everything because of his Adonis-like good looks. He dabbled in music, art, and all sorts of other things – he was a dilettante. And the moment I read that about him, I realised I had found the one word to describe me. Dilettante. Like most…