Lifestyle

Pursuing your hobby

As we grow up, we find ourselves with different interests and enjoying different hobbies. Perhaps it was colouring or puzzles when we were 5, making and crafting when we were 7, playing house when we turned 9 or playing sport as we left primary school and entered our teenage years....
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The flame of friendship

When we first join primary school, it is perhaps our first foray into true friendship. We meet so many different people, from different backgrounds. We don’t hold any grudges or reservations, but rather make friends with everyone. From primary school through to high school, we may hold onto these friendships....
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Making home

I was talking to my colleague the other day, who just so happens to work in social media, and the topic of Instagram inevitably came up. It’s no secret that the success of this app lies largely in nosiness. We love to see inside the lives of others, don’t we?...
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The Big 3.0

I remember writing a post last year just before I turned 29, all about the prospect of turning 30. It feels as though that year has gone terribly quickly and before I know it, I’ll soon be 30. It seems such a milestone, doesn’t it? The big 3.0. Growing up,...
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Make time for you

A subject much publicised in the media in recent years, taking time for ourselves and looking after our mental health is more important than ever. It’s a topic that resonates with all of us too and something that can affect us in all walks of life. It seems today, we...
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Make her day

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to spoil that special lady in your life and show her just how much she means to you. It’s a day that simply reminds us how much our mothers’ really do for us. It’s also the perfect opportunity to...
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Searching for sunshine

It seems as though we are in the throes of a premature month of April showers. The beautiful yet fleeting days of glorious sunshine have passed and now we are left soggy and damp with what feels like endless days of persistent rain and cloudy skies. Of course, it is...
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Changing how we read

Laying in bed the other night reading my book, I started thinking about how much has changed when it comes to reading, and how we absorb our information today. Once upon a time we read newspapers and checked books out of the library. We relied on textbooks for helping us...
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Self Conviction

I was having an interesting chat with a work colleague this week, who, coincidentally, is a girl I know from primary school. She’s a little bit younger than me, but exactly how I remember her. Despite the 5-year age gap, we were discussing the beauty of self-confidence and how not caring...
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