About Me

Hello and welcome to my blog.

If you’ve been here a while, you’ll know that I catch waves when I write – I follow the thread of whatever is challenging me at each life stage and try to write something coherent, helpful and real to support others in a similar position. In the two years since I finished my psychology undergraduate, this blog has largely been about London life, working struggles, coronavirus, writing and grief (I promise it’s not as depressing as it sounds). I am now twenty-four, and trying to figure out where and how I should be. It’s less obvious when you leave university and everyone runs in different directions.

I know I’m not the only twenty-something person who feels a bit lost. The thing that possibly makes me stand out is that I don’t sugar-coat my writing. You can expect honesty from me. I don’t pretend life is easy. I also don’t claim it’s awful. I hope that I offer realistic and optimistic insight and inspiration for getting through and even thriving in difficult times.

Thank you so much for visiting my site and hearing what I have to say. Also, a big thank you to Patsy Atkinson for doing the photographs (the good ones of me on a yoga mat – not the blurry rubbish I took on my phone).