How to Send Yourself to Bed

How to Go to Bed Earlier

Picture this: it’s the end of the day, you’ve had dinner, you’ve showered, and you’re ready for an early night. As you snuggle into your blankets, you think about watching the next episode of so-and-so on your laptop. Before you know it it’s well past midnight, you’re fallen down the rabbit hole of Netflix, and all thoughts of being well rested are well and truly … Continue reading How to Go to Bed Earlier

Twenty-One Things I Learned By Twenty-One

Twenty-One Things I Learned by the Age of Twenty-One

Though I’m far from an expert when it comes to learning and life, I have learned a few things over the past twenty-one years. What did you learn by the time you reached this milestone? Below are a couple of things I discovered over the years: It’s okay to say no to things. However, it can also be a good idea to say yes to … Continue reading Twenty-One Things I Learned by the Age of Twenty-One

Learning How to Prioritise in Your 20s

Learning How to Prioritise in Your 20s

I used to think I was terrible at prioritising. There are just so many things that we’re supposed to do – eat healthy, sleep for at least eight hours every night, exercise regularly… I always assumed I was incapable of making myself do these things. I was prepared to accept myself as someone who was rather weak-willed and move on with my life. I’ve since … Continue reading Learning How to Prioritise in Your 20s

Feeling Isolated in Your Twenties – Pink Flowers and Thread in Background

What to Do When You Feel Isolated in Your Twenties

Here’s the thing – sometimes our 20s are just not what they’re cracked up to be. Although many of us aren’t responsible for anything as formidable as raising children, we still have plenty of other worries and responsibilities that keep us busy ‘til the early hours of the morning. I’ve talked about this a lot in previous posts, but I’m going to discuss it some … Continue reading What to Do When You Feel Isolated in Your Twenties

It's Okay to Not Be Happy in Your Twenties – Image has a smiley face and two paper clips

It’s Okay to Not Be Happy in Your Twenties

Growing up, I always thought that I’d be happy when I reached my twenties. It seemed like such a grown-up number. People in their twenties were young, carefree… They could do whatever they wanted whenever they wanted because they were adults. Parents couldn’t tell them what to do anymore. Young me liked this concept very much. Since reaching this oh-so-magical time in my life, I … Continue reading It’s Okay to Not Be Happy in Your Twenties

Finding Full-Time Employment Is Difficult – Background is a Laptop with Flowers and a Mug

Finding Full-time Employment is a Difficult Process

If you’ve been reading my blog from the beginning you’ll know that I’ve been having a hard time finding my first full-time job – especially following my graduation earlier this year. I’ve known that this is a difficult stage in a person’s life – after all, every acquaintance I’ve made in recent times has mentioned at some point or another how tough it is to … Continue reading Finding Full-time Employment is a Difficult Process

Five Reasons to Keep a Journal in Your 20s

Five Reasons Why You Should Keep a Journal in Your Twenties

Most people think they’re too busy to keep a journal. If you’re reading this, you’re probably one of them. However, keeping a journal has been a really important part of my “growing up” process. Now that I’m in my twenties it’s been a helpful tool that I use to cut through all my insecurities and doubts and keep a fresh perspective on life and the … Continue reading Five Reasons Why You Should Keep a Journal in Your Twenties