Little Black Book – a review

Every now and then, you read something and immediately want to share it with all of your friends, everyone you work with and also your Mum. This was one of those books. Otegha Uwagba’s ‘Little Black Book: A Toolkit for Working Women’ is exactly what it says it is: ‘a modern career guide every creative … Continue reading Little Black Book – a review

one year on

Yesterday, my Twitter feed was full of screenshots of the UCAS website, pictures of celebratory dinners and memes like this guy who drank straight from his hip flask live on morning TV (don't worry, he was actually celebrating!). I got my A level results last year. I was so nervous I thought I might pass … Continue reading one year on

mum’s day

Hello, and Happy Mother's Day! Normally, I'd put a cringe picture on Facebook or Instagram of me and my Mum. I'd write something ironic, or share a private joke to maintain my air of mystery... However, this year I thought I would do something a little different. Here are all of the reasons my Mum … Continue reading mum’s day

adjustments

Hello! I said something about my IBD the other day, which in retrospect really made me laugh: 'This is my life now. I'm kind of just getting over it.' I mean, bloody hell past-Izzy, why so melodramatic?! Once I stopped laughing at myself, I figured I had a point. When I received my diagnosis, I … Continue reading adjustments

fidget cube- a review

Hello! If you've never heard of fidget cubes, they are desk toys for anyone who fidgets! They are targeted at creative types and worriers, fit in your hand and offer a great little distraction when you're trying to think or preoccupy yourself. I wouldn't exactly call myself a creative,  but I do find myself stressing … Continue reading fidget cube- a review