This month has been a weird one because I've basically been locked away with my laptop for the duration working on something SUPER FUCKING EXCITING that I literally just cannot wait to bring to life. In this day and age it's so normal to just push things out on social media and onto the internet almost immediately and it's been a real challenge to keep my mouth shut about what it is I'm working on but fingers crossed all will be announced sooooon! In the meantime, highlights of November (the bits I can talk about!) including attending the Chain of Hope charity gala below...
You know when you read a book so good it changes your perspective on life and how you live it? It doesn't happen all that often but when it does, it's a revelation of a moment. Last year, my bestie bought me Alain de Botton's bestseller 'Essays On Love' and it has quickly become one of my favourite books of all time. If you haven't read it already, I highly, highly recommend.
It seems not a week goes by without a study telling us the optimal age for us to be doing something. As if all the constant comparisons we're making between our own lives and those who we spend hour after hour scrolling through on social media weren't doing enough to fuck our brains and our self-esteem up.
A new study, carried out by Match.com, found that the average age women in Britain find 'the one' is 25, while for men it's slightly older, at 28. The research spoke to 2,000 men and women and so obviously means it has to be true. Err.. or not.