This post is sponsored by the new Maltesers Smash Cake – and I REALLY didn’t want to share it… It was a hot, summer day, in July of 1995. I was 9 and wearing cycling shorts under my school summer dress even though it was 31 degrees. My friends and I were playing with our […]


February 4, 2019

Why Sharing Really Is Caring [AD]

Ah fuck that is a BLEAK TITLE. But growing apart from friends as an adult is a really bloody bleak aspect of life. I’ve spoken before, in posts on toxic friendships, about my views on adult relationships. I find it awkwardly easy to cast off people when we’re no longer serving each other with a […]

Sex & Relationships

July 24, 2018

Growing Up, Growing Apart And Finding Your Guest List, Friendless

The relationships we have with our friends, family, significant others and just about everybody we meet on the street or online can have extremely positive or detrimental effects on our mental health. We bang on about spring cleaning our homes to make us feel fresh, revitalised and ready for the new season – isn’t it […]

Mental Health

May 16, 2018

How To Spring Clean Your Relationships For Better Mental Health

Deep in the depths of a Whatsapp group convo, inevitably titled, ‘Best Bitches’, a discussion ensues… Ok I’m free Wednesday Nope I’m not free, Thursday? Ah, guys, I can’t do anything until after the 19th! Yeah, but then I’m on holiday from the 19th-25th – June? We all know how it goes. As we grow […]


May 3, 2018

How To Spontaneously Socialise When You’re Always Busy

Friendships and maintaining those relationships as an adult is hard isn’t it? You’re not at school any more when, by default, you meet every day in the canteen and gossip over who got fingered behind the bike sheds and which teacher you fancied. In college and university, some of you will experience drinking and living […]

Mental Health

August 9, 2017

Friendships Toxic? Here’s Why You Should Eliminate Them