As I type this out on the fly in my favourite coffee shop, I'm on day three of teetering on the edge of a cliff. Fall off that precarious ledge, ladies and gentlemen, and we plummet headfirst into that oh-so-annoying thing called an anxiety spiral.
If you're in your late teens or early 20s, you'll probably be looking at flying the nest and moving into your first houseshare. The taste of independence only just out of reach, and you want it more than a drunk me wants pizza. Living in a house share is obviously cheaper than living solo, but … Continue reading 4 quick tips for living in a house share
As I write this, I'm sitting at Waterstones watching snow drift past the windows overlooking Newcastle city centre. To my left - a red pot of Earl Grey tea (fitting, since I'm so close to Grey's Monument) and a teacup, with a cherry and walnut chocolate tiffin beside it. What's a tiffin? I have no … Continue reading What’s a ‘tiffin’ and when will it stop snowing?
Well it looks like I actually went through with the whole 'moving to Newcastle' thing, huh? It's barely been three days (as I write this post I've been in the city for approximately 2 days and 18 hours), but I've been running around taking care of all the bits and pieces that need to be done … Continue reading Moving Abroad: The First 3 Days (ish)
Well I have been quiet for a fair while, haven't I? Things have been a little hectic, partly because holy shit I'm moving abroad for the first time in my life. And that kind of thing takes time, you know? Existential crises take time. Where am I off to and what's the plan? Anyway, I'm … Continue reading So…I’m moving to the UK.
Hey guys! I recently wrote a little something for Eve - let me know what you think! Here's an excerpt: Language is a powerful thing when it comes to shaping society and how we interpret the world. The way we speak about women who own their sexuality and refuse to be ashamed of it reveals … Continue reading What does a slut look like?
Ah, Malta. Sometimes I feel like our relationship is a lot like the Eurovision song On Again Off Again by legendary duo Julie and Ludwig. I love the tan you give me over the summer months, but hate the sticky humidity and general BO that washes over the island; I love your history and rich cultural past, but … Continue reading 5 Ways to React to Daphne’s Egrant Bombshell
I do this strange thing where I ping-pong between either being cripplingly shy, or not being able to stop myself from voicing my opinion on something. That 'something' is usually related to gender, women's rights, racism, civil rights, religion, and whether or not we should be putting pineapple on pizzas. Sometimes, I can't stop myself from entering the … Continue reading How to have a Debate in the (Maltese) Comments Section
For as long as I can remember, the words ‘bachelor’ and ‘spinster’ were universes apart. A bachelor is this cool, good-looking guy who can be in a relationship, but chooses not to. He probably lives in a penthouse with a lot of leather furniture and blue-grey decor, and a turntable playing smooth jazz; a different … Continue reading The Difference between Bachelors and Spinsters
Hey everyone! I wrote a short piece about keeping a journal for eve.com.mt - hit the link below to check it out, and have a great week. -Kelly x Far from being restricted to the realm of teen angst and that awkward phase you’re oh-so-eager to forget, keeping a personal journal can actually be pretty damn good … Continue reading Dear Diary: 3 Reasons to Keep a Journal (for Eve.com.mt)