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The Big Dream and The Get-me-out-of-here

There is a pandemic sweeping the lives of the late-twenty-early-thirty-something year olds who don't have children, might have fur-babies and wake up one day asking themselves WHAT THE FUCK. If you are reading this and taking a big deep breath... Continue Reading →

What doesn't kill you makes you stronger…or maims you horrifically for life

I like that saying: "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger"(WDKYMYS). It sounds good, it's inspirational. It makes you think "Heck, things were tough/awful/soul destroying - but I'm still here!!" People have appropriated that saying into songs (looking at you... Continue Reading →

"Client": The new buzzword for Late Gen Y'rs and Millenials

Listen. I get it. In todays competitive employment market, with many of the jobs of our parents disappearing, it's not enough to be just one thing. Diversification is the name of the game if you didn't do a degree with the name of... Continue Reading →

7 Things I learned about France

Why do we travel? For me personally it’s a combination of the desire to never sit still or commit to anything (watch me run from responsibility, WEEEEEEEE!) and to big-up myself to old high school friends who recently just added... Continue Reading →

5 ways to downgrade last nights regrets, AKA What do you and Jesus have in common?… You both got hammered.

It's Easter weekend, a time to explore how many chocolate eggs you can cram into your face-hole without catching the diabetes, while also pondering how bunnies and some jewish guy play into things (I want to say...re-incarnation? As bunnies? Is it that?!... Continue Reading →

I hate going to the Gym but I hate being Fat more

Today, like most days I set my alarm for 6am because yesterday, like most days, I could not be fucked going to the gym after work. Today, like most days, I rolled over, denied my alarm and re-set it for... Continue Reading →

Google where art thou

I use Google for everything. When I'm lost or need to find the best route somewhere (and because I'm a 25 year old without a license - how to best get their via public transport). I Google recipes that involve... Continue Reading →

Oh, Philip.

I'm not one to jump on bandwagons usually (first of all, I don't particularly like the idea of travel by wagon, and secondly, I don't know how much room there would be for me back there, like how big is... Continue Reading →

Happy Happy Hanukkah, Chandler and Monica

I LOVE the end of the year. Starting in October with Canadian Thanksgiving, and stretching through to Chinese New Year, there always seems to be something to be joyful about in the winter-time, something to look forward to and something... Continue Reading →

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