Post-ebruary #11: Coffee.

My relationship with coffee is as most people who talk about and drink a lot of coffee have. I am addicted to it. As with running, coffee is something that I cannot imagine going without. In the last 4 years, I don't think there's been more than a day that I went without it. However,... Continue Reading →

Post-ebruary #6: Why blog?

Writing on the internet. Not something I saw myself doing, not something I particularly aspired to do but here we are. I don't know why I decided to start blogging, but I think thats why I'm writing this post. There's something about blogging that I just can't get enough of. I love the therapeutic nature... Continue Reading →

Post-ebuary #4: Procrastination.

Oh my lord, procrastination is my least favourite feeling. Almost everything I do in my life, I do not procrastinate; running, blogging, meal prep, reading, sleep, creative work, entertainment, music, etc. There is one certain activity however, that I am incredibly good at procrastinating. The reason I am so good at procrastinating this activity? I... Continue Reading →

Post-ebuary #2: Addicted to Instagram.

Phone screens. Phone screens absolutely everywhere. It must have been a whole different ball game when a human being’s biggest distraction was doodling in their notepads, daydreaming into the deep abyss of the mind or perhaps reading a simple newspaper. Learner’s in my classes can’t help but check their phones on autopilot; they don’t even... Continue Reading →

Keeping consistent.

I’ve made some pretty big decisions recently. Some of which cannot be revealed just now, however I will say that it involves, what has been, a huge part of my life no longer being a part of it. I don’t want to describe it as coming to an end because I don’t see it as... Continue Reading →

The aesthetic of numbers.

There's something about the number 2019 that I really like. I'm not sure what it is but the coming together of the nice round 20 and the slightly naughty 19 that seems satisfying. As far as being the age of 19 or 20; for me personally, the age of 20 was very different to the... Continue Reading →

2019: Simple goals. 

I like goals. Not in the #goals Instagram post – I want this life – kind of way. I like goals like, “by summer I will have moved out of my parent’s house” or “tomorrow I will run 10 miles instead of 8 before work” or “at the Welwyn Half Marathon I will aim for... Continue Reading →

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