Relationships. Drama. Gossip. Innuendo. Bad Dates. Failures. Learning about life, business and love the hard way. Weekly relationship columnist for Curious.
We met for a reason.
What reason I’m not so sure. And maybe you don’t either. Yet we’re here together, figuring this life out the hard way. Though I despise silver linings, at least we’re not alone in this adventure.
I’m not your average writer. I don’t always follow convention. I enjoy breaking down the perception of how writers behave and the way they present themself online. I’m inspired by Andy Warhol, the pop culture master who challenged the idea of convention. And in my own way, I’m carrying on his rebellion.
I have a story to tell. Like we all do. I’ve always found my life the best subject to write about. My experiences don’t need referencing or qualifying with verified sources. My memories are sometimes a little skewed. And whilst some have questioned my intentions, I write with hope, reflection and affection.
But, I find experiences are the best way of learning. No one in this world has it perfectly figured out, either. Anyone who tells you so is a liar. And anything we learn about business, love, relationships and life comes from stuffing it up. Or getting it right.
So, why read what I have to say?
If there’s one thing I’ve learned, rebellion loves company. And it isn’t a true rebellion if you are on your own. Sometimes you may not agree with me. Other times you will feel compelled to write your own piece, simply to support one thought I’ve expressed.
But you’ll read because you too want in on the experience. Your rebellion will be mine too.
I can’t promise anything about my writing. But I can promise one thing; I will always be myself.
What are people reading?
I have a few articles that have touched on the rebellion, and other readers like you seem to agree. They are:
Published in The StartUp: To All Struggling Entrepreneurs — There is Success in Failure
To All Struggling Entrepreneurs — There is Success in Failure
The often-overlooked ‘wins’ when you feel you have failed
Published in The Writing Cooperative: Assumptions About The Freelancing Life That Derails New Writers
Assumptions About The Freelancing Life That Derails New Writers
The writer’s life is nothing like Carrie Bradshaw’s
Published in P.S. I Love You: The Love Epidemic Known As Settling
The Love Epidemic Known As Settling
How I avoided a life of misery, even though some of my friends weren’t so lucky
Published in The Ascent: How I Manage When My Life Bucket Is Overflowing
How I Manage When My Life Bucket Is Overflowing
Learning how to empty the bucket is the key to managing all that life throws at you.
Published in P.S. I Love You: How I’ve Reconciled Loving My Unhealthy Body
How I’ve Reconciled Loving My Unhealthy Body
The mindset to overcome the fight between Body Positivity and Body Reality
My most underrated content.
I think telling a story is all about timing. Sometimes people want to hear what you have to say, and other times they don’t. It’s ok to miscue our timing. But it doesn’t make what we have to say any less valuable.
My Ex’s Addiction To Men’s Magazines Stole My Identity
How I could never stand up to the illusion, nor could our relationship.
My Experience Being My Own Doctor
Sometimes the only person putting the pieces together is you
My Dating Experience With ‘The Wolf Of Wall Street’
And how a stock broker’s assistant taught me about expectation in relationships.
I Broke Up With My Hypocritical Best Friend
The problem with one rule for you, and another for everyone else
I’m always here, by the way.
I love connecting with people, so I’m trying to make connecting with me easy. Say hi, or stay connected through one of these avenues:
Enough from me. Now over to you.