I’m trying something new, so bare with me. I’m not sure how it’s going to turn out.
But I’m trying a new blog. One that’s more stream lined, more focused, more consistant.
It’s called The Twenties Gap (after my posts of the same name) and it’s all about life in your twenties, whatever that may be.
It’s a little bit of pop culture, a little bit of travel, a little bit of journalism, and a lot about life.
I’ve been posting some of my favourite articles from here to the new blog, because I’m proud of this little guy and I don’t want the year I’ve been blogging to go to waste.
That being said, I don’t want the messy articles. The ones I wrote in a hurry. The ones I never planned or the ones I only posted to make up numbers.
I’ll continue to post on this blog for the time being, until my other one is up and running.
But in the meantime, why not check out the first piece of original content I wrote for The Twenties Gap: Things Our Parents Didn’t Have To Worry About (as told through 80s movies). Because nothing says existential crisis like Ferris Bueller.
Thanks for sticking with me through this first year of blogging. Stop by the new blog and say hello some time 🙂
To intern or not to intern, that is the question.
Some believe an internship is modern day equivalent of slave labour. Others reckon they’re your golden ticket to a better job, and a must-have on your resume.
In my opinion, internships are invaluable. The experience you gain will teach you so much more than a lecture ever could. If you have the time – and the funds – to intern, by all means for it.
However, not all internships are created equal. Continue reading
A few months ago, I wrote a post called ‘The Twenties Gap’, where I made history and created a new phrase that will come to define our generation. *You can hear the sarcasm, right?
What is the Twenties Gap? Glad you asked!
Ever since, I can’t stop thinking about other ways my teenage self would be severely disappointed in the way things have turned out. So here it is, the second instalment of The Twenties Gap! Continue reading
Festival season is almost upon us! Who doesn’t love a good festival? It’s that one special time a year you get to exchange body sweat with a thousand people just by jumping around in a mosh pit.
The people you go with can make or break any festival, no matter who’s playing and what the weather’s like. You’re also likely to meet a few, erm, characters along the way. To help you spot them, I’ve compiled a list of the five characters you’re most likely to meet this festival season. Continue reading
When I grew up, I wanted to be an actress, author, astronaut, architect and finally in advertising – in that order. I was 22 when I realised that all of those professions started with ‘a’.
My profile is up on 20somethings in 2013! I talk about why it’s okay to be change your mind about one of the most important decisions in your life, and how I figured out what I want to do. You should probably check it out here.
Yesterday was my 23rd birthday, so naturally I had a cold and spent most of it snivelling. I mean, who gets colds when it’s warm outside? Oh yeah, I do. On my birthday.
Due to my cold I wandered about the day in a fog, not quite aware of what was going on. I felt curiously detached from my birthday; if it wasn’t for the various reminders via Facebook, I may have completely forgotten about it. I woke up this morning and thought, ‘Huh. Did my birthday even happen?’ Continue reading
I’m in my twenties, which quite frankly is ridiculous.
There’s been a lot (and I mean A LOT) of talk in the media recently about the so-called ‘best decade of our lives’, where we are supposed to achieve everything, develop meaningful relationships, be on our dream career path and live the sort of glossy life you only see in advertisements for things like Ray Ban and Barcardi.
We spent our teenage years dreaming of this life. We shaped it, perfected it, chose the details right down to the wall colour in our hip urban share house. And then one day we woke up a twenty-something, and got quite a rude shock. Our lives could not be more different to the ones we had planned. Blame the GFC, the dwindling job market, or the fact that most people still have a room at Mum and Dad’s house, but this doesn’t look like it’s going to be changing any time soon. Continue reading