Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome

I never used to understand what people meant when they said they feel like they have “imposter syndrome”. Then one day on the very hot central line on the way to work, it hit me like a ton of bricks.…

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January Blues: The Self-Care Guide

January Blues: The Self-Care Guide

I’ve been mustering up the courage to find something to podcast about but I felt I couldn’t podcast because I didn’t want to come across as fake when I prefer to write about the reality of situations. Let’s talk about…

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Dear Graduate

Dear Graduate

Before I talk about the different experiences you may have after graduating I wanted to give a disclaimer that I’m not here to talk about the job aspect of graduating in too much detail. However, after you read this here’s…

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5 Tips To Apply To Your Money Life In Your 20s

5 Tips To Apply To Your Money Life …

The beginning of our twenties is when we truly start to understand money. We are no longer dependent on those who look after us. We are starting to pay tax, rent, NI contributions and bills all while trying to save…

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To Rent or To Buy: 6 Factors That Will Determine What Works For You

To Rent or To Buy: 6 Factors That …

Buying a property can seem long-winded. There are legal costs, survey costs and let’s not forget the initial deposit of at least 5% of the property value. However, the idea of renting may not sound appealing either. Renting is not…

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