As we draw closer to Christmas, I’m thinking about all the amazing people in my life and how lucky I am to be surrounded by people that inspire and support me everyday.
Today is November 10th and it’s Equal Pay Day. Which means on average with the gender pay gap, most women will be working for free from this date until the end of the year.
So, today I turn 29 (eek!) and as I inch ever closer to the big 3-0, I thought I’d reflect back on the last 9 years of my twenties and share some of the insights I learnt along the way.
It’s been over a year and a half since I moved into my apartment now. The process of selling my little studio flat and buying this one was one of the most stressful times of my life.
Over a year has passed since I decided to leave my full-time job and go it alone as a freelancer.
Growing up, I never really realised I was of a different race to everyone else until I was bullied for being Asian in Primary School around age 8/9.
Japan earlier this year was probably one of the best trips I have ever taken in my life. I was also so fortunate to be able to share the adventure with my two best friends.
Some brutally honest things I have learnt while trying to find love online.
Spoiler alert: I’m not going to say great things about it.
As so many students head off to university this September, I thought I’d kick off the posts with the Top 10 things I learnt during my time as an undergrad.