Long Distance Friendships And The Pain Of Drifting Apart

    It’s the cliché naïve thing to do in my opinion: promise each other that nothing is ever going to change. We looked each other in the eye and…

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The First ‘Adult’ Handbag

A new beginning is marked by both the big and small things. It’s the milestones that you acknowledge, but also, the moments of deep thought and reflection whilst seated in…

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Candid Diary #2: On Being Okay Being Alone

    The lady at the counter told us it would be about an hour before we could get a table set for us. Luckily, the tide turned in our…

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How Double-Tapping On Instagram Influenced My Fashion Sense

    It’s a love–hate relationship the one I have with social media. Push and pull. Some days, I absolutely love it and can see myself represented in the different…

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The Art Of Saying NO And The POWER Behind It

Being a people pleaser is a different form of enslavement. There may not be a string attached, a physical push or a flogging as a result of the opposite reaction,…

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T.M.I? Is The News Cycle Making Us An Unhappy Generation?

I’m not a morning person. The movie scenes that start off starring a girl who wakes up with the sun burning in her eyes, a big smile, an upper body…

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STOP! Give Me A Break! Why It’s Important To Say Time-Out

It’s been a while, you might say. I’ve been pretty much M.I.A. in the blogosphere and while I apologize for the long silence on my blog especially, I have to…

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On Being The ‘Therapist’ Friend

Come on in, don’t be shy! I’m Rachy, welcome to my office and I can assume the fact that you’re here today means a couple of things: you need to…

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