Category Archives: Life Lessons

You were right the first time

Image source I talk about cliché’s a lot on this blog, partly because they’re annoying little pieces of life that we are obliged to abide by, and partly because I revel in how accurate they are. Sufficed to say they’re rearing their ugly head again for this post I feel compelled to share. I don’t […]

About the last conversation we had…

Image Source I don’t want to bond over alcohol but I enjoy a nice glass of wine when socialising. I’m not all that into ‘small-talk’ but in the right company I indulge in it for hours. I love silly movies but they’re not my favourite genre. Junk food is amazing – but I don’t want […]

Fleeting

Image Source Nothing lasts forever. Anticipation fades and time moves on. This process seems to accelerate with age; as a child the bright packaging of your favourite play-thing can amuse you for hours, yet as an adult the newest iPhone is “yesterdays news” the day after release. So what is the key to true fulfilment? […]

How to remain a student and become a teacher

In my opinion, knowing how little you know in the grand scheme of life, is perhaps once of the wisest traits you can have. That’s why it’s always a bit disappointing when somebody throws their knowledge around pompously, as if they did not start at the same stage as everybody else. And you know who […]

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