Tag Archives: twenty-somethings

How I’m coping with Impostor Syndrome

After years of hard work and countless sacrifices, I’ve finally been offered my dream job working as a broadcast journalist.

Taking the job should have been easy. After all, this is something I’ve worked my whole adult life towards. But accepting my new role has left me sick with anxiety. Welcome to the malicious grasp of Impostor Syndrome. Read more…


How I’ve grown my blog in 2017

This might seem like a bit of an odd time of year for this post. After all, reflection is best saved of the end of the year, right?

But I’ve recently hit a few significant blogging milestones. Last week I actually surpassed last year’s total views, despite there still being a few months left of 2017. Woohoo! Here’s what I’ve been doing to grow my following this year. Read more…

Twenty-Something City outside The Louvre

Tips for travelling solo (as told by the artwork of The Louvre)

With a full-time job, the long summer breaks of my student days feels like a lifetime ago.

Last year, I embarked on a solo trip to Paris, Berlin and Amsterdam as a last celebration of my freedom (sob). Here’s my tips for travelling alone, told via some sassy statues and other artwork from The Louvre. Read more…

Alice’s monthly mission: August

Okay. Let’s just take a moment. HOW is it August already?!

This time last year I was starting my first “proper adult job” and when I look back, so much has happened over the past 12 months.

But I’ve been so busy trying to get ahead, I’ve forgotten to give myself a break. This month, I’m going to change that. Read more…

Her success is not your failure: A lesson in girl love

Ladies, we need to talk about girl love. No, not like that! I mean, we need to discuss why it’s so difficult to support each other.

You see, when girls get together great things happen. But sometimes this is harder than it should be. Read more…