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Radishes and dealing with a less than ideal situation

I recently decided to start a vegetable patch.  I wanted to grow some tomatoes.  I asked my husband to get the seeds for me.  Despite his highly analytical mind, strong attention to detail, and (assumed) ability to read, he picked up a packet of radish seeds. Radishes. What on earth am I supposed to do with them?  (Please share any…

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Biscuit vs. Cookie

The biscuit/cookie debate is one I feel extremely passionate about, but one which has been ignored by our governments, leaders, and dictionary writers for far too long.  So here I am, the voice of a generation, bringing it to your attention.  FYI, this entire post is going to cause a lot of confusion, akin to whole chips/crisps/fries debacle. But just…

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How to keep in contact AND social distance

During a crisis, it’s crucial that we reach out and keep in contact with our loved ones. Yet social distancing has made this so much harder than usual… What do you mean I can’t go out to bars and drink wine? Or go to the gym just to gossip?  Due to fears of the virus spreading, many of us have…

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25 things I’ve learnt before turning 25

So I’m turning 25. Or a quarter of a century old.  I never really thought about getting this old. It always seemed so far off in the distance that I’d never actually get around to it. But here I am. Another millennial freaking out about reaching my mid-20s.  So, to give you a little insight into HOW I achieved this…

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Our Story (So Far…)

Its Valentines Day, so what better way to celebrate than by sharing our story??  A Modern Classic of the Technical Age Boy downloads app. Girl downloads app with friends as a joke (but secretly hoping prince charming will swipe right… he didn’t but she got something marginally better). As the only history nerds using the app it wasn’t long before…

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The Job Hunt

The job hunt is literally the worst. Personally, I don’t agree with any type of hunting, but job hunting is abhorrent. It takes longer than expected, drains all of your self-confidence and can sometimes drive you insane. My recent job hunt was all of these things, with the extra excitement of doing it in a foreign country. Because who wants…

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On Megxit – By another Brit who married an American

I’ve had a lot of Americans asking me what I think of Megxit. Honestly, I keep changing my opinion. Initially, I was like TRAITORS. But once I’d calmed down and read something aside from the Daily Mail, I realised at the end of the day, they are adults and can choose what they want to do with their lives. Maybe…

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