Things to consider before you ghost someone.

Monday, 15 January 2018


[Ghosting (noun.) the practice of ending a personal relationship with someone by suddenly and without explanation withdrawing from all communication] or, if you prefer, the act of being a total, utter douchebag.

Let me explain...

The first time I heard the term 'ghosting' I envisioned a scene in which a person jumps out at an unsuspecting friend, or lover, wearing a bedsheet over their body and flailing their arms whilst making whooshing noises (do ghosts whoosh?) when I discovered I was wrong, two things came to mind.

1. Millennials really do have an incredible talent for coining words to create maximum drama.

2. People are shit, aren't they?

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Saturday, 13 January 2018


I think most people can agree that 2017 was a monumental year in shaping them into the person they would be entering the new year as, whether that’s through positive experiences, or as a result of life violently and relentlessly throwing endless curve balls at their face over the past twelve months, until there's been no choice but to start throwing that shit back, a million times harder.

Anyway, the balls that hit my face throughout last year (alright, calm down) have undoubtedly turned me into a stronger, more independent, mildy sassy, take-no-bullshit, sort of person who is lightyears away from the anxious, doormat of a girl I was this time last year, but trust me, it wasn't through lack of heartache. 

In January last year, I sat at my computer and typed out an anti-resolutions post, full of big, wonderful statements of how I would be cutting out toxic relationships, not punishing myself for my mistakes, spending more time with my friends and just generally living life to the full - beautiful concepts, but pretty much all impossible, and in hindsight, fucking stupid.

Instead, the reality is that 2017 was the year that broke me, and slowly put me back together. 

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