This week I was inspired by a very dear friend of mine to write about a particular subject. We hadn’t caught up over the summer, and I called her because she had changed jobs and had recently started a new school. She is one of those friends with whom you just pick up wherever you left off and fill each other in along the way. In the course of conversation she asked this question, “Do you ever get the feeling that this is a game-changer?” It really struck me, and excited me as a concept. Have you ever encountered that … Continue reading Game-changer

Out of Control

One thing I really hate is roller-coasters. I hate the feeling of being out of control, unable to stop the machine, and hurtling towards great and unforeseen drops at an alarming rate. In fact it’s making my feet tingle just thinking about it. I’ve been in a kiddie roller-coaster and that was enough – never again! In the last two years I’ve been on the age-old metaphor of the roller-coaster of emotion and in the last 6 months I haven’t written because of it. Since studying GCSE Russian history with one of my closest friends, she offhandedly mentioned my own … Continue reading Out of Control