So, after 3 months of waking up at 5:45 and walking to the station accompanied only by a family of bats and the man who walks his husky every day (absolutely terrifying in the dull fuzz of pre-morning light, dogs that resemble wolves should be banned from roaming residential areas before sunrise), I’ve completed my … Continue reading Cauliflower Cheese: The Solution to Unemployment
It’s been a couple of weeks since I last attempted to write anything, my time currently being hogged by working, commuting, falling asleep whilst commuting, falling asleep during Bake Off, looking at flats I can’t afford, frantically applying for jobs (which, right now, feels a bit like stuffing your CV, cover letter and as much … Continue reading Amateur Guide to Making Gin (and a Recipe)
So it has now been two weeks since I became a working woman. I commute. I get the Friday feeling. I’ve relearnt how to spreadsheet (was extremely proud of myself for remembering the =SUM(a1…) formula for adding up on excel and now feel like a master of spreadsheeting). And when I get home, I do … Continue reading Having a Job That Makes You Permanently Hungry
So it’s been a while, again, since my last post and thus, once again, I’ve left myself with too many things to include in this post. I originally wanted to include a) a very brief review of The Culpeper in Shoreditch, which Dom very kindly treated me to in celebration of me graduating with a … Continue reading A Review about a Lack of Greens, Plus a Recipe with a Lot of Greens
It was about 9pm last Thursday evening that I was sat at my table, clothes coated in a peelable crust of flour and butter, burns tingling all up my right arm, sweating profusely from a combination of the unusually hot weather and the fact the oven had been on since 4:00, tearing up at the … Continue reading How to Make 80 Cupcakes and Not Cry (You Probably Will Cry)
It’s been a while since I’ve had a good moan/rant about anything on here. I think in the midst of writing my final English essays (possibly ever?!? Actually don’t jinx it Pip, a Masters might be around the corner if a job opportunity doesn’t emerge soon…) I’ve either reached a state of contentment with the … Continue reading Why is David Baddiel a Restaurant Critic and I’m Not?
SO TODAY IS a) Mothers’ Day, b) arguably the first day of Spring, c) the last ever Sunday that I’ll be spending at uni actually working, and d) Sunday (subtext: I woke up very late and immediately phoned home 4 times and mum’s mobile twice before anyone picked up, only to be shouted at for … Continue reading Post for Mum