Life at Sky

So there I was – a Yorkshire girl, with good intentions and high ambitions making a temporary two-week move to the big city for my dream internship. The problem, I hear you ask? Well, I’m terrible at being far from home, I strongly dislike living out of a suitcase and – worst of all – I couldn’t, for the life of me, figure out how to work the tube.

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The useful (yet oddly amusing) lessons my mother taught me

She carried me for nine months, taught me to walk, fed me, washed my clothes, held my hand, wiped my tears, cheered me on, listened and advised, yet somehow this wonderful woman still finds the time to teach me some of the most valuable life lessons I just could not live without.

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A compliment a day

Someone recently commented on one of my Instagram selfies saying that I have an incredible jawline. Now, I cannot confirm for certain whether I do or do not have an incredible jawline. What I can confirm however is that if I do, this was the first time in my whole pudgy-faced life that anyone had ever noticed and pointed it out to me.

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The truth about Mr. Almost

heart in jigsaw pices

So many of us have met him. Some of us have invited him over for dinner, or cuddled up with him, a smile forming at the thought of this being the start of something very real, and very exciting. The idea of these moments being the ones that you’ll look back on in the years to come fills you up completely, until you realise: it’s only a matter of time…

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