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Where Did the Virtual Influencers Go?

It was around this time last year when I first learnt of virtual influencers. I was in the midst of writing my dissertation (those three weeks went by quite quickly) and…

What My Morning Routine Looks Like Now

It was only a matter of months ago that I was snoozing my alarm for 45 minutes before rolling out of bed at 8.15am, running to catch a PATH train that…

Coronavirus: But Make it Fashionable and Profitable

Now that we’re eight or nine weeks into lockdown – who’s counting anymore? – it seems we’ve become accustomed to a new way of life. Only a mere number of days…

New York, I’m Sorry

New York, I’m sorry. I’m sorry for complaining about your smelly Subway trains. I’m sorry for moaning about my morning commute. I’m sorry for not eating more of your dollar slice…

#OCinNYC | An April Spent Indoors

Well this is going to be quite a depressing monthly round-up, isn’t it? Oh how I wish I could have written about all of the things I had planned in April.…

20 Things I Expect to Change Post-COVID-19

I do wish I could write about something other than coronavirus. It’s all everyone seems to be talking about at the moment, and I’m sure you’re sick to death of hearing…

The Women Leading Us Out of a Pandemic

You may have seen a recent Forbes article that highlighted the women leaders around the world doing a great job (as Trump would say) during this pandemic. As we already know,…

Can Influencers Help #FlattenTheCurve?

There are many ways of getting information out far and wide in today’s world. We have the news on TV, online and in the papers, we have social media and we…

Will Remote Working be the New Norm?

I’ve had a vision for a long time of myself sitting in a café in Bali, working on my laptop and that being my normal, everyday routine. I pictured, sometime in…

Living in Isolation When You Have Flatmates

It’s my sixth week of working from home. During the past six weeks, I’ve moved apartment and started living with new flatmates. In a way, I’m glad this pandemic has happened…