Answering Your Questions About The Mountbatten Program

Over the past year, I have received numerous questions in my Instagram and LinkedIn messages asking about my time in New York and how I…

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…

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…

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,…

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,…

#FridayFive: Five Tips for Working From Home

Due to Coronavirus, almost all of us are working from home or remotely. Schools and universities are closed, forcing classes online and all work to…

The Impact of Coronavirus for a J1 Trainee in NYC

I hadn’t really planned on talking about the Coronavirus on my blog as we see and hear enough about it on our social media feeds…

#FridayFive: Five Things to Know About Living in New York

I’ve been meaning to write a post about the things that I’ve come to realize since moving to New York. It was a huge culture…

How and Why I Moved to New York

Shock, horror, I moved to New York a few weeks ago. Not that I’ve mentioned it already, or put it in all of my social…

New Job, New Sector, New Me

On Monday of this week, I started my new job in New York. I am continuing to work in Influencer Marketing, which at the moment,…