Category Archives: Everyday Hyperbole
Since everyone else seems to be ringing in the new year with sickeningly positive thoughts and hopes and “New Year, New You!” slogans, I thought I’d give all of you a taste of the other side.
I’d written up this really, really long post while travelling and unfortunately, the phone’s battery died when trying to save the draft. Looking back, I suppose I am glad it didn’t upload! It’s getting bright and warm in London now.
My life is at its lowest point right now. I don’t remember ever having felt so despondent, or so completely trapped in a situation of my own making, before. That’s the worst, isn’t it, when you’re eight feet deep in
It’s always hard to get down to serious writing after such a long hiatus as I have had, but putting down something is a start. I’m done with some pretty tedious exams and have some time on my hands, so
… that all I need to drive me to finish pending chores is a textbook in front of me. I admire Germany’s uberfuhrer, er, Chancellor, for her outspoken comments defending her right to just keep exporting away, but expulsion from
It’s been 2 years. I’m somewhere I never expected to be. Perhaps I lost my way when I stopped writing? To, er, herald a new beginning and all that blarney, here’s a (frivolous?) piece I wrote a few years back
Life is a funny thing. It is a wonderful opportunity for you to explore everything the world has to offer. It gives you a set period of time to give it your best shot, and does its darndest to make