When it’s OK to be the villain.

Relationships and people can be hard work. If you’ve had any sort of relationship, whether it be parent and child, siblings, friendship, partners etc. you would have at some point experienced some form of conflict or misunderstanding. Maybe you have … Continue reading When it’s OK to be the villain.


You don’t need a significant other to be significant. Yes. Just, yes.   I think we need to have an honest discussion about this perception and belief that we’ve allowed to infiltrate our social norm that people are not complete on their own. When I saw this poster online, everything in me wanted to jump up and scream, YES! For as far back as I can remember, happily ever after and a ‘complete’ life was presented as being married with kids and having a house and a dog. For years Hollywood and books and social media have pushed this belief … Continue reading Significance