So as 30 is looming ever closer and my friends are all getting married, having babies and buying houses it has to make you start to think about what you “should” be doing at this time in life.
As a single girl, often I meet men I like but for one reason or another, the relationship just doesn’t seem to progress. Not that it stops, exactly; rather that it just doesn’t move forward. So suddenly I realise that Man X has been around for well over a year and a half, and yet I’m still totally single. Read the rest of this entry
I am at the age now where most people are getting married and having babies and I am sure you have all seen the posts on facebook but I really am over here thinking about what country I should travel to next. I am not sure you ever really get over the travel bug even if you live in a new country you still want to explore so much more.
Living in a new country is by far one the best things I can recommend anyone to do but be prepared it is also the hardest!
Last year, I decided to donate some of my eggs.
The idea occurred to me almost overnight, and from that moment it was an incredibly quick decision. For others, this probably isn’t the case (and nor should it be, it requires a lot of thought and not everybody for it). But for myself, my mind has always been very clear – primarily because I do not want children. I cannot see that changing, but for all you sceptics out there who believe that as a woman I absolutely MUST and WILL want children as I grow older, rest assured that donating my eggs does not in any way affect my ability to have my own children if my mind does change.
Is it for sex dates, drink dates or dinner dates? I have heard of them all on tinder. Lets face we have all heard stories about tinder. A friend of a friend and all that but I want to tell you about my limited experience of tinder in Australia.
When I first joined I was in a tiny town in the outback where the population was very small and most of it was mining or construction workers so the female population was miniscule. Miss L convinced me that in London it was a huge deal…in the outback with radius set to 500km it was not a huge deal and most of the faces that came up I had met in the local…needless to say tinder in the outback…utter fail.