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
You’ve probably gathered that Miss D, L and J are not quite where we were two years ago. Our writing kind of fizzled out as one of us moved back to the UK, one of us became pregnant and the other began to live a (only very slightly) more settled life in Australia.
That isn’t to say that our lives have become boring in that time – rather that we have all had our reasons for not feeling as free to share our opinions or experiences. I know for myself, I felt very different writing about my various misadventures and sharing admittedly controversial opinions while I was away in backpacker mode – feeling pretty anonymous and invincible – than I do now I’m back in the UK, surrounded by people who know me, and concerned with keeping a professional job and professional image.