Girly chat about all things female friendships. Have a nosey at other ladies' experiences, how their friendships have changed and how they make new friends.
At the UK Blog Awards 2018 Soph not only won the Individual Educator award but the Content Creator Of The Year award too. Amazing recognition for a woman on a mission to make science less stereotypically 'old man in a white lab coat' and much more fun, exciting and understandable for everyone. In this interview Soph shares how she deals with being an introvert, how she tackles loneliness in the lab and how she is about to marry her best friend.
In this friendship interview Megan Taylor shares how she juggles; her busy schedule, life in London, spending time with her husband and her friendships.
In this Friendship Interview Emmie reveals insider top tips for attending a networking event, advice for those that suffer with social anxiety and how a friendship ended because of a 'copy cat'.
The wonderful thing about the online world is that you can easily reach and chat to lots of new people and that is exactly how I recently connected with the lovely Sammy. With a blog tagline of 'seeking adventure everyday' I instantly loved her blog and what she stands for. In this friendship interview Sammy talks about how she manages her friendships while travelling, some great friendship breakup advice & what she loves about her best friend.
When I first started my blog I went on a mission to find local bloggers I could connect with. I read an article that had listed Cassie as a Suffolk social media star and instantly loved her blog and her vibe. I casually stalked her on Instagram for a while (as you do) until I finally took the plunge and sent her a DM! I was fully expecting to not get a reply, but instead I was greeted by the most sweetest, kind and supportive lady. In this friendship interview she shares with us her experiences of friendship and her take on how to make friends.
People we pass out walking along the country lanes or fields will stop for a chat even if it’s just a nod of the head it’s more than what we were used to. But from simply stopping for little chats, friendships can blossom. The local pub is a fantastic way to make friends and we feel like proper locals now, especially when they know what your drink of choice is!
When trying to organise a catch up most people will say "I'm working next week". When they say it, they mean that they're working their set hours during the day but will be free in the evenings. When I say I'm working next week it normally means I'm away on a 9 hour flight ride in another country halfway around the world. What people struggle to grasp is that I can't just fit in a coffee between working flights because between working flights, I'm out of the country.
A must read if you have ever suffered the loss of a friendship. An open letter to the girl who was my universe, from the girl who was your friend.