A Year To Think

It is exactly one year since my last post on this blog - and what a strange year it's been. Obviously, the global pandemic was something no-one was able to predict: in the UK at the beginning of the ill-fated 2020, there were only murmurs of a virus in east Asia, but none of us …

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London Nights | New Years at the Natural History Museum

Following on from the excitement of New Years (and the less exciting prospect of New Years resolutions), I thought I'd write a bit about my new years eve at the Natural History Museum! Attending one of London’s Museum Lates has been on my wish list for a long time, so when my friend suggested we …

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London Nights | Backyard Cinema in the Winter Night Garden

A couple of days ago, a friend and I decided to celebrate the beginning of December by getting into the festive spirit by enjoying a nice Christmas film! So we thought we'd do it in style by booking tickets to the Winter Night Garden at the Backyard Cinema. Image from timeout.com You start off in …

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Celebrating 4 Years as a Developer | What I’ve Learnt

Happy dev-versary to me! Not only have we finally reached the weekend, today marks the 4th year anniversary of my career in tech! I started my first job as a junior frontend developer on 19th October 2015 and looking back, I've grown and learnt so much over the last 4 years of being a developer. …

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4 Tips for Dealing with Impostor Syndrome

Happy Friday all! I was inspired to write this post after an interesting conversation I had with a friend about stress at work, where the topic of “Impostor Syndrome” came up. Simply put, impostor syndrome is the belief that you're not good enough: if you find yourself doubting your accomplishments, lacking confidence in yourself alongside …

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