Monthly Archives: October 2013

Two Years After Graduation

This 25th day of October 2013 marks two years since I graduated from university with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. I can’t quite believe that it has been two years already, but rather contradictory, they also seem to … Continue reading

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Nobody Knows

Do you ever think that nobody knows you? That nobody knows exactly what you’re about; nobody knows the thoughts you have; that nobody knows the real you? They only ever see one part of you and think that is the … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2013

There always seems to be some kind of charitable cause vying for our attention, the majority of which are calling for our support in the fight against cancer. And in this busy October month, alongside the quit smoking campaign Stoptober, … Continue reading

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The Importance of Grammar. Or… Am I Just a Grammar Nazi?

The other day I was on the bus, reading some advertising posters, passing the time, when I noticed that a poster for a compensation company had a small spelling mistake; they were offering a “substancial” amount of cash should you … Continue reading

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