Sunday, September 29, 2013


landscape illustration

The most important advice I could give you is to make every minute count. Work harder than anyone else, make yourself a valuable (albeit lowly paid!) member of the team and never miss an opportunity to learn.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Advice or A single red chair.

I'm pretty sure you only live once. And that means you have to live awesomely.
I've always lived awesomely. Legit. I always have.

I'm pretty sure I'm naturally gifted to see the awesome in the shit (or maybe I'm just a Gen Y yuppie-whatever). 

Since moving to hipster cities, dating the odd indie boy and watching crafted artists at work, I have come to realise that these things I see the awesome in really are in actual fact genuinely shit a lot of the time.

 And when I realised that this shit can make me happy, I realised that I was unstoppable in life.

I was destined to enjoy every part of it.

I'm 23, and lately, as may or may not be obvious through my recent posts, I've been confused why new found shit isn't leading me to aweseomeness. 

For an answer to this you can either:

 Read this advice

or for an equally fulfilling but morally opposite answer a single red chair. 

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

A Letter from Fred.

This winter was one of the most unfamiliar times I think I have ever had. 

I love the unexpected, the excitement of change and the adrenalin of exploring. But even though it has been quite that, none of it seems to be bringing out that familiar output of incandescent happiness in me.
 The welcomed new has come with a course of routine norm. It has created quite the rock in my stomach and not in a good way.

It's the most uncomfortable feeling when what you're experiencing, you keep comparing it to what could be worse to make you feel better. 

I'm still figuring out what that means exactly, but for the now, it's videos like this that bring me back to my normal self, the familiar one, which gets me excited about life yet to come.