Arguably Honest came to life a little over a year ago. A year and a month to be (almost) exact. I was in the middle of the (very entertaining) revision for my Financial Mathematics and Business Statistics module, and looking for a way to procrastinate. As you do. I felt that I desperately needed (I tend… Continue reading Same look, new life. The Arguably Honest relaunch.
I have spent 1.5 years of my 23 years long life working in customer service. Might not seem like much, but that's more than half of my working life. In that time, I've worked as a shop assistant, a shampoo technician (the most insane job title I'll probably ever have), receptionist, and waitress. I will… Continue reading The life lessons from working in customer service
I had no allergies as a kid. Really, not a single one. I had friends carrying epi pens to school, but I could roll in the grass and eat peanuts by the handful, and I'd be fine. I thought I would be like that forever. After all, why would I suddenly develop an allergy as… Continue reading Living with lactose intolerance
My initial idea for this blog post was to make it about apps I can't live without. But I abandoned it as quickly as I came up with it, as I realised that writing about my great love for Google Maps would bore me to death, as well as put you to sleep halfway through the… Continue reading What’s on my phone – apps that make life easier, happier or better
The 2016 summaries have been popping up on various blogs over the past fortnight or so, but I didn't want to sum up the year before it actually finished. As Polish people say, Don't praise the day before sunset. This means I'm a bit late to the New Year party. Who cares. 2016 was a truly crappy… Continue reading New Year, Old Me.
Ok, I'm a bit late to the party with this post, as this tag has been going on for a few weeks and is wellllllll past it's prime. Oh well, I guess I'm crap at interneting, and not as reactive as I should be. But if you want to hear about my 'career' up till… Continue reading #MyFirst7Jobs
If you're a true grown up, not a pretend one like myself, you're probably thinking that I'm either 3 months too early or 9 months too late with my new year resolutions. (If this thought makes you want to buy me a calendar, I will gladly accept your gift, thank you very much. ;)) But I'm still… Continue reading Learn to love London and other goals for this year