What I learned on my caravan holiday.

Technically I have already had my big holiday this year (New York in February), so me and a few girlfriends decided to ‘slum it’ in a caravan for a week. Destination: Woolacoombe Bay, North Devon… 1. Say good bye to your privacy. You can have full conversations from opposite ends of the caravan. This also means that you become very aware of how ‘regular’ your friends are; the toilet doors are not soundproof. On the plus side, you never have to feel left out! 2. Living in such close proximity to three other people means you become incapable of making independent decisions; … Continue reading What I learned on my caravan holiday.

How NOT to break the ice.

  If you’re single, chances are you’ve tried online dating. With so many sites to choose from; Tinder, Plenty of Fish, OkCupid, Match, My Single Friend… the list is endless. There are even sites for people with more niche tastes, hello uniform dating.com… With all these sites comes a myriad of potential suitors for you to peruse at your leisure. Once you’ve found someone nice, good picture, likes the same long walks on the beach as you, has the same family values, all that’s left to do is send a message. Break the ice. Open up the lines of communication. … Continue reading How NOT to break the ice.