Oxford based writer, journalist, and editor authoring features on feminism, mental health, technology, and the business of being a millennial.
Published in the Guardian, the Independent, Cosmopolitan, Refinery29, Stylist, Man Repeller, and Elle amongst others.
REFINERY29: Why Glamorising Side-Hustles Is Bad For All Of Us
For many people, the term will be synonymous with entrepreneurs making billions from their bedrooms or bestselling books scribbled in a hot new author’s spare time. Generation side-hustle is upon us, and whilst most millennials eye up mounting debts and soaring house prices a glitzy alternate world beckons.
From Instagrammers making hundreds per post after a YouTube stint launched their career to humble pop-up burger stands landing joints in every city, the success stories seem to suggest that this supposedly attainable dream is just a few clicks away. But what does the so-called side-hustle economy really mean for young people?
First featured on Refinery29.
INDEPENDENT VOICES: Calling Kylie Jenner 'Self-Made' Is An Insult To Hardworking Millennials
While the dream of making our millions once seemed within reach, it is now increasingly available to only a fortunate few – often those who have access to family money