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What Happens When Your Partner Wants Children But You Don't?

November 2019

Although the choice to remain childless may have social, financial and environmental benefits, it can place irreconcilable strain on even the sturdiest of relationships. I spoke to women choosing not to have children, and the impact that this has had on their relationship.

5 Women Who Left The City For The Middle Of The Countryside

October 2019

For the first time since records began more people are leaving London than relocating there. I spoke to some women to find out what it's like to move from the big city to the deepest countryside.

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I Tried to be the Perfect Bridesmaid and Ended Up Drowning in Debt

August, 2019

It's often observed that if you stick the word 'wedding' in front of anything, the price jumps fourfold. But although the happy couple can justifiably expect their bank balances to take a knock, getting hitched can be costly for more than just those who are saying "I do".

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Why Are We All So Obsessed With Our Exes?

February 2019

There’s a new type of dating show in town. Forget Take Me Out and First Dates – we’ve had enough of mercilessly shoving total strangers together, covering our eyes at cringey dinners for two, and shrieking through the screen at badly matched blind dates. Instead, these new programmes bring up an all too familiar conundrum for singles. Are our exes really exes for a reason?

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So You Want To Buy A House But You Have No Money

September 2018

Is buying a house easy for millennials? Absolutely not. So I chatted to some very wise people who’ve actually managed it against all odds to find out how to buy a house if you're broke.

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Why Glamourising the Side-Hustle Is Bad For All Of Us

August 2018

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?

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