Tinder Gold or a Big Mac? The real philosophical question. (Guest Blog)

Disclaimer, number 1 – this is from a hetero, cis-woman perspective. Disclaimer, number 2 – this is best read while eating a Big Mac. Like most literature. (Except maybe a Joe Wicks – The Body Coach book) Sure, I would love to meet Prince Charming in a stylish coffee shop because he saw that I was reading into the effects of member diversity in top management team on organisational performance, and he thought ‘wow this stunningly beautiful woman must also be really smart and I need to hear her thoughts and opinions for the rest of my life’… but let’s … Continue reading Tinder Gold or a Big Mac? The real philosophical question. (Guest Blog)

An Open Letter…

To all the men that never text back, What is your deal? Seriously. It’s been 70 hours and you still haven’t replied. You saw my message 10 minutes after I sent it, and you were online an hour ago, yet you still can’t be arsed to give me a moment of your time. I am sick and tired of me and my friends constantly second guessing ourselves over your inability to  give us a response. If we were speaking face to face, would you stare at me when I asked a question and then just turn away? That’s what the … Continue reading An Open Letter…


When I went on my first date with Dale we both knew what the deal was. We’d talked at length how this would be a non-committal arrangement and almost certainly a one time thing. So thinking about it, a first date was more of a display of politeness than anything else. Nevertheless, he was charming, flirtatious, interesting and really fricking hot! I was instantly attracted to Dale and it was clear he felt the same way. We chatted and exchanged pleasantries about our jobs and hobbies. It was all going very well as far as pre-sex-arrangement niceties go. Four pints … Continue reading Dale.


For those of you that know me well, you will know that I have been single for almost 5 years now. In fact, it will be five years on Valentine’s Day (happy singleton anniversary to me). Today, I think it’s time a shared that story. To give you some context, I should probably regale you with the ups and downs of my only serious relationship (before I get to the part where we break up). So join me in grabbing a glass of wine and we shall journey together into my deep rooted relationship issues. Sounds fun right? I met … Continue reading Simon.