In 1971, some dude with too much time on his hands sent the world’s first email. Ever since then, in offices across the globe, people have been misusing email to frustrate and irritate their colleagues.
The only thing worse than having to get up in the morning, put on real clothes and go to work, is the people you encounter there. I am referring to the species commonly known as ‘colleagues’. It is a truth universally acknowledged that colleagues are the actual worst.
One time when my mum was staying with me she was taking my rubbish out (she’s a good mum) when she recoiled in horror squealing “When was the last time you wiped out the inside of your bin?!” The only obvious answer was “Is that a thing you’re meant to do?”
Few people in history have a story as tumultuous as Britney Jean Spears. Her many ups and downs come through in her songs, providing unique insights into the triumphs and struggles of life as a young woman.
Did you know that recent research (peer reviewed, obvs, because I’m not an idiot) has found that extreme savings plans negatively impact an individual’s mental health more than the collective effects of going back to work after a holiday, having to eat silver beet, and being stranded on the side of the road due to a car break down?
Look, I do understand money and how it doesn’t grow on trees, and how if I spend several hundred dollars on clothes and make up every other weekend that’s several hundred dollars less I have to spend on, I don’t know, rent or whatever. But at the same time, I just don’t see why I can’t have everything I want all the time.
I don’t know if you guys have heard of Canada, but it’s this country kinda near the USA but like a little bit more north. It’s famous for maple syrup, ice hockey and having a fox for a Prime Minister. His name is Justin Trudeau and he is just one of the reasons I am very excited to be travelling to Canada at the end of the year.