“You’re doing social media. And it involves, you know, things that you want to do. About food… healthy food?"
“The first lockdown was announced with two hours' notice. I was stuck in an Airbnb with cockroaches for the next three months.”
From lockdown break-ups to unsuccessful job applications, 2020 has been the year of bad news.
People are using the business networking site as an unofficial dating app. The results aren't pretty.
Do something good for the planet – like Andrew Medhurst, who quit his lucrative gig in pensions to volunteer for Extinction Rebellion.
I know I’m going to be sacked come January, and I can’t wait.
Meet Chiyo Gomes – a former head chef who quit the prejudice of the service industry to become a globetrotting drag performer.
Fighting climate change means focusing on vital work often done by women of color.
Photographer Elysia Nicole Downings was sick of taking pictures of drunk people at weddings – so she became a sugar baby instead.
Seema Parmar hated the constant bitchy drama of her PR job. So she chucked it all in to retrain as a spin and fitness coach.
And I'm not the only one, either.