The Shore Currently: D’you like July?

For a quick-moving year July felt like the longest month. Have you ever felt like so many things are going on without anything actually happening? July felt like that. It was a wee bit uninspiring, save for the times spent with very good friends if I’m being honest, possibly because I had my…

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The Shore Currently: June Bug

June saw me bouncing off one emotion to another: from post-#Brexit and home identity blues to an overpouring love for my grandmother who is the strongest woman I know; from the adrenaline of hitting work targets and getting a new tattoo to utter disbelief about how some people can just be so…

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A decade in the UK: post-#EUref expat thoughts

I’ve been living in the UK for a third of my life, during the psychosocial development years where one forms and raises opinions on how intimate he becomes with himself, his peers/colleagues, and his lovers. The existential question in this stage of life is whether one is capable of loving,…

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