On Graduate Pressure: The Door Is Not Closed

Try asking a recent University graduate in their early twenties if they’ve figured out what their purpose in life is and you might be met with a panicked look, heavy breathing, and sudden perspiration. At best, you might get a stammered response full of “maybes” before a swift change of subject. In fact, if you tried asking my fifty-three year old father that, you might … Continue reading On Graduate Pressure: The Door Is Not Closed

Confessions of a Painted Lady – Tattoos and Narcissism.

Over the past twenty or so years, tattoos and body modification in general have swiftly moved from being the mark of prisoners and seamen to becoming a legitimate fashion statement. Amid the myriad of celebrities whose careers are untouched by their body art are their millions of fans following suit. As a consequence, it appears that everyone has an opinion on tattoos. Whether the tattooed … Continue reading Confessions of a Painted Lady – Tattoos and Narcissism.