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Cancer- A Real Pain in the Tit

This is my best friend Izzy. She’s 28, she likes craft beer, classical music and cricket. Last month, another thing beginning with ‘C’ made an entrance into her life, albeit a very unwelcome one. After discovering a lump in her boob, Izzy was diagnosed with breast cancer. She asked if she could write a few guest posts on this old blog as a way of venting, explaining and processing everything, and so here’s the first.  ...

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Being Freelance and Fitting It All In

I’m about a billion blog posts behind at the moment. My drafts folder has about eight thousand half finished posts in (and obviously when I say half finished, I mean a blank post with a title). I’ve been  to some bloody brilliant events and happenings recently but am struggling to find the time to write them up, mainly because for once in my life, my work schedule has just gone mental. I mean I AM SO BUSY. Being freelance has many pros and cons, (one massive pro being that I’m punching this  ...

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24 and a half hours in Amsterdam

How to spend 24 and a half hours in Amsterdam- A Guide by Bloody Hell Brennan Birdwatch Ride the tram Visit the Flower Market  Drink beer (obviously) Ponder a career in drug baroning Wear clogs Eat cheese (obviously)   Gaze at the street art Shop in the Western Canals Munch on huge sandwiches at Festina Lente Followed up with a trough of pancakes from The Happy Pig  Stroll around the hidden Begijnhof courtyard Practice your selfie skills before eating Ethiopian food with your hands at  ...

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Two Trips to the Royal Albert Hall

Standing like a huge domed coliseum at the edge of Hyde Park lies the Royal Albert Hall, home to hallowed classical concerts and full of culture vultures taking in various big name gigs. Last time I went  was to see god of jazz Pat Metheny about ten years ago, and was sat so high up in the gods that I spent most of the gig with my hands over my eyes trying to control an onset of unwelcome vertigo. So that was a good live experience. Last week I had the wonderful pleasure of nestling into  ...

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