About me

Hello, I am Rosie and a brief synposis of my life goes something like this.

I grew up in Sheffield, the second youngest of five siblings. After schoool I went to uni. After uni I went to Ibiza (why not huh?) and after Ibiza neither my brain or finances were in a particularly good way so I went back to Sheffield.

I worked in a pub for a while and also as a chambermaid, in a call centre and as a waitress.

After saving some cash I moved to Brighton with a good friend to study journalism and also because I had heard that’s where lots of ladies of a certain persuasion liked to hang out.

Brighton was awesome! But there weren’t any jobs so we moved up to London.

I timed it pretty well. I had an alright degree and a journalism diploma and moved before the recession struck. These days I would be an unpaid intern or filling in 200 applications forms a week for shelf-stacking in Poundland.

I was lucky.

That was nine years ago and since then I have fully embraced life as a non-Londoner in London. I haved lived north, west and east and done a lot of amazing stuff in this city and a lot of really crap stuff as well.

I currently live in Camden with my wife and our fat cat with behavioural problems.

*UPDATE*

After 10 years in London, me and the wife moved to Brighton, rehomed our beloved but violent pet cat and replaced her with a real life baby girl (That I grew myself).

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3 thoughts on “About me”

  1. Jimblebelz said:

    ow i like the sound of your fat cat with behavioural problems 🙂

  2. Hey Rosie – your blog is excellent. Very entertaining and insightful! So thanks – keep it up.

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