I have been writing for the Guardian since 2013. Highlights (ie my favourites) include:
- Telling a young person to 'Just get a job' is like going to the Sahara and yelling 'Just rain!' - a column that went viral when I was still a trainee, and ended up in the 2014 Bedside Guardian.
- Every three months or so during the job crisis, young people were blamed for their joblessness: Get a job at Costa? If only it was that simple for young people
- Editing G2 in the GenY Takeover
- Column: Green apps & gadgets
- Running the Guardian Diary
- Dog sledding for Do Something
- Decluttering for Do Something (this was Guardian Australia's most read, confirming my mother's assertion that me tidying up would make international headlines)
- Building an igloo for Guardian Travel
- Interviewing WWII veterans on the anniversary of D-Day, as well as homeless people, niche daters and Harry Potter superfans.
- Learning to flirt
- Opinion pieces such as this one about the rise of the celebratory funeral, or accent snobbery in the UK.
- Would you like to know how to do a posh English accent? Because I did a video on that, too.
- The most personal thing I ever wrote, a memoir piece about the day my husband and I found his father dead - a piece which led to me writing a book for Unbound/Penguin.