Amy Swales

Amy Swales is a freelance writer who likes to eat, drink and talk about her dog. She will continue to plunder her own life and the lives of her loved ones for material in the name of comedy, catharsis and getting pictures of her dog on the internet.

Latest Posts

  • Careers

    “How an accidental career became my dream job”

    Stuck in a rut at work? Take inspiration from the women who stumbled into their dream jobs

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  • Food

    The sparkling wines to swap your prosecco for

    Well, if the experts insist...

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  • Life

    The awkward person’s guide to surviving the work Christmas do

    Because life is too short for new friends

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  • Food

    The stoneless avocado has arrived on the UK high street

    Avocado, but not as you know it

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  • People

    Angelina Jolie on the importance of realising not everyone will like you

    Especially when you’re the boss

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  • Christmas Gift Guide

    32 awesome Christmas gifts for pets and pet lovers

    Stylish, cool and unique festive buys for the dogs, cats and owners in your life

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  • Life

    Facebook suspends female users for “men are scum” posts

    One banned comment included the phrase “fragile men feelings”

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  • Life

    The Voice star denies sexually assaulting female friend

    “What she and I shared was a close friendship for a period of time… She never said no to what we chose to do together”

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  • People

    Pamela Anderson says “victimhood feminism” hinders the conversation on sexual assault

    She has refused to apologise for saying Weinstein's accusers could have done more to protect themselves

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  • Life

    This is what Brock Turner is using to appeal his sexual assault conviction

    His team say the term “dumpster” prejudiced the jury and he did not receive a fair trial

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