I work a busy bar job, and often I feel like my life is spent rushing around in the organised chaos of hospitality. That aside, when I have a day off, I like to use it wisely and I’m not the type of person who likes to just sit at home doing nothing (on the […]Read More What I like to do on my days off
This day, last year, I woke up to the news that my Grandad, my paternal figure for many years, had passed on into the next life. I was grateful in a way that I had woke up to the news. I don’t think I could handle having to be half way through the day […]Read More Losing a loved one: a year on
There has been a lot that I’ve learned in my nearly twenty one years, but without sounding like one of the elderly, I am more and more confused by different things that seem to come out of the wood work. Particularly with social media, there seems to be subcultures of things that become trends in […]Read More Twitter culture? Cancelling culture? Stan culture? A discussion.
I recently saw on Facebook groups ‘Mrs Gloss n the Goss’ and ‘The BeautyShip’ that supermarket Aldi is taking over the beauty community with their bargain dupes that are said to be better than the branded version. And with everything under £10, these are going to be flying off the shelves, so I walked to […]Read More Aldi skincare dupes: reviews
Sat in the cinema yesterday with the honour of viewing the new Aladdin live action movie in Odeon Cinemas, I was filled with anticipation. This was one of my favourite animated films as a kid, and there was something about the mystery of Agrabah that was just so magical. Princess Jasmine was the ultimate strong […]Read More Aladdin Live Action: a film that will bring the magic back
At the weekend I saw a video where a girl gained weight to the point she was a size twelve, and she described herself as ‘horrifically obese, awfully unattractive.’ This was so upsetting to me, and got me thinking of my own experiences with eating and body image. I have always ducked between a size […]Read More A ramble on body positivity, eating disorders and self acceptance
Everywhere now, people are trying to get those who suffer with mental health issues to speak out. This is understandable, but for some people, that is a step too far for them in their current situation. Sometimes, you may feel like you have to help yourself a little bit before you seek further help and […]Read More Things to do when you’re struggling but afraid to seek help