This post is for the plan instigators, the conversation starters, the catch up makers, the ‘mums of the group’, the people who make shit happen. I see all that you’re doing and I want you to know that it is … Continue reading Here’s to the instigators who make shit happen
Never was I a bigger Swiftie than when I was 10 years old and Fearless came out for the first time. Listening to it again now with the re-release was quite the nostalgic journey for me – it actually made … Continue reading Why hearing Taylor Swift’s Fearless again affected me so much
Ahhh 2020, what a ridiculous year. It’s been very different from usual life (obviously) but the best thing I think it presented was a really valuable opportunity to pause and reconsider a lot of things. The biggest realisation for me … Continue reading 2020: the year of pause
The way we talk to our bodies – either in self deprecating comments or the really harsh stuff you say to yourself in your head – is just not the one, is it? Like most other people I am not … Continue reading Changing the conversation with my body
Well shit, we’ve been in official lockdown for 100 days! Who could’ve imagined, eh? We’ve been fighting the boredom for a long time but there’s still a while to go so here’s 100 suggestions for things you could do with … Continue reading 100 things to do in lockdown
Skin is the largest organ you got, and it deserve to be looked after. I had been thinking I needed to do something to take care of my skin but didn’t really know where to start. The catalyst that started … Continue reading Building a skincare routine
I’ve had this post sitting in my drafts for a long time and finally scheduled to write it this month, little did I know how relevant it was about to become! This is not about the current pandemic because tbh … Continue reading Learning to be alone
So I recently read the book Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (And Other Lies) by Scarlett Curtis – it is a collection of essays in which various wonderful women talk about their experiences with feminism; things that made them angry, things … Continue reading What does Feminism mean to you?
I’ve needed glasses since I was about 10 years old and since I was maybe 13 I’ve worn contact lenses. I’m short-sighted which means I can’t see things in the distance and the range of that distance got progressively worse … Continue reading So what’s it like to get laser eye surgery?
2019 was a milestone year in my life. It’s where I went from being a student to an …adult? It certainly was a year of two parts – the first being filled with ‘lasts’; my last lecture, last exam, last … Continue reading 2019: the year of change