Really strange post for me today and I’ve been putting it off for sometime, as it’s taken me quite a while to process.
Family means everything to me. My family is a small family made up of myself, my brother and my parents. On the one side of the family we are super close and the other side, like most families we simply do not talk. Family to me is not just blood but it’s who is there for you, who is there for you to pick up the pieces when you’re feeling down or when you’re celebrating.
But this post is all about my blood family, especially my nan.
Continue reading “Respect and love – tough post to write.”
We are so busy nowadays, with the pressures of work, having the best fashion, looks, the best body and the perfect relationships that we forget about those people who love us no matter what.
No matter where you have gone in your life, where you’re going and what you want to do, your grandparents are there to support you. They’re there to teach you, to guide you and of course love you unconditionally.
But what we often forget, we forget that as much as we are growing up, they are growing older by the day. Continue reading “Don’t forget to say I love you, everyday. “
The recent women’s marches across the world really made me think about how great women are as a sex and how we fight for and support each other. Now I have already wrote about what like most about men, so don’t say I’m being biased!
I therefore thought I’d put together a collection of what j like about being female.
So, here we go:
Continue reading “What I like about being a female”
I think we are all a little delicate in our own little ways.
I have found out this the hard way. I have liked those who don’t like me, I have not liked those who like me, and when I do like those who like me they are in a relationship.
Everyday us girlies and I’m sure some boys decide whether to put our war paint on. Our make up doesn’t define who we are but we define who we are using make up.
Today I did the thing of “fuck it I need 10 minutes more sleep, I cba with make up!” And as much as it feels liberating to do so (not as much if you went braless) the comments were so mixed . Continue reading “Makeup vs you.”