• Did you know it’s Suicide Prevention Month…?

    GET THE LOOK Chocker: Miss Selfridge, old. Similar one here. Jacket: Primark. Similar one here. Bag: Parfois  Playsuit: Zara Bralet: Vintage, Similar one here. Skirt: Miss Selfridge, old. Similar one here. Boots: Vintage. Alternative one here. Of course you did! My feed has been flooded with Suicide Prevention Month quotes/statements/stories! This is an incredibly positive step forward! The more we talk about it the easier it will be for those to open up.    I have done some research into this topic. If you guys want to read the same report and data as I have then here it is.  I have had my own personal experiences with suicidal thoughts…

  • The Relationship overview …

    GET THE LOOK Hat: Primark, Similar one here. Jacket: H&M Shirt Dress: Zara, sold out. Alternative option (with shoulder detail) here OR Alternative option (with similar stripe detailing) here. Waist belt: ASOS, old. VERY fun alternative Vinyl look one here. (Actually wish I saw this one so I could wear it with the outfit.) Shoes: Primark, can’t find online. Similar option from ASOS with thicker heel here. Photographer: Romy Binkhorst I, with the help of KS, had a mini relationship revelation. Hence why I am having a relationship overview. Before you get excited no I am not with KS… I like his chilled nature and he is easy to bounce wonderments…

  • Are you all about the destination or the journey?

    GET THE LOOK Necklace: Old. (been looking for stone UK jewellers. Set me some links guys!) Jacket: Primark, sold out. Similar one here. Body: Primark Jeans: Zara Shoes: Converse If you are a goal orientated person (i.e about the destination) does that mean that you can not be deviated by life curve balls and change them? (i.e the journey influences the type of end?)   I have chopped and changed my mind about this question on and off my entire life.  When I was younger there was an expectation. It is/was expected to go to university. Not a possibility but a society necessity.  I feel that is slooooooowly yet surely…

  • Career or Sex….

    GET THE LOOK Cardigan: New Look Dress: New Look, sold out (last checked 17/08/18). On ASOS. Shoes: New Look, old. Alternative here. Necklace: Vintage. Alternative here. Can you have both? Can you have a fulfilling sex life and yet go above and beyond for your career?   This is something that I’ve always thought wouldn’t be possible. Of course this is probably because I am a sex addict. That once I start I just do not want to stop. But then again maybe its because I haven’t ever looked forward to going to any of my jobs.  Bearing in mind I haven’t had a career job yet… or more accurately…

  • Ex’s… friend or backburner?

    GET THE LOOK Necklace: Topshop, old. Alternative here. Bralet: New Look Dress: Zara, sold out. Alternative one here. Belt: Topshop, sold out. Similar one here. Handbag: Red Cuckoo, sold out. Similar one here. Shoes: Zara, sold out. Similar ones here.   Can an ex ever be a friend or, inevitably, end up a backburner?    I read an article in the Man Repeller blog by Haley Nahman called “Can You Be Friends With an Ex No Strings Attached?” and it struck a cord with me. Not because I entirely agreed with what was being said… not exactly.  I definitely didn’t agree with her assumption of “If you’re still friends with…

  • My Job situation…

    GET THE LOOK Necklace: Topshop, old. Similar one here. Top: New Look Jeans: Zara, sold out. Alternative one here. Shoes: Primark, old. Alternative one here. My job situations is very up in the air at the moment. I am having a positive mind set but it is hard.   I have no clue what to do. I do not feel comfortable going into full detail what happened because I may still have to work there for my two week notice period.  But what I said on my instagram post is exactly what happened. My role was going to be outsourced by an external company and therefore I was no longer…

  • The back up plan…

      GET THE LOOK Earrings: Primark, alternative option here. Co ord: Primark, jacket OR similar one from boohoo in petite range here. Top: Primark, alternative option here. Belt: Primark Shoes: New Look My back up plan… It was something that I had been thinking in the back of my mind for quite sometime. A family. Starting one… or maybe not having one? I’m not 100% sure if I do want one… but what I do know is that I want a back up plan, just in case I do.   I mentioned before in my previous blog posts (The type of love I don’t want,,, being on of them)… that whenever…

  • I’m a Extroverted Introvert…

    GET THE LOOK Necklace: Zara, old. Alternative one I would wear here . Blazer: Zara, old. Similar ones here and here. Top: Topshop, sold out. Similar ones here and here. Skirt: Topshop Shoes: Primark, cant find online. Alternative one here. Not an introverted extrovert. The wording order of this is very important… I think. I am loud, I am friendly, I am bubbly and most people would say I come across as confident, even cocky, (which I find quite surprising!) But because of that I would have to put the extrovert in front of Introvert.    These terms are quite common. I know I’ve used them a few times to describe…

  • Men are ‘dicks’ and women are ‘psychos’…

    GET THE LOOK Hat: Primark, similar one here and here Jacket: H&M, old, similar one here and here Body: Zara Skort: River Island Socks: ASOS Shoes: Primark, old, similar ones here The above statements are the common phrases or descriptions of ex’s ‘men are dicks’ (which they can be!) and ‘women are psychos’ (which we can be!).  BUT I think these phrases are SO overused and under-explained.    That is such a common phrase I’ve heard from guys… ‘my ex is a psycho. FULL STOP.’ And then thats it. (They obviously don’t say the full stop. I just wanted to emphasis it lol). No explanation. No reason. No backstory. Nothing.…

  • Baby, Talk is Cheap…

    GET THE LOOK Earrings: Primark Jacket: Primark, old. Alternative ones here and here. Top: Shein Skirt: H&M, old. Alternative ones here and here. Belt: Primark, old. Similar one here. Shoes: Miss Selfridges, old. Alternative ones here and here. This SNTC talk is cheap episode inspired me to right this post… if I have any SNTC fans then no I did not have a lick in the ass experience (recently!) but just the title in general have me thinking.    Talk IS cheap.  I remember saying/thinking that actions speak louder than words. However the reason why talk can be important is that it highlights INTENT. The intention can colour the way…

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