• Sex Detox… when you’re just done…

    GET THE LOOK Choker: Primark, old. Similar one here. Jumpsuit: Primark. Similar one here. Handbag: Zara, old. Similar one here. Shoes: Primark My Sex detox was definitely long overdue. Caz had been telling me for a while that I should just cut out guys and sex all together. And I had been mulling it over for a bit but it wasn’t until I had that one last casual sexual encounter… and I realised I’ve just had enough…   As I have previously stated in numerous blog posts (“The back up plan…”), that I am the type of person that I’ll just keep trying until I can not physically try anymore. …

  • 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…

  • Your happy place…

    GET THE LOOK Earrings: H&M, sold out. Alternative option here. Blazer: River Island Lace Body: H&M Flares: Zara, old. Similar petite version here. Loafers: H&M Bag: Marc Jacobs bag, vintage. Alternative option here. That is such a used expression… your happy place. I think I’ve heard that saying at least 100 times throughout my life. Not because I knew a lot of people that had that as their cute saying.. but more like through tv, movies, books, advice. So now am going to talk about my happy place… and how it isn’t a physical place at all.. well it doesnt need to be. Its more like a place in your…

  • Why I am a big believer in divorce…

    GET THE LOOK Earrings: Zara, old. Alternative one here. Top: River Island, sold out. Alternative one here and a lighter denim one here. Shorts: Zara, old. Alternative one here. Heels: Zara, old. Alternative one here. Bag: Zara, old. Alternative one here. I remember I did this as an option post on my twitter… I tend to do little polls on there whenever I am struggling to pick a topic to do and this one received no votes what-so-ever and I couldn’t figure out why… then I realised my followers probably thought I am going to talk about how sad I was about my parents divorcing – when in actual fact I…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • In honour of Mental Health Awareness month …

    GET THE LOOK Earrings: Zara, sold out but similar one here Blazer: Primark, sold out but similar one here T-shirt: Zara Skirts: Zara Shoes: Converse Handbag: Vintage, another bag I LOVE and would wear here, here I find it quite me to do a 360 turn on topics… last week ‘the blank slate…’ I talk about how much I want to not be so intense and serious. But after hearing so much about mental health; seeing the Frightened Rabbit, Scott Hutchinson, losing his battle with mental health and corrie covering the topic of male suicide makes me want to honour mental health awareness month.    I have always been a…

  • The type of love I don’t want…

    GET THE LOOK Earrings: H&M Jacket: Zara, old (Similar one here) Jumper: H&M Bodysuit: Primark (So annoying you can’t order primark stuff online so here are other suggestions; here and here) Bottoms: Primark (Similar one here) Shoes: Converse I Have Nothing by Whitney Houston.  This was one of the songs I listened to on repeat when I was dating HM. HM was my first love… it was intense. It was as if any slight negative thing HM did/said to me broke my heart and left me in tears… I felt like he was my soulmate… like I NEEDED him to validate my existence.  I think first loves are always that intense…

  • “Where are you from..?” How I feel about being adopted.

      GET THE LOOK Jacket: Topshop, old (Similar ones here, here, lightweight version here) Earrings: Primark (Other suggestions here, want a different colour? green ones here, some cute pinky ones here) Necklace: Topshop, old (Other suggestions here, here, here) Top: Zara Jeans: Primark (Similar version here) Shoes; Primark (Similar ones here, or prefer kitten heels? here,  or more tassle power? here)   This is a question I have been asked so many times that I usually answer it with another question: originally or where I grew up? Because I NEVER, ever know how to answer that. I mentioned before in a previous post “are we all ignorant?” that AB hated being…

  • Are we all ignorant?…

    GET THE LOOK Crop Jacket: Zara Jumper: Zara, SOLD OUT, similar one from Missy Empire Jeans: Zara, SOLD OUT, similar one from here Handbag: Monki  Shoes: Primark   I feel like to some degree we all are, because isn’t it quite arrogant for someone to assume they know everything? … and if we are all in fact ignorant is that a bad thing?    If you were to put this question into very black and white terms then the answer would have to be no.  No, it is not good to be ignorant. Are you crazy? Who wants to be known as ignorant?   This notion came about when a…

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