Ever since I was about eleven, I’ve had to justify my sense of style, my interests, and sometimes my hobbies too; and although everyones walking around in a metallica and guns n roses t-shirt these days, back when I was first discovering myself it was considered abnormal to have a love of rock music and the alt scene. Even though everyone’s wearing the bands I was looked down upon for liking, I still feel like to this day I’m having to justify why I got tattoos, why I dress the way I do and why I am the way I am. Read more
I found growing up to be pretty difficult, I didn’t know what I was doing with myself and I questioned myself and what I wanted to do so much. I made a lot of mistakes, but looking back on them and reflecting has given me a few things that I want to say to a Georgia who was sixteen years old. Read more
Ever since I was a kid, I always knew the type of person who I am. I knew I liked rock music and I knew I wanted the tattooes, piercings and wild sense of style. Of course in my mind as a kid that was a much more dramatic version of what I ended up becoming, but I’ve always been unapologetically myself. Which really, I love. Read more
Hey everyone, firstly I would like to thank Georgia for letting me guest post on her blog. It’s such a wonderful opportunity to have! Secondly I think I should introduce myself. Well, I am Becca from www.beccasloveforlife.co.uk and blog all about makeup, skincare, fashion and sometimes do lifestyle posts. Read more
Wow this is a niche post. But as the title suggests, I really believe anime helped my mentality to improve. A lot has gone on in my life over the years, the same as yours and the same as the person sitting next to you, but anime really gave me a kick up the butt.
Something I do not do, and will never do, is get too personal online. I will never share too much about myself and my life, because there’re certain things people just simply don’t need to know. This is perfectly fine though, and more people should feel okay not sharing everything in a world where we are constantly being told to. Read more