It’s the blogosphere. Fads come in and out, and right now being a #GirlBoss is in. I fail to fit into this category of women, I’m quite frankly the furthest thing from a “girl boss”, and to tell you the truth I’m totally fine with it. You should be too. Read more
For my birthday this year I decided to take four nights in Lisbon. When I originally booked this trip, I decided I wasn’t going to take my camera with me and I was just going to enjoy it through my iPhone lens, but after some convincing I decided why not take my camera and take advantage of having something real cool to photograph for a change? So, here are some snippets from my four nights in Lisbon.
I have left my teens behind, I am no longer attached to being called a teenager. I am now “properly” an adult. Turning twenty years old did actually hit hard a little because it’s such a milestone, like, okay it’s not 21 but you’re leaving the teens behind. I’m still young but the number itself definitely makes me feel so much older. So yeah, I turned twenty this week. Here’s how I spent my birthday. Read more
Before I go to bed at night, and the first thing I do when I wake up, is check Instagram. I feel like lately this habit has become a little bit of a bad one, I’m observing more and more insta-girls come to light and I’m beginning to question how this is affecting women and even men. I personally don’t feel bad about not being an insta-girl, but for a lot of people I can see why you would. Read more
I turned TWENTY(!!) over this weekend, I have lived for two decades. During these two decades, I’ve learned quite a lot about myself and about life, so here is a few things that I learned. I was going to do a twenty things I’ve learned at twenty, but to be honest the post would get a bit boring. Read more
Childhood is a joy, for a large sum of us, our childhood is where our happiest and most fondest memories are. But, what about actually growing up? Getting over growing pains and self discovery, becoming a “mature” adult. Here’s some thoughts on that. Read more
Self discovery and finding out who you are and what you like are all a part of growing pains. It’s normal to feel unsure as a teenager about who you are, it’s totally fine to feel a bit lost. But for me, it was a real struggle, and I don’t even understand why, since I’ve always been into the same things, why did I let the opinions of others dictate the real me?
We all make mistakes, and we all have regrets. But, after some time you look back and realise that actually, doing that thing at that time, was a good experience, something to not regret. Here’s a few things I once regretted, but now I’m glad I did. Read more
When I was a young teen, between the ages of twelve and thirteen, I began to meet people who would shape me, and stay in my life even through the hard times, and through the times I’ve been a bit of an arse. These are my internet friends. People I’ve met on the internet who I just gel with. People I care about, and who care about me. These are the things that they have taught me. Read more