Just a quick one today ladies. Focused on faulty, bad quality zips, A.KA. my new worst enemy. Picture this, you're in the toilet, in a bar, alone and the zip of your brand new playsuit only goes and breaks. You need safety pins, help, a double vodka mixer and to remember to breathe. Sound familiar? … Continue reading Why i’m absolutely sick of crappy quality clothes.
But...it feels borderline impossible when these days you can spend £30 on a primer alone and that shit doesn't even get seen. This being said, never fear because I have found a few little products that I just want to shout from the rooftops about. I am now immediately reminded that I should refrain from … Continue reading I wanna be a pretty girl with a pretty bank balance to match.
via Daily Prompt: Scent How exactly is success measured? In money, happiness, accomplishments? I'm not exactly sure. Just like the next girl, I have ambitions and dreams but will I actually be a success? I should state that I don't consider myself a feminist.However, I don't not consider myself a feminist either. I have just … Continue reading Reeks of Failure
Thanks Walt, that was exactly what I needed to hear to excuse my dramatic behaviour. Just because Cinderella could clean doesn't mean she should. This is very much similar to me. Whilst I can wack out the hoover and dust the shelves I do not want to and probably will not until the dust bunnies form … Continue reading 10 Life Lessons (or excuses) From Disney
Copycat As I browsed the Daily Post, I came across the phrase 'Copy Cat' and instantly the clogs in my head began to turn and I was reminded of something I'd written about a year ago. This was what first got me thinking of and enjoying writing. It was something for my A-levels but the 'Copy … Continue reading Another Classic Cat Fight
In every social group there are those things that we all do but we don't admit we all do them because really no one should do them. So behind the mask of a blog I'm going to admit them. Don't lie, you haven't washed your hair since Friday night either. You hit the town … Continue reading 10 secrets of a student
As you can tell from the title of my blog, I'm a little prone to the amateur dramatics so bear with me on this one... I remember being stood listening to yet another talk from yet another teacher about how the jump from GCSE to A-Level was incredibly difficult and that we shouldn't under estimate … Continue reading Sixth form and the tremendous trauma inflicted