Glass Half Full

Since as far back as I can remember I’ve always been very self-aware. I know myself pretty much inside out, back to front and sideways too! So with that in mind, if I happen to be going through a tough time I know that there are seven things that I can do (in no particular order) … More Glass Half Full

Nineties Nostalgia

Today I had one of those reflective days, my mum and I were sorting through old photos and I found myself being consumed by a familiar wave of nostalgia. I started reminiscing about my childhood and just how different my youth was compared to that of my younger cousins and nephews and nieces who would all be … More Nineties Nostalgia

Pro-Curvy= Anti-Skinny?

Is it just me or have society and the media become very anti-skinny these days? Think about it, media icons like: Kim Kardashian, Kelly Brook, Mariah Carey, Beyonce and Kate Upton who we constantly see making headlines and filling the gossip magazines all have one thing in common…they’re voluptuous women. And that’s great because it means … More Pro-Curvy= Anti-Skinny?

A Grey Area

Ok so this may be interpreted as a bit of a controversial post and where I’m going with it I have no clue as of right now. Usually before writing a blog post I have a logical train of thoughts in my mind. It starts with an idea, which leads on to a point/argument and … More A Grey Area

Don’t Stop The Beat

Recently I discovered a pattern. Whenever I leave my house in the mornings for work I’m pretty much dead to the world. No really I kid you not. Anyone who makes even a slight  attempt to interact with me before 8.30am will either be mindlessly grunted at, completely ignored or subjected to one of my deadly … More Don’t Stop The Beat

Clap Along

  Ok, so I’ve recently discovered my new favourite song by Pharrell Williams, and it’s called Happy! Slightly reminiscent of R Kelly’s Happy People, which conveys a similar message of soulful contentment, this is the song that makes waking up at 7.17am on a cold Monday morning  so  much more bearable. It’s the song that … More Clap Along

Just Another Crazy Night

An immense venue dons a thick, heavy cloak of darkness, Hundreds of sweaty bodies are pushed and squeezed together inside, Multi-coloured strobe flashlights illuminate the setting, Synchronised intricately with the baseline of the deafening music, Drinks spill, glasses smash, and valuables lie scattered across the sticky floor, The speakers vibrate and boom all night long, … More Just Another Crazy Night