At the end of March 2019, I made the decision to give up drinking, for good. Having been what I would classify as a “social drinker” for nine years, at the start of this year I realised that I was slowly but surely starting to become dependent on alcohol. The thought of dancing or talking … More “You’re Teetotal Now?!”
Me, me, me. My life is so awful, everyone else around me is moving ahead, reaping benefits, being happy, while I’m stuck here like a little rain cloud. That’s how I felt recently, like a bitter, miserable person that I didn’t want to be around, let alone inflict my company on anyone else! And I … More Opening My Eyes To Sikhi
I am a slave to my phone. Yes. Ugh what a first world, millennial problem to have! My phone is probably the most useful thing I own. It’s great for when I have a moment of inspiration and need to write something down in my Notes, or to call my friends and catch up on … More I’m A Slave 4 U
I shrug my shoulders and shake my head…what to do? The only compliments that you give consist of words like “sexy”, or “hot”, or “fit”…cringe! You’re reducing my appeal purely to the physical when I know that I’m much more than that. Tell me that you like how I’m witty, or driven, or compassionate, Don’t … More Dude, I’m An Onion!
Your brain can be fooled, and your heart is an idiot, but your gut doesn’t know how to lie In my 26 years on this earth I’ve never really paid much attention to the whole intuition thing. I’ve heard people talk about how a female’s intuition is a force to be reckoned with, but I … More Going With My Gut
The older I get the more I’m beginning to realise something: it’s damn near impossible to come across people (or even just one person) who you feel a genuine, effortless connection with right off the bat. People who you feel you can be your authentic self around. People who are on the same wavelength as … More Genuine Connections
A few days ago I got back from a two week holiday in India. I say ‘holiday’ but it wasn’t one of your typically relaxing breaks. Three big fat Indian weddings, three birthday celebrations and a religious function for my late-grandma, were all crammed into the space of our relatively short stay. At one point … More An Unconventional Holiday