Hi Everyone, Congratulations! We finally made it to December which means all of your christmas tree's should be up (if you're anything like me they went up at the end of November) and you should be getting into the festive spirit. Or, if you're anything like my mum, you will be rushing around trying to … Continue reading CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE 2017- TEENAGE BOY EDITION
Hello loves, Today is a slightly different blog to my usual style. I have decided to start branching out my ideas to accommodate more audiences and thus here we have a new series of 'Christmas Gift Guide 2017'. Today we are starting with a gift guide for teenage girls. To all those guys out there … Continue reading CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE 2017- TEENAGE GIRL EDITION
It's been eight days, 192 hours, 11520 minutes since you invaded my home. My blinds are sealed, my curtains are sewn and my sheets are wrapped around my aching body. My pillow is a sponge; carrying the tears that flow from my sunken eyes and holding them close. I can feel the coldness of the stale … Continue reading I’m Taking My Body Back
When my voice can't find the words to say my heart speaks for me. My arms wrap around him with the silent words of comfort. My lips touch his with the whispers of love. My tears fall for him leaving with the screams of pain. When the world turns almost silent, when my voice can … Continue reading When My Voice Can’t Find The Word’s To Say
One million people commit suicide each year. Out of seven billion of us, one million end their lives. Yet no one seems to be fucking talking about it. Recently it was World Suicide Prevention Day. The world came together over Twitter, Facebook and nearby cafe's to raise awareness over suicide. However, it shouldn't just be … Continue reading It’s Time To Talk About Suicide.
I get asked a lot from various people what it is like being a special educational need's teaching assistant and thought I'd do what I do best; write about it. A lot of people tell me that for my age (17) I am amazing. Simply due to what I choose to do five days a … Continue reading What Is It Like Being A Special Need’s Teaching Assistant At 17?
To my body, I hate the way you look. I hate the way you feel and move and breathe. I hate every living thing about you and I so wish you would change. I wish you would just disappear and start back anew. I wish you would be different. The fat on my arms disgusts … Continue reading Dear My Body
"And will I ever be beautiful?" she whispered to the wind. To which the wind replied with a deafening silence that confirmed her question. She may be beautiful one day, but she would never feel it. She would never see the beauty in her long brown hair. How it falls gently down her back, cascading … Continue reading Will I Ever Be Beautiful
When I went to the doctors at 3 years old the doctor told my mum that her child was putting on too much weight. That her hips were getting wide and her chin was getting flabby and her stomach was just too big for a child of that age. He told her that her child … Continue reading To The Doctor Who Called Me Obese
The first time I wrote about Love was in Year 6. My teacher set us a question for an English project. 'Who do you love?'. And my ten year old self answered with things like my family, friends and pets. I was naive and didn't really know what love was. The second time I wrote about … Continue reading Let’s Talk Love