It’s been 12 months since I shut down my two separate Blogger pages and set sail on a writing adventure- new domain, new name and some definite ups and downs! I’m marking the blogiversary by chatting about all the things I’ve learned so far.
Hey internet babes,
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week and I’ve been agonising over whether I should talk openly about the issue of psychological well being in the workplace, but I feel this week is providing me the perfect opportunity, so here goes.
I’ve been a part of the bloggersphere for a little while now, and with the recent outing of a number of people using bots and fake followers on their social media channels, I wanted to talk about the importance of support.
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As I’m writing this, I’m literally shook. SO.MANY EMOTIONS. I just finished 13 Reasons Why (a show that’s on Netflix) and my mind is racing. I honestly think that it’s the most important show on TV right now and it’s sheer depth and breadth had me flawed- where has this show been all this time?!
Working in retail, it’s commonly known that it’s important to know what your customer ‘looks like’. A style tribe if you will. That got me thinking recently about how you define your own style, and whether I wanted to really stick myself in a box, or want everyone else to define me as liking a certain style- what if you don’t feel like you fit into any particular box?
It’s pretty much impossible to go through life without comparing yourself to a single person, but in an age of social media when you only have to use your thumb to scroll and someone’s life is in front of you, it’s kinda hard not to second guess yourself.
When it comes to issues with the body, there’s those good days and those bad days; you know? Body confidence and weight is something I’ve never really talked about on here, and that’s mainly because I always shy away from discussing my body and whether I’m happy with it- one day I’m like *BAM* holy shit I look good, and other days I feel bloated and ballooning.