Online dating is the bane of a single girl’s existence. For many girls, apps like Tinder may be the only way to meet someone new. However, the dating pools on these things aren’t always the best. Looking for love on Tinder, therefore, ends up being way more difficult than it should be. The following Dirty Dozen men really, truly don’t help the dating cesspool that is known as Tinder… Continue reading “12 Different Guys You’ll Meet On Tinder”
If this sounds a bit too ‘touchy feely’ tough luck, I’m a tree-hugging kinda person. I have worked in mental health recovery for over 15 years and to be honest one of the most effective ways to give recovery a helping hand is completely free, pretty easy and the chances are you are doing it anyway! This is how to walk your way to wellness. Continue reading “Walk your way to wellness”
So I cancelled my gym membership, for the second time .
That moment when you are greeted by a bouncy smiley receptionist is almost enough to make you walk out or possibly try and get on a treadmill in your work clothes to avoid declaring you are leaving them like a mid- life crisis . I started to feel bad but I had to bite the bullet and fess up, this relationship is over and not doing much for me (mainly because I will do anything to avoid going in the first place).
What the fuck did we do before smart phones existed? How did we know what complete strangers were doing with their weekend and would we really have remembered our sister’s birthday without facebook reminding us with a friendly, yet firm, pop up notification? Continue reading “5 things you could be doing instead of falling into an Instagram hole”
Turning 30 is often celebrated as a massive milestone. No longer a teenager, no longer a young adult maneuvering through your twenties; this is it, this is your thirties.In younger years, I associated this stage of life with being old. You would obviously be married and with at least two kids and a white picket fence. The reality for me when I turn… Continue reading “Welcome to your thirties”
A review of the edgy female led television series. The second biggest disappointment of 2017 (you can’t trump the first- pun totally intended) is that the season finale of the painfully raw and relatable Girls has kicked off the final fling this year. Continue reading “What Girls has taught us about being ‘the ladies’”
Things we need to stop feeling guilty forSaying no, and sticking with itThese days we are massively overwhelmed and at times overworked with requests both from work/study and our personal life. Whether this is being asked to squeeze another task in when you already have a deadline to wrestle with or being asked to a birthday party and a fundraiser… Continue reading “Not guilty”
Unless you have been living under a rock, you would have at minimum had somebody thoroughly dissect the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why in your lunch room. Having watched the series overall, I appreciated the rawness and non-censored way in which mental illness was portrayed. That being said, I am disillusioned and disappointed as to the follow up m… Continue reading “If you watched ’13 reasons why’ here are 10 ways you can actually support somebody”
Style. A word with many meanings depending on the context, for the purpose of this piece we will be referring to the type of style which has people saying things like “omg I LOVE that style” or “omg wtf is she wearing?”.I am the first to admit that if there is something absolutely hideous in a clothing shop I will most definitely fall in love with … Continue reading “You Are What You Wear”
Dr. George Nicholas Papanicolaou. A name which has the connotations of a designer who showcased his wares at the latest London Fashion Week. A clothing designer he is not, however, he did something more pioneering by developing what we now know as the Pap smear, now you can see where the name came from people -every day is a school day.Considering I recently had mine (I am all for overshare here) I thought about why some women avoid this test or become a bit like OH FUCK about it. Continue reading “Fear of the smear?”