Until recently, I was of the belief that we can’t buy happiness but we sure as hell can pay to rid life of our issues. What changed?
The only thing still standing firm throughout 2020 with no sign of crumbling under the pressure of Covid is the list of New Year’s Resolutions that I didn’t make & therefore haven’t broken.
There’s a lot of exclusive singles slang to navigate the modern dating scene, so I’ve compiled a list of our own relatable couples’ colloquialisms. Because, lord knows, married life can be even more complex than Tinder!
That fine line between being “at work” & being “at home” is becoming increasingly blurred but I have five tried & tested behaviours to keep work at work for that full on cosy wifestyle at home.
The festivities of the 75th VE Day turned out to be the surprise pick-me-up that we didn’t know we needed during lockdown until Britain came together with our trademark stiff upper lips & quintessential English street parties of togetherness.
Let go of the “have nots” that The Real Housewives & Co. are infamous for & focus on our own “haves” that we’re lucky to be locked down with right now to recreate our own wag luxury.
While we’re housebound & avoiding the overwhelming negativity of social media, our saving grace that we should show our gratitude to is the arts; film, TV, YouTube, books, blogs, sports entertainment.
A health initiative that embraces both change and the happy fatty life sounds like the ultimate contradiction but I have genuinely found that this is a reality, & I’m proud to say I’m part of it.
Life always finds a way of getting between us & our friends but Cheeky Zebra cards are the key opportunity to remind them of our undying platonic love.
Imagine a Love Island of more than “beautiful people” living their best life in fully tanned & toned, accessible, cis gendered, heterosexual paradise in the diverse dream Casa Amour stay…
This time of year divides us into Team Fatness or Team Fitness, leaving my fat-positive-but-wanting-to-lose-weight-for-personal-health-reasons arse in the middle of a real life venn diagram.
After much soul searching with equal amounts of self loathing & self loving, I finally have a conclusion to last post’s discussion.