As part of my '12 months of self control' project, I decided to give up chocolate for a month. Naturally I picked February to attempt this, what with it being the shortest month, I know, bloody genius. The main reason for doing this was because I am a chocoholic, and I do not use the … Continue reading Chocolate
Hangovers are diverse and, like snowflakes, each one is unique. Only one thing is for certain, They occur every Sunday and in my experience fit into 6 categories. 1. Food Poisoning When you wake up with cold sweats and a pounding headache, followed by intervals of projectile vomiting for the remainder of the day. You … Continue reading Shame Sunday
When it comes to men, there are only two thought processes that flow through my mind, 'Yes' and 'No'. The more yesses a man scores, the better chance the guy has of me being interested, but a single no and I will never be attracted to you, no matter how hard I try, I just … Continue reading Deal Breakers
I decided to watch Eastenders this week, haven't been into it for about a year but I couldn't miss this could I? Previous thoughts this week; "EMERGHAD it's Richard Blackwood, Dad, look, it's RichardfuckingBlackwood, i've got to text Hannah immediatley" *makes mental note to schedule in a listen of 1,2,3,4 get wid da wicked pronto*. … Continue reading Thoughts I had whilst watching #EELive
People often say that when breaking up, the best and most noble way to do it is face-to-face. Any other way is deemed as the cowards way out. I've never personally been a fan of the face-to-face scenario. Meeting on mutual turf is age old advice that supposedly makes it fairer and easier? Which brings … Continue reading Break-Ups
I gave up men for a month and this is what I found out.
I'n not religious, I have no obligation to fast during Ramadan, nor do feel the need to give up something for Lent. But for some reason around Christmas time whilst reflecting upon the previous year as we all do, I started thinking about the new year and what I wanted to do with 2015. At … Continue reading 12 Months of Self Control
1. Somewhere to dump my thoughts I am by no stretch of the imagination a writer and have no aspirations for anyone to take this seriously. However I'm painfully aware that I post far too many status' on facebook, cluttering people's news feed like it's going out of fashion, it's getting out of hand. I also … Continue reading 3 reasons why I’ve decided to start ‘blogging’.