Its taken me years to accept my own mental health. Even to this day, I have rarely spoken the truth out loud. In fact, I can count on one hand how many people I have straight out told that I have depressed: Three. For many years I was too embarrassed to tell anyone that I was feeling … Continue reading My depression and I
I have a weird relationship with fashion. Like every teenager I was always torn between wanting some one to notice me and wanting to fade into the background. I was desperately trying to find myself. Going through all different kind of phases, trying out new looks (and hair colors) just trying to find one that … Continue reading Man Repeller and my Growing Fashion Confidence
I started college in 2010, and before any of you get on my case about my use of the term college let me tell you, Americans say college when they talk about university because they are referring to the individual colleges within Universities. Its in the American vernacular, what am I going to do about … Continue reading Why the fuck am I so nostalgic for college?
When I first started writing this I thought I had a clear stance on hats that don’t cover mens ears. Spurred on by an article in Man Repeller, I felt validated and secure in my opinion.My take on them was like that vine of the girl dancing whilst singing: “I don’t understand bitch, I don’t … Continue reading Hats that don’t cover mens ears
I thought one of the perks of dating some one who doesn’t have social media is that when it ends you not only don’t have to erase them from any thing but also don’t have to unfriend them. They essentially leave no mark at all.Goodreads is arguably the most under appreciated form of social media. … Continue reading Why am I still friends with him on Goodreads?