Apathy About Politics Is A Privilege Many Of Us Don’t Have (354/365)

So, this is the post about everyone who says they don't pay attention to politics because they can't be bothered, or that it doesn't effect them - not only are these statements seeping in pure privilege but they're also infuriating. To ignore politics because of these reasons means you honestly don't care about other people, … Continue reading Apathy About Politics Is A Privilege Many Of Us Don’t Have (354/365)

The Time Me and My Friend Saved a Cat (353/365)

We have another door to door story coming up, it was a truly hectic day for everyone in our group, there were fights, threats and we saved a cat. Now this tale will focus on the cat because all of the violence that ensued that day can not be told by me, they're not my … Continue reading The Time Me and My Friend Saved a Cat (353/365)

Why I Don’t Really Set New Years Resolutions (352/365)

I remember earlier in the decade whenever December would come around I would panic and realise that every resolution I had set had been ignored and I would feel a lot of shame. I didn't drink more water, go to the gym, go to museums or read more and even though I never announced these … Continue reading Why I Don’t Really Set New Years Resolutions (352/365)

Cutting Down On Chocolate Is So Difficult (351/365)

I wrote a post earlier this year concerning migraines and common triggers, and from what I can remember I did mention how chocolate is a major trigger and sadly one of my main ones. I believe I also wrote something about how I struggled a lot to cut down on chocolate as I love the … Continue reading Cutting Down On Chocolate Is So Difficult (351/365)

Reflecting On How I was This Time Last Year(350/365)

A sea of reflection posts is inevitable at this point, there's 15 days left of this challenge and not only are we reminiscing because it's the end of a long year, but it's also the end of a decade. So the comparisons people are making are hefty and very monumental. So apologies if you hate … Continue reading Reflecting On How I was This Time Last Year(350/365)

My Twenties Are My Lost Childhood (349/365)

It must be because I'm the oldest girl in an immigrant household, but I didn't really have a childhood in the sense of bliss, innocence and freedom. I was, like most girls in my situation made to clean and babysit, I was responsible for everyone if my mother went out or wasn't feeling well. I … Continue reading My Twenties Are My Lost Childhood (349/365)

Sometimes Self Care Days Are Just Lazy Days (348/365)

As you might be able to tell the General Election results kind of hit me hard, it's not like I expected Labour to win, I just didn't expect the Conservatives to win by so much... I speak about racism a lot on this blog so I'm no stranger to the fact that it's alive and … Continue reading Sometimes Self Care Days Are Just Lazy Days (348/365)