20 Things We’re Not Bringing Into 2020 (356/365)

We're keeping up the generic new years resolution theme to end this year of daily blogging because honestly I want to write about it, and it's a lot easier than accessing my brain and trying to bring out the smarter side of it. It has switched off for the year and I'm not sure how … Continue reading 20 Things We’re Not Bringing Into 2020 (356/365)

10 Days Left To Go! My Personal Review Of 2019 (355/365)

Wow guys, we're on the final 10 days of the year, have you managed to get your resolutions from the beginning of the year and assessed how your year has gone? Personally I didn't set many resolutions this year purely because my huge one was to write more, and that came about in the form … Continue reading 10 Days Left To Go! My Personal Review Of 2019 (355/365)

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 You Have To Accept You’re Surrounded By Racists #GeneralElection (347/365)

Like many I woke up today gutted with the news that not only did the Conservatives win, but they won by a landslide. Many areas like Wales, Stoke and up North switched to voting Tory and not only was it shocking but it forced a lot of us to accept that the silent majority hold … Continue reading Sometimes You Have To Accept You’re Surrounded By Racists #GeneralElection (347/365)

Stop Normalising The Idea That You Need To Be Overworked (345/365)

I honestly don't know which capitalist normalised the idea of being overworked, stressed and depressed due to work, but we need to get rid of it and we need to do it ASAP. I'm only 26 and the amount of conversations I've had with friends and colleagues about how much unpaid overtime they do and … Continue reading Stop Normalising The Idea That You Need To Be Overworked (345/365)