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)

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)

To Everyone Who Defends Their Racist Friend (324/365)

I think it's safe to say the theme of this week is racism, and it's inspired by pure pettiness - I wish I was a better person, but I'm really not. Now we all have one friend who's about a decade or two behind with everything, the ones who complain about political correctness or are … Continue reading To Everyone Who Defends Their Racist Friend (324/365)

Should I Be Open About My Mental Health? (322/365)

I write a lot about mental health, self care and generally like to give advice and tips based on my own experience, but one thing I've never done is actually write about my own raw experiences. One of the reasons why is because I don't like to be open about my own personal pain online, … Continue reading Should I Be Open About My Mental Health? (322/365)

My Transition from being a Tomboy to the Woman I am Today (321/365)

Like many girls who grew up and experienced their teenage years in the naughties, I was a proud tomboy. Part of it was because I rejected anything feminine and looked down on 'girly girls' and another big part of it was because I crave comfort over anything else. So I looked down on dresses and … Continue reading My Transition from being a Tomboy to the Woman I am Today (321/365)

My Experiences with Work Place Racism (305/365)

I don't actually know why I took so long to write this post, but in all honesty it refers a lot to my previous job (and the one before that) so maybe I was trying to be smart about it. As the title suggests this post will be about my personal experiences with work place … Continue reading My Experiences with Work Place Racism (305/365)

Halloween Confession – I Can’t Watch Horror Films (304/365)

Yes, this is the one where I expose myself for not being able to watch most horror films, some of you reading this might understand the points I'm about to make, whilst others are just going to be left in a state of confusion and honestly this is something that isn't going to change. So … Continue reading Halloween Confession – I Can’t Watch Horror Films (304/365)

My Younger Sisters Are All Feminists And It’s Great (298/365)

I don't know if I'ver perfected the balance between talking about social justice, family, mental health and everything else just yet when it comes to this blog, but as we're nearing the end of this challenge I feel like I'm just going to post a lot of little thoughts and musings as I've already covered … Continue reading My Younger Sisters Are All Feminists And It’s Great (298/365)

I Almost Forgot To Write Something For Today (297/365)

I legitmately almost forgot to write a post for today, this hasn't happened for a while. I've been knowingly late and made plans to write a post super late but today it completely slipped my mind until right now - 9pm as I'm writing it. So naturally I'm not sure what to write about as … Continue reading I Almost Forgot To Write Something For Today (297/365)