Not all men. How does this help the 13-year-old girl in her school uniform being glared at by a much much older man on the train? How does this stop that man from putting his hand down his trousers and touching himself while staring at that same girl?
So I know I am still a 20-something and probably haven’t taken some of this advice myself yet but I was inspired to write this by a similar post I saw online. Growing up is hard and these are just my thoughts on the crazy journey that is life.
I’ve always been a quiet human. I’ve overcome a lot of worries and push myself every day to gain confidence and be a friendly, open person. When I was little, I was painfully shy and wouldn’t want to talk to unknown members of my own family let alone strangers, always hiding behind and holding onto the back of my mum’s knees. I would never speak up for myself and though I was never bullied, I was pretty much a push-over as my silence made me seem weak.
London is my home-town, South South London to be precise. I adore it with all my little heart and all the wonders it has to offer. And most of all – the food. I am so glad I have people around me who share in my love of food and who will join me. So here is the first half of my list of the top ten places I have stuffed my face in this beautiful city and would suggest to you to do the same! Sidenote: these are in no particular order so just go visit them all.
A few weeks ago, I went for a meal with a few friends from work but this was no ordinary meal.
Coconut oil has become an absolute staple in my life recently. I use it every single day in different ways from health and beauty to cleaning. If someone took my beloved jar of the stuff away, I would truly be at a loss in life. And seeing as it is so important to me, I thought I would share the ways in which I use it.
I recently decided after quite a bit of thought and research to get a nipple piercing. After reading other people’s experiences, I wanted to share mine so far (as it’s only been just over a week).