I've always had this 'Love/Hate' relationship with my nose. It wasn't until high school & someone made a passing comment and all of a sudden the thing on my face that I never really took much notice of, that helped me breathe, that every human being has... became this massive burden (quite literally) and reason … Continue reading Me, My Nose & I.
Every year begins the same! New year, new me! We set our resolutions and restrictions, health kicks and new diet regimes. Realistically we know within the first 30 days the band wagon wheel will well and truly break off and off we roll into old habits, but for some people, these new rules become more … Continue reading Interview with an eating disorder survivor.
From a young age we all dream of the fairy tale ending, meeting Prince Charming, the whirlwind romance, the perfect ceremony & then the pitter patter of tiny feet...feet we created, bore and cherish...But not all fairy tales share the same ending & in a cruel twist of fate, the mirror shatters, the carriage reveals … Continue reading An interview about… Infertility.
From saying you're sorry to not saying anything at all! Here are the 10 things a Make Up Artist wish you knew. 1) Don't apologise for your face! SERIOUSLY, stop doing that! Your face is a blank canvas & I mean that in the nicest way possible, we see something we can transform, enhance, something … Continue reading 10 things a make up artist wish you knew…
After my recent bout of emtophobia, i decided to monitor what really got my spikes going, what hacks me off,starts my panic attacks and basically what controls my mental well-being. There can be many triggers like i am sure most people are aware of who suffer with some sort of phobia or aniexty disorder. Some … Continue reading 10 things an Emtophobe wish you knew…
The good ways. The bad ways. and the damn right ugly ways. If you are like me, a parent of one or more, you’ll know by now the impact having children has on your life. Its not like a small bump in the road, its like a nuclear explosion of sick, poo, mess and hissy … Continue reading 10 ways having children change your life.
Can you imagine going through 9 months of anticipating the arrival of your baby, the months of shopping for clothes and imagining what they are going to look like,decorating the room with personal touches, daily going through different names in your head, imagining how content you’re going to feel when the new addition arrives, like … Continue reading You’re not a bad Mom.