I would love to be that person who could just grab their passport and go, but that really isn’t me. When it comes to travel, I’m a planner.
Unless you’ve been under a rock for the last couple of days, you’ll know that Pokemon Go is taking the world by storm. Heck, we even had to explain it to my boyfriend’s Grandma after it was on the six o’clock news.
Wherever you go at the moment you’ll see people on their phones, catching Pokemon. You’ll overhear people talking about it, and you definitely can’t get away from it on Twitter.
As a fine haired gal, dry shampoo is my saviour. Here are a few home truths for those of us who are addicted to the dry stuff.
Although whiteness sadly still comes with a whole lot of privilege, being pale is not a good thing in the beauty industry. The ideal is a very narrow one, and the ideal is golden.
All skin tones are beautiful in their own way. Everyone has colours they look amazing in and their own unique look, which should be celebrated. But while I see people with darker skin celebrating it, it seems all fair skinned people want to do is change their skin tone.
Of course you haven’t (but if you have – call me). It’s just that I’ve been thinking. My decision to follow someone on Twitter usually takes a split second. What do I base that decision on? There are a few things which are definite Twitter-turn-offs. Here are mine…
So what happened? Did I grow out of reading, stop making time or did my degree turn reading into a chore?
So, I’m not doing that. But I do want to talk about my break from blogging.