One thing I’ve been teased about is my boobs, when they were small I was teased for not having any and now they are bigger I’ve had a lot of comments about showing them off. Why do I always have them out, why do I have them on show if I don’t want people looking? It’s exhausting.Read More Why was it so hard to post this?
I got this email today. Am I still excited to do this challenge? Yes. Have I prepared at all? Nope! I have got my t-shirt and like the idea of using the mile marker. I guess I have a week to get some gentle walks in so at least I’m not starting from scratch. Wish […]Read More Seven days to go!
From 10k’s, 5k’s, bungee jumps and sky dives I try to do something to raise money for charity every year.Read More Miles for Mind
For anyone who doesn’t know ‘The Raggy Dolls’ please at least Google the theme tune. Raggy Dolls was a kids cartoon that ran from the late 80’s to … ‘Raggy Dolls’ theme – self-love anthem?Read More ‘Raggy Dolls’ theme – self-love anthem?
Last week I was browsing Twitter in my usual lazy way and seeing if anything caught my eye when lo and behold, something did.Read More I Messed Up.
Next up in the joyous dressing spotlight series is Emma Randall. I hope you enjoy our interview, and the fabulous pictures she has allowed me to share below. I love this outfit, the mix of Velma and Coraline vibes is right up my alley! How did you learn about Joyous Dressing? I learned about Joyous […]Read More Joyous dressing spotlight – Emma’s outfit
Next up in the joyous dressing spotlight series is Emma Hearl. Emma’s instragram bio confirms that she is a lover of vintage and second hand clothing and is the owner of @guilded_butterfly_vintage which is an online vintage store. She also asks us to join her on #SerotoninStyling for fun inspo to brighten your day (can […]Read More Joyous Dressing Spotlight – Emma Hearl
I’ve talked about joyous dressing alot on here, I am a big fan, though I am always a little nervous about joining in with some of the challenges. I love to see the outfits and the stories and the inspiration people come up with, and always promise myself that next time I’ll really go for […]Read More Faerie core
A few weeks ago I posted about the Joyous Dressing movement, and the wonderful lady who started it. I enjoyed learning more about it and am grateful for so many of the wonderful people it has introduced me to so I decided to write a ‘spotlight series’. This means I can highlight some of those […]Read More Joyous dressing spotlight – The mature bohemian