Wow. I was just looking for an image in Pexel for this post and I typed in the search bar ‘single.’ The related searches suggested; ‘woman’, ‘alone’, ‘lonely’. I think this is a big problem with the way society looks at people being single. No, let me correct that statement; the way society views women … More The Truth To Why I’m Single
Hello Sweet Peas! Welcome to day 27 of Blog a Day in May! Today’s post is on five things I have learnt about myself and life since leaving University a year ago. Lesson one: You can’t please everyone – I’ve always been a people pleaser, but when you’re a kid that’s generally translated as you being … More BADIM 27: Five Things I Have Learnt This Year.
Hello Sweet Peas! Welcome to day 26 of Blog a Day in May! Today I want to talk a bit about something that is very important to me. Animals. More specifically the animals that have been in my life while growing up. It was whilst I was led on the floor of my living room, … More BADIM 26: Why Growing Up With Animals Is Important!
Happy Saturday Sweet Peas! You’ve probably read the title of this post and are currently thinking I’ve lost the plot. Well, I haven’t…I don’t think. I came across this story when my mate tagged me in a post on Facebook. The story was about an Italian woman who had had a wedding so beautiful, it … More People Are Marrying Themselves. Here’s Why!
Happy Saturday, Sweet Peas! It occurred to me to me this morning that this coming Wednesday is Valentine’s day. Now, I hate Valentine’s day. I’ve only celebrated it once in my life and that was when I was sixteen. Other than that, whether I’m in a relationship or not I never really bothered. Why … More Who Needs a Valentine!
Christmas is my favourite time of year. From the first of December to the 25th I am like a little child again. My family and I have so many traditions from food to decorations. Every day is filled with something that we only get to do this time of the year. Lights – Call me a … More Blogmas 17: My Favourite Things About Christmas!
We all have different traditions within our families. Many of them depend on your religion, your country and individuals. I always find it so interesting to learn about peoples family traditions. Since becoming friends with people from the states I’ve realised how huge Thanks Giving traditions are. Here in the UK, we don’t have Thanks … More Blogmas 13: Christmas Traditions.