I've always been a little bit rubbish at reading. I tend to go through phases where I throw myself into a book but then can go for months without picking it up again. I know, I know, for a lot of you that probably sounds painful, but when you've got everything else in life weighing you down, reading, for me anyway, tends to be a pretty low priority on the list unfortunately.
Well hello there! Hey! Hi! Aloha! Howdy! How are you all doing then? I know, I know, long time no see, that's nothing new though, you should all know by now that I am the most inconsistent blogger in the world... This is my first post since the beginning of Summer, I'm feeling a little …
This post will probably come across as over-sharing, that's really not my aim. I'm also not looking for sympathy or for a flock of messages asking me if "I'm OK", that's really not why I'm here. As it is Mental Health Awareness week it felt like a good time to share my feelings and my own experiences with mental health issues.
Another week, another style post and another outfit with *way* more colour than I used to feel comfortable with...
Today's little spring outfit breakdown is an outfit which I'm gravitating towards *way* too much lately but it's one which I feel completely myself in so maybe that explains it.
This is the first of what will, hopefully, be a little stream of spring/summer styling posts. I've been planning these for a little while now and was excited to get going with them.
I'm incredibly guilty of getting stuck in my routine. Particularly in the winter months, leaving the house can be a chore. When my weekends come round, after a long old week at work, I'm more than happy to sit in, in the warm and not move from my sleepy blanket cocoon. Now, as much as that sounds like a pretty dreamy set up for a lot of people (including myself...) it starts becoming slightly Groundhog Day-esque and the weeks start merging into one, with nothing particularly interesting happening from one week to the next.