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What do you do when the love of your life decides to move to a different country? You’ll most probably burst down in tears and maybe even consider going with him. I’ve been there and did both. In my blog ‘When Are You Getting Married, [Insert Your Name]?’ I briefly touched on long distance relationships and said that this would be a topic for another day. Well today is the day to dive into this topic. Can you see yourself being in a long distance relationship if your partner decides to move to a different country to chase their dream? In this blog I will be discussing three points you gotta have in place in order for your long distance relationship to work. A Little Background Story… When I was 18 years old, I fell head over heels for a guy. We were in a relationship and everything was going so well.…

Have you ever watched a show where a girl declares her love to a guy by saying ‘I Love You’ only for him to respond back saying or doing something completely different? Some men will just kiss you to avoid saying it back or they’ll respond back with 101 questions about a different topic to distract you from the fact that you even said it in the first place! His reaction has got you thinking all kind of things… Does he even love me? Did I say it too soon? Are we on the same page? Hmm don’t you hate that feeling of uncertainty? It’s like you regret saying it all together! So that leads me to asking this question: When is the right time to say ‘I Love You’ to your partner? I’ll be using ily as a short version of ‘I Love You’ in this blog and will also be…

That moment when a potential bae texts you ‘What you doing today? Let’s meet up’. You want to consider going but you know fully well that you already made prior plans with your girlfriends. What should you do? This feels like the most difficult decision you’ve ever had to make in your life. You have an angel on one side of your shoulder telling you to stick to your original plans and the devil on the other side convincing you to meet up with him. Confusion at its finest. In this post, I will discuss points to consider before deciding to go on a spontaneous meet up with a dude. Stop overthinking! As women we think so far ahead before we’re even in a relationship. ‘If I don’t go, he’ll never ask me to meet up again. If I don’t go, we’ll never get married.’ Wait, wait, wait a minute… get…

When you walk into a room full of people, you always notice someone looking at you. I guess it’s a normal reflex because we all look at the door when someone walks in. But there have been times when I’ve walked into a room and feel like people won’t stop staring at me. Especially when I’m wearing heels. It’s not just a normal stare, it’s a Woow she’s very tall! type of stare. Obviously like I said before, people will always stare but it’s the way you stare at people that can make someone feel uncomfortable. Am I too tall to wear heels? A couple of years ago, I went to a house party with a few friends. As we were walking in I heard a guy say “This girl is so tall, she’s actually taking the p*ss”. Everyone that heard him say that started staring at me. Some of…

It’s getting closer to your birthday, shindig, party or whatever event you have organised. You wake up, head straight to your calendar and cross out each day on your calendar as you approach your anticipated event. Every time you think about your party, you start picturing how it’s going to be like and without realising it, you start making plans for you and “Him”. You’re finally going to introduce him to everybody that night! So, you even start making plans for the day after your party by making sure he doesn’t have anything planned so you guys can go for breakfast together and spend the WHOLE day together like the night before was not enough LOL. You can’t get enough of him. You can’t wait for this day to come because he has no reason to flop you because of course, he wants to see you that day. The Waiting Game As…

“Positive vibes only” or PVO for short, has become a very popular saying. Instagram has been flooded with posts spreading positive messages to keep people sane during the day. These posts keep me in check at times when I feel to have a go at someone for annoying me. I just remember to “Woosah” and, to speak and think positive.  The word negative is associated with anger, upset, evil and the list goes on. Those three words do not appeal to me and I sure don’t want to be described to be any of these things. But what happens when people around you are negative? How do you deal with the negativity around you? In this post, I will be sharing a few tips on how to handle the negativity that is around you. B*tch don’t kill my vibe! Have you ever had a conversation with someone and nothing good…

“Wow, you’re so tall!”…..”Wait, how tall are you actually?” These have got to be the most common phrases and questions that I hear over and over again. I’ve been stopped by strangers on the streets and random people at parties/shindigs just to answer questions about my height. Even Bossman in the corner shop has enquired about my height! But, have you ever felt so uncomfortable about your height to the point where everywhere you go, you always “stand out”? Like literally! I can so relate to that. It’s so easy to spot me at events that I can’t even lie and say I wasn’t there lol. Also, have you felt like “one of the guys” at school? The boys considered you as part of the Mandem even though you aren’t even a tomboy *sigh*. A couple years ago when I was in college, many high street shops like Topshop did not have…