Now I won’t lie to you here and profess I’m the queen of productivity, because this is most definitely not the case.
I procrastinate far too much and seem to have made a habit out of causing myself more stress by not using free hours to catch up on work and be productive. Instead I use them to watch YouTube videos and get lost in the minefield of Twitter.
But hey, we all do it.
The pill. Those two little words have HUGE significance in a large percentage of women’s lives. It’s certainly been the buzz word in my life for the last ten years because if I’m being honest,…
There seems to be a growing epidemic of needing to be positive 100% of the time.
My Instagram (I like to think) is a place of positivity, happiness, kindness and love.
I try to keep it as a relatively bright and engaging space where I can inspire others to feel positive.
A highlights reel of happiness as it were.
But that doesn’t mean that I’m ok 100% of the time.
So let me set the context for this post.
A couple of years ago, I decided to undertake my own little social experiment.
And nope, don’t worry – I wasn’t going to be parading around Piccadilly Circus in my underwear or anything like that.
Though props to the girls who do have the confidence to do that!
Instead, I decided to stop reaching out to friends and see which of them reached out to me.