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A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 4,200 times in 2015. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 4 trips to carry that many people.
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Living in a haunted house sounds like a dream to some people but the reality is it is a total nightmare. And I’m not joking. For the last 5 years I have lived in a haunted house. We aren’t talking paranoid thoughts of things happening. I’m talking about sitting in your kitchen at 1am and having a glass fly off the counter top.
Continue reading My adventures in ghost hunting
When it comes to changing your life it can seem like hard work, and looks like it can cost a lot of money. It’s not surprising that a lot of people who want to change feel like they can’t because they are constantly fed images of perfection. But improving who you are is not about perfection, it’s progression. Improving you does not happen over-night, it can take years but that is the fun of it. Even if you are broke, down on your luck, and feel like the worst person on the planet who can’t improve, there is a way. I have found a way to change your life, one step at a time, that will only cost you a pound a week for the next year. This will get you on the right track to self-improvement. That’s right. So even if you are flat broke and think that you don’t have the funds to change a little bit every week, then read on. This week it is beauty on a budget.
Continue reading A year to change your life: Week 1
It might surprise you all that I don’t live in the internet all of the time. There are times that I crawl out from under my rock and join the big world with some normal human interaction. This is what we have been up to this week…
Continue reading Weekly news: Learning and working
Teenagers. Horrible things aren’t they? Walking around with their youth, long hair and rock music. Ok, maybe I’m being a bit over dramatic but teenagers are annoying but not for the reason you would think. Teenagers get so much done in a day it makes me want to vomit. Don’t believe me? I tried a month-long experiment to see if I could fit everything that a teenager does into my adult day. The end results shocked me….
Continue reading Hi, I’m a teenager
I would consider myself a smart person. I don’t have all the answers but I have never pretended to know everything. But being on the internet makes me question everything that I know about the society that we live in. Mainly because the world is evolving at such a speed that I can’t keep up. But it’s also because I’m not angry and my life is filled with love. Soppy I know but it is true. Everyone seems to be angry these days but is it directed in the right places?
Continue reading Cultural appropriation is breaking our society
Another month and another bunch of spoilt pooches. I had actually forgotten that it was coming, that’s how out of it I have been this last while. Anyway, this month we got some goodies that we could not wait to try out. I was lucky to have gotten photos of some of these, they were needed as soon as I saw what they were.
Continue reading Dog Blogs: Ruby and Duke Box for October
So Lindsay called me out in a post she made about Barbie. Apparently she is under the impression Barbie is a good role model. Must be something in the water up there, probably fluoride, or rat piss. Anyway, after punching the wall until my knuckles bled and staring into the abyss until it gave me a funny look, I’ve come up with a list of five fictional female characters who I think are much better role models that Barbie.
Continue reading Five Fictional Female Role Models Better than Barbie.
The best things in life are free or so they say. This issue of the beauty edit I’m showcasing some products that I have either been sent or have got my mitts on for free somehow. Otherwise they have been a bargain from somewhere.
Continue reading The Beauty Edit: Freebies and bargain buys
If there is one thing that is certain is this world, it is the fact that myself and Rayn will argue about anything. So when he starting bad-mouthing Barbie during a meeting as promotional tool for encouraging women to be dumb and pretty, I nearly reached through my laptop to punch him. He must have sensed it so he set me a challenge. I had to find five reasons why Barbie is awesome and “pink” wasn’t to be one of them. Prepare to have your mind blown as I delve into the reasons why I think Barbie is a positive role model for young girls.
Continue reading Barbie is my Role Model