…it was time to correct myself before I wrecked myself.
Years of tweezing and waxing have seen my eyebrows take on all of the geometric shapes they could muster, from the ‘comma’ to the ‘flatline’, they’ve done it all! In September, I decided to let my eyebrows grow out where they have been waxed and plucked in the hopes of a new shape presenting itself by years end. By November, it had become too much and there were only so many two-inch hairs I could pull out by hand, it was time to correct myself before I wrecked myself.
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***GIVEAWAY ENDED*** This giveaway will run from today, 1 December 2017 until Friday, the 8th of December 2017 at 1700 after which I will announce the winner.
GIVEAWAY ENDED – Congratulations
It feels like only yesterday that I was thanking everyone for over 2000 views on Moonsomnia and now we are nearing 3000 – hopefully reachable by the end of the year. Thank you to everyone who supports me: my readers on the blog, my followers and fans on social media and of course the amazing brands that allow me to collaborate with them.
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We are all the ultimate serial killers and I don’t know about you, but I am feeling guilty.
Like many, I too was glued to my television on Sunday evening staring into the vast blue expanse that is our Blue Planet (II). This BBC created documentary, narrated by the influential Sir David Attenborough has not only given us vast insight into our oceans and their many –sometimes petrifying- inhabitants, but also raised a needed awareness around saving our seas and what we can do as humans to stop the clock on the devastation that pollutes 71% of the earth’s surface.
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A Xennial takes the middle ground between the negative, pessimistic Generation X and the overly positive, optimistic Generation Y, this according to sociologists and demographers globally.
I have grown up in in a world where social interaction both in person and digitally is the perfectly acceptable norm. Where playing outside with your friends under the glow of the street lamp was just as natural as sending your message over the interwaves within 140 characters. I grew up using an encyclopaedia in a library to research school projects and now use Google to research personal ones.
Continue reading “What’s in a label – Xennial vs. Millennial?”