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Ok, so part two of my pops of pink theme.

Now technically, in my apartment my living room should actually be the bedroom but I decided to swap that around as my clothes and shoes took up far too much space, literally! So because of said swap my living room is kinda small but I’ve styled it as best I can. Of course if I was working with a much larger space I’d have the obligatory huge comfy sofa unit which every living room needs and I think I’d maybe display huge colourful canvases on the wall to add some more warmth.  I’m hardly here and as I’ll be moving soon I thought this was a better time then any to take some snap shots of this small little room for memory sake and future inspiration.

Anyway check out how I infuse some pops of pink into the room.



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Are you an authentic blogger?

10 February, 2014


I write this title only because I came across a guest post written on one of my favourite websites/blogs by a writer who’d decided to vacate into her own rectum. Her blurb wrote something along the lines of, “Alongside blogging I am a published writer, I am not just a blogger.” I took abit of an offence to that, she may as well have written, “Oh bless you all with your little blogs, but I do this sh*t properly!” To me her statement told me more about herself and her own insecurities than her entire article ever would. I’ve seen other bloggers write similar condescending statements too such as, “I’m a professional blogger and I take what I do seriously.” No kidding love, you take yourself so seriously that I’m now bored and I’m currently leaving your website, bye!

But this all got me thinking, what constitutes anyone nowadays, with the freedom of the world wide web, to say someone can’t be anything other than what they choose to be, and since when did the “Blogging Police” become so PC as to establish what grounds grant you an authentic and legitimate blogger?