Yep, it's that time of year again. Valentines Day. Personally, I'm not a huge fan of Valentines Day I always think it feels forced & is just a big money maker. But, I still love to go out for dinner and treat myself and the boyf on Valentines Day so hey ho, guess I do like it! Normally, this day is about treating your loved ones, but as you do this all year (well, you should do), I personally think you should treat yourself into buying some new items that make you feel good or even having a relaxing pamper day/evening to clear your mind and focus on yourself.
I recently just watched Mark Ferris' video on 'Why I Don't Care Anymore', and it kind of sparked a light bulb in my head. I used to care so much about what people think of me, what people thought of what I did and people's reactions to my actions, especially on Social Media. It used to get me so down and it made me feel so anxious. It also stopped me from doing things I wanted to do, in case I got a nasty comment. I even stopped putting tweets and blog posts out in fear I'd get ridiculed for it at college/uni.
As gals, we all know that the time of the month brings spots, binge eating, crying and pain (and if you're a lad, stick with this post as it'll probs make you realise what hormonal weirdos we become when our period comes to visit). Personally, when I'm on my period I literally cry or get annoyed at anything. It's true, just ask the boyf lol. I've been thinking for the past few months, that it might bring some humour to peoples lives, to write down the ridiculous things I cry about when I'm on my period. So, I started writing them down on my iPhone notes and here we are. And, if you don't find it funny, at least I've humoured myself..
1. I couldn't find a matching sock. Yep, really. I sobbed and sobbed, until I just had to wear two odd socks. What a disaster.
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