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University days, would I change a thing?; A KIKI BLAH-BLAH COLLABORATIVE

In this Kiki Blah-Blah collaborative post, a few of us have got together to discuss our University days. Was it all booze and fun? Would we change anything at all? There are three takes on university life including leaving home for the first time, toxic relationships and advice to my younger self.

Diversity within Fashion – Interview with Kelly Knox

Through determination, resilience, and passion Kelly Knox broke through the fashion industry’s barriers. “It wasn’t just about being a model, it was about changing the way society perceives disability”. Kelly was on a mission to challenge and shake up the beauty ideal, and boy did the fashion world take notice.

Cup of Tea? No, I Can’t, I’m Fasting – Ramadan

رمضان‎ Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad according to Islamic belief. Want to understand more about our Muslim brothers and sisters? Then take a look at a typical day during Ramadan.

My best friend’s baby passed away – Stillbirth

One baby in every 225 births – or nine babies a day – are stillborn. Never did I think it would happen to my best friend. Our kids were supposed to play together, we had it all planned. But my best friend’s baby passed away in utero, at 40 weeks – on his due date. – Anon

The Royal Wedding and the people that made it everything

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle married on May 19, 2018. The newly crowned Duke and Duchess of Sussex went against a few traditions, and to be honest, the most obvious ones made my day. My petty non-royal-loving, anti-Brexit, UKIP-hating, all-things-remotely-stereotypically-British day. Happy Royal Wedding day!

Do you understand depression?

“I’ve suffered from severe anxiety and depression for most of my adult life. I’ve been lucky enough to get plenty of support in the form of counselling and medication…” an anon writer shares their story during Mental Health Awareness week. #Anxiety #Alcoholism #Depression

Growing up too fast: he’s all the (little) man that I need

I believe the children are our future, teach them well and let them lead the way. Show them all the beauty they possess inside… Jude gets a bit emosh when she realises that her lil’ guy is growing up way too fast. Expect feels and expect some Whitney references whilst you’re at it!

That Hello! STAR MUM thing, and my take on it

Who decided to choose those ladies to represent UK mums? Who tagged me numerous times in that Instagram post to the point where I had to politely ask god to make you stop? Who blocked me because I didn’t agree with their opinion? Spilling the tea today…

Guide to eating like a local in Australia

Want to know exactly what an Australian eats? Well, you’re in luck, we are going to walk you through brekkie (breakfast), what we snack on, how to host a true Aussie barbie (BBQ) and the absolute classics that will have you chomping at the bit to try them!

Premier League Primary Stars- One year on

Premier League Primary Stars has published a new book comprised of some pretty talented young writers along with a few familiar faces. This year marks their one year anniversary, and I was lucky enough to join in with the celebration.