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Words and such

For a while, Natania and I had a policy to not use swear words in our posts. This led to me having to rewrite A LOT of content before posting it. Our reasons were solid. We don’t want to offend… Continue Reading →

Trying your damn hardest

This post is dedicated to a few really, really special people in my life right now. Most people don’t try. They try to try, but they give up. They think they want to try, but when push comes to shove… Continue Reading →

Punching Something

I wish I were punching more than keys on my keyboard tonight. One of the greatest human flaws is undeniably our haste. Impatience at getting what we want. Yes, some people were blessed with more patience than others. We’ll thank… Continue Reading →

Dear Fat Girl. With love, Dear Life

I’ve previously blogged about finding strength in those around you, when you simply can’t disappoint them. There’s a horrible flip side to this – when you do. You do disappoint those who believe in you. Every now and again, you… Continue Reading →

Quarter Life Crises

Okay, here’s the truth – a quarter of the truth, at least. Because I’ve recently hit the Quarter Life Milestone – 25. Truth is, since turning 25 I’ve been a bit obsessed with being 25, and not in a good… Continue Reading →

Dear Fat Girl: The Final Straw

So, dear reader, it’s been a while since I’ve posted an updated blog article about my health journey. A lot has happened in the meanwhile and a comment I received on my “Dear fat girl: the calm before the storm”… Continue Reading →

Warm and Fuzzies of Curly Woes

Oh, how often I have heard the words: “I wish my hair would have those curls, it would be so much easier!”. This is the type of ignorance rampant in the minds of straight-haired folk. The only suitable response is… Continue Reading →

It’s not inside, it’s on top

At some stage or another, all of us have experienced the crippling feeling of worthlessness. That horrible, choking feeling that you’re just not good enough. I’m sure we can experience it in a number of situations or due to a… Continue Reading →

Writing without Reservations

All writers (also aspiring writers, non-writers who are forced to write and people who just occasionally has something to say) have had the feeling of sitting down, staring at the screen and then feel the horrifying feeling of nothingness. Nothing…. Continue Reading →

Dear Fat Girl: 10 Types of people you find in the gym

So, I will tell you now that I am writing this article because of all the time I have been spending in the gym; do not believe me! I have been trying to go to the gym 5 times per… Continue Reading →

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