Sunday, 20 August 2017

Take It Or Leave It

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I'm actually so excited to be doing an outfit post again, its been far too long.

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Friday, 18 August 2017

Zoella Jelly & Gelato Shower Sauce And Body Pudding


So, Zoella has a new range out...who knew?!
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Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Franco Manca Event In Reading


All the way back in July, myself and Ashia were invited to an event in Reading with Franco Manca. 
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Sunday, 13 August 2017

Bloggers I'm Grateful I Met


I'm all about sharing the love for other bloggers, so I thought I'd write a post dedicated to my closest blogger babes. I appreciate you gals so much, and I urge you to check out all of their blogs!

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Sunday, 6 August 2017

A Collective Beauty Haul


I feel like its been so long since I've just sat down, and talked through beauty bits I've recently picked up!
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Friday, 4 August 2017

Swiss Clinic Rejuvenating Serum


I'm quite the skincare lover, and I can't go a day without doing my skincare routine!
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Wednesday, 2 August 2017

The Amsterdam Diaries: Day Two


Welcome to day 2 of the Amsterdam diaries. As you can see from the photo above, it was quite a rainy one. Nonetheless, it was still fun to roam around Amsterdam for the day.


So, the weather didn't make for some very good photos, I'll give you that. But anyway, despite the weather, we hopped on a tram and made our way to the Van Gogh Museum. This was somewhere I really wanted to visit, as I love a good art gallery and Van Gogh is one of my favourite artists. It was pretty busy, but it was still nice to wonder around and take in the pretty artwork. 


After visiting the Van Gogh museum, we carried on wondering around Amsterdam and did a good bit of shopping. We also stopped off for food, and we were not expecting what came out on our plates. I ordered what I thought was going to be your average cheese toasty, but nope. I don't even need to explain what it was, just look above hahah. It was so delicious, I swear I haven't stopped thinking about it since. So overall, that was kind of the gist of the day and I really enjoyed it! There was also a beautiful sunset that night, which we got to witness on the walk home.

- Lucie
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Sunday, 30 July 2017

Lu & Fran's Girly Chats: Introduction


The other day, Fran and I were having our usual girly chats when we both noticed that there was something missing from the blogging world, posts on raw and taboo topics. So, we have decided to team up and bring to you a series discussing sex, birth control, periods and so much more. 

Posts will be going up every Sunday at 10am on either Fran & Co. or here on Forever September, we will be sure to get a tweet out when the posts are live. Feel free to leave a comment below or message either of us privately if there is a particular topic that you would like us to discuss.

We're both really excited about this little project, and we hope you enjoy reading through the girly chats and more taboo topics that need putting out there.

- Lucie & Fran
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Friday, 28 July 2017

3 Beauty Purchases From Amsterdam


We did quite a bit of shopping whilst in Amsterdam, and I managed to pick up a few beauty bits along the way.
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Wednesday, 26 July 2017

5 TV Shows To Cheer You Up

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We all have our down days, but there are plenty of TV shows to put a smile back on your face. Here are some of my faves!

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Sunday, 23 July 2017

Lets Talk About Panic Attacks

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I've spoken about anxiety on my blog before, but I don't think I've ever done an in depth post regarding panic attacks.

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Friday, 21 July 2017

The Amsterdam Diaries: Day One


Last week, myself, Ashia and Chloe ventured to Holland to visit Amsterdam for a few days. I thought I'd put together a handful of photo diaries, to share my experience/holiday with these girlies!


So welcome to day one of Amsterdam. We flew in on the Tuesday, but since we were staying a little out of Amsterdam itself, we decided to just stick to exploring the town we were in. The town we were staying in, was called Hilversum - it was super cute. But on the Wednesday, we decided to get the train and head towards Amsterdam. Our first stop was actually the museum of prostitution in The Red Light District. It was probably my favourite out of the museums we visited, it was just so interesting, and the confession wall was so funny. 


The first day mainly consisted of us being very touristy. Like I said, we visited the museum of prostitution, which was really interesting. We then went onto visiting the sex museum, which was...interesting haha. Lots of photos, very graphic to say the least! Nonetheless, worth visiting I'd say. Alongside both of the museums, we took a stroll around Amsterdam itself. We stopped for lunch at Omelegg, and I had the most delicious scrambled egg on toast. It was such a cute little cafe as well, would highly recommend if you enjoy all day breakfast/brunch. The rest of the day was spent browsing the shops until it was time to go back to our Airbnb. 

- Lucie
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Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Summer BBQ Essentials


We've had another spell of beautiful weather recently, which of course is perfect for whacking out the BBQ and all the other essentials for a lovely summer evening!

First up, you've gotta get out the sliders. I never thought I'd say that, or even own a pair of sliders, but here we are. I picked up this hideously tacky pair from Primark, and I've been proudly wearing these around my garden this bbq season. Alongside these beauties, I also picked up a bargain pair of £3 sunglasses from Primark. They remind me a lot of Quay sunglasses, and I love them!

Obviously a bbq wouldn't be complete without music. You need those summer tunes to get it going (lol). The Panasonic CD Speakers* would be perfect for blaring out the music, so you can hear it in the living room, kitchen and garden. With the bluetooth setting as well, it means you have complete freedom with picking the songs to play. Albums I've been loving recently are Calvin Harris's new album, and After Laughter by Paramore, both perfect for the summer season.

And obviously apart from the fashion and the music, the food. I tend not to eat meat when having a bbq, or in general, but I'm very partial to a good halloumi burger. That and some couscous salad alongside it, this 10 minute one looks so yummy, and one I plan on making next time I have a bbq. Not quite your typical bbq food but I love it, and as long as I'm sitting outside, I'm happy.

So, what are your summer bbq essentials?

- Lucy

- This post was sponsored by Panasonic, however all views & opinions are my own - 
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Sunday, 9 July 2017

Soundtrack Of My Life


So this post is inspired by the wonderful Emma, who did this exact post on her blog. I absolutely loved it, and hearing about her music 'journey', so I thought I'd give it a go myself.

My first album 
One of the first albums I remember listening to as a kid, was 'Pop Party JR', or the original 'Pop Party' CD. I had a portable CD player that I used to carry around, but I used to use it mainly when we had long car journeys to go on. I remember the Pop Party JR CD had a separate DVD, which held all of the music videos to the songs, and I used to dance around my living room to it awww.

Long term relationship album
The first album that springs to mind when I see this, is the original 'The 1975' album. I've loved this album basically since it came out, and I'm still not bored of it. Its just one album I never seem to get tired of, no matter what. If I want something to listen to but I don't know what, I'll always turn to this album. 

Song that makes me happy
I have a few songs that make me happy actually. I think one that I'll always put on if I need cheering up though, is 'The Less I Know The Better', by Tame Impala. There's just something about that song that makes me feel so relaxed and happy. Its such a feel good song that I don't think I'll ever get tired of.

Song/album that makes me want to dance
One song that always makes me want to dance is 'Into You' by Ariana Grande. I do love a bit of Ariana, but then again, who doesn't?! For some reason, this song just makes me want to get up and dance my life away, its so powerful and full of energy!

First gig
This makes me laugh, but my first gig was JLS. I think I was 11, and I went with my friend and our Mum's came along as well, as we were too young to be going by ourselves. We went to see them at Epsom race course, and it was the day before I left primary school, CUTE! 

Song I wish I'd written
I am no musical genius whatsoever, and I never wish to be hahah. If I could have written a song though, it'd probably have to be 'Wonderwall' by Oasis. Purely because its such an iconic song that everybody knows and loves.

Song that reminds me of being a teen
I have so many songs that take me back to when I was about 14/15. One of them being 'The Other Side' by Jason Durelo. I remember blasting that song out, sitting in a field with my best friends at the time, having a fab summer. 

Karaoke Song
I hate karaoke so much. But if I had to pick a karaoke song, it'd probably be 'Reach' by S Club 7. I flipping love S Club and that song just takes me back to being little. Plus I know all the words to it, soooo!

Songs that remind me of home
When I think of home, I think of 80s music. Mostly because as a kid, my Dad used to play his 80s CD's in the car, and through the DVD player (lol who remembers doing that)?! 'Forget Me Nots' and 'Nights Over Egypt' really remind me of home and my family, especially my Dad.

Ultimate desert island disc
This is the hardest question, I don't know if I could pick one song. I feel like it'd probably have to be a song by The 1975, so maybe 'She's American' or 'Chocolate'. Such basic answers I know, but I do love both of those songs, and I'm not sure I could ever get bored of them. 

- Lucy
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Friday, 7 July 2017

Life Update: Where I've Been


If you're observant enough, then you'll know I've been a bit quiet over on these parts for a few weeks now.
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Friday, 30 June 2017

Learning To Drive And Where To Get Started


Its coming up to a year, since I passed my driving test. I can't believe how quickly the times gone! I thought I'd share how I got started with the learning process, and all the goes alongside it!

Learning to drive can be such a daunting task. Like where do you start?! You have to consider whether you're going to do an intensive course, normal driving lessons, find the cheapest instructor and all that malarkey! And then you've also got your theory test to revise for before you can even think about taking your test. I'm really not selling this am I, hahah. 

But in all seriousness, its so worth it. Doesn't matter whether it takes you years to pass your test, or just months. I managed to pass my theory test within the second month of learning to drive, and passed first time. I can't stress enough how important it is to actually practise for it before you go in. So many people believe you can just wing it, trust me you can't. And if you did, and passed, you're damn lucky. I used a free app to do my practise questions and it worked for me, so if you're on a budget I'd recommend getting a free app!

As for driving lessons themselves, they can be pretty pricey, I'll give you that. I think I paid around £52 for two hours worth of lessons, every other week. It adds up quickly. You just have to search around for prices that are good for you, and also look for an instructor you like, and of course are comfortable with. Pass 'N' Go, actually give out free driving lessons on their Twitter occasionally, so its definitely worth having a look at that if you're finding it hard to fund driving lessons. 

Overall, I couldn't be happier that I learnt to drive when I did. It gives me so much freedom to do what I want, and go where I need to go in my own time. Granted, its not cheap but its totally worth it.

- Lucy

-This post was in collaboration with Pass 'N' Go, however all opinions are my own-
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Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Beauty Products I've Been Reaching For Lately


I love knowing what people reach for on a daily basis, its how you know someone trusts a product, so it must be good right?!

Lets start with base. I've been using this foundation religiously for about two months now, and I don't know why I haven't spoken about it more. Its the Bourjois Healthy Mix Foundation. I was so late to the party with this, but after trialling a few drugstore foundations, this was next on my list. I love everything about this foundation, even the scent. Its a medium coverage foundation, and gives such a glowy look to the skin. I have combination/oily skin and this actually seems to work quite well, can't imagine using anything else! Another drugstore offering, being the Natural Collection Blush in Dusky Pink. I remember using Natural Collection when I was about 13, but actually, their blushes are really good. I love the colour of this one.

Another one for the face, and not surprising at all really, the Sleek Solstice Highlighting Palette. I still absolutely adore this, and its literally the best £10 I've ever spent. I've been especially loving the purple shade since the sun has made an appearance recently. Super glowy cheeks! For the eyes, I've been reading for my Models Own Colour Chrome Eyeshadow in Copper Lustre. I'm so obsessed with these cream eyeshadows, the pigment is insane and I don't know why more people aren't talking about them. Would highly recommend!


Finally, my bargain of the century, the Essence Lash Princess Mascara. This mascara is literally £3.30....THREE POUNDS AND THIRTY PENCE. Like ridiculously cheap for what it is. The packaging is gorgeous, and it really does work well to give your lashes the volume you're after. I'm so super impressed with this for the price, I'd definitely recommend giving this a go if you're on a budget or spending ban this month!


What have you been loving lately?


- Lucy
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Friday, 23 June 2017

10 Things To Do This Summer

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Since we've had a series of very sunny days this week, I thought it'd be appropriate to list a few things to do this coming summer!


01. Take a trip to your local park
Sometimes its nice to just pop to your local park, it means you don't have to travel far but you can still have a lovely time away from home.

02. Read a book, or two
I suck when it comes to reading, I used to be such a bookworm as well! Summer is always the time I find myself diving into a good book, and I can't wait to get started on some this year. I think I'm going to start The Art of Being Normal.

03. Go on a shopping spree
Obviously this isn't subjective to summer, but who doesn't love going shopping for cute dresses and bikinis? I have eye on this super cute swimming costume from asos!

04. Make ice lollies
I remember doing this as a kid, and I used to love it. Buy yourself some ice lolly moulds and start getting creative! You could even make some alcoholic ones, like Poppy did!

05. Pop down to your local lido
I don't know how many lidos there are around the UK, and if people have them local to them. But, luckily I have two in close proximity to me. Its a great place to go with a bunch of friends, and just have a good time splashing around in the pool and sunbathing.

06. Paint your nails super summery colours
Over the summer, I like to make sure my nails are nice and bright. I think one of my summer faves is Essie's Fiji

07. Take a trip to the beach
Not just that, maybe try and find a new beach to go to. In the UK you have so many choices, make a proper day of it and travel to a part of the coast you've never been to before.

08. Go fruit picking
Fruit picking is so much fun, especially when the sun is shining. Another thing you could make a day of, maybe even have a picnic whilst you're there!

09. Go to a festival

One thing I love about summer, is the festivals. I'm off to Reading festival again this year and I cannot wait. Its not too late to get tickets, and I'd highly recommend it, even if its only for one day. Good music in the sun with your friends, what more could you want?!

10. Have multiple bbq's

Summer is about the only time in the UK where you're able to have a barbecue. Make the most of it, invite people over and share the fooooooooood!

What plans do you have this summer?

- Lucy
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Wednesday, 21 June 2017

A Models Own Haul

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I haven't written a post involving makeup for a fair while now, so its safe to say I'm pretty excited to share this post with you!

As a makeup collector (hoarder), I'm always open to trying new things, from new brands, whether thats high end or drugstore. When I was up in Stratford Westfield a few weeks ago, I stumbled upon a Models Own store. I'd never seen one before, and everything looked so pretty, so I was easily persuaded to step inside. They had an offer on that day, where if you spent £25 in store, you could pick any palette of your choice for free! How could I turn that down?!

So, the first thing I picked up was the Flawless Colour Correcting Cream Concealer, in the green shade. I kept meaning to try out a colour correcting concealer to see what the hype was about, and I figured this would be a perfect chance. I picked up green, as I'd heard it was good for covering redness and also good for hiding dark circles, both of which I suffer with. So far so good with this, I've been applying it before my foundation and normal concealer to my problem areas, and then blended it out using my RT sponge, mixed in with my foundation. 

Now, I've gotta dedicate a whole separate paragraph for the next two items, because oh my gawwwd. I picked up two of the Colour Chrome Eyeshadow Kits, one in 'Vintage Pink' and the other in 'Copper Lustre'. When the lady in the shop swatched one of these on the back of my hand, I knew I had to own one. They're cream shadows, that are so intensely pigmented that I was literally shook when I saw them (lol). Vintage pink is a gorgeous lightish pink shade, with a kind of silvery/copper undertone and has some serious sparkle to it. As does copper lustre. The kits come with a liquid primer, which actually works pretty damn well at enhancing the pigment, and also comes with a mixing tray, although I've never used that. My favourite of the two has to be copper lustre, just because I'm a gold/copper/bronze eyeshadow lover and will wear this on a daily basis, even if it is seriously pigmented and bold haha!

I also decided to pick up their Makeup Fixing Spray. It was actually on offer at the time so I got it for just over £3.50 or something ridiculous like that. I'm not too keen on the scent this has, but I'm willing to ignore that, as it actually holds my makeup in place really well. Also I actually love the colour of it, the pink is kinda cute haha. Then finally, I got my free palette of choice - woooo yeeeah! I decided to go for the Barely There Eyeshadow Palette. Mainly because I'm a neutral eyeshadow lover, and this just caught my eye, (no pun intended). With ten gorgeous neutral shades to choose from, I couldn't turn this down. The shadows are actually well pigmented, and I've been using this almost daily since I got it. My favourite shades have to be 'Bare Skin', a lovely bronzy shimmer shade, and 'Birthday Suit', a pinky/nude shimmer. It also has plenty of matte browns in there to pop through the crease. 

Overall, I'm so impressed with everything I've tried from Model's Own and honestly wish I'd tried some of their stuff sooner. Its such good quality, for not too much of a high price point!

Have you ever tried Models Own makeup?

- Lucy
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Sunday, 18 June 2017

May Mishka Mail: Graduation Theme

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Its that time of year again, exams are finishing, people are graduating and its a flipping good feeling!
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Friday, 16 June 2017

I'm A Self Confessed Phone Case Addict


Just gonna stray away from the pretty phone cases for a second, and just apologise for the lack of blog posts around these parts recently. Well, over the past week. You probably haven't even noticed BUT blogging schedule will be back to normal from now on!
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Monday, 12 June 2017

Quiz Clothing Stratford Store Opening Event


On Wednesday, myself and Ashia (liveforluxe) made our way up to London, to attend the opening of the new Quiz store in Westfield Stratford!
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Friday, 9 June 2017

The Super Quick Tanning Product You Need In Your Life


Fake tanning can become quite the chore, but this product is so quick and easy you won't even have to spend 10 minutes doing it!
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Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Life Update: I've Finished Compulsory Education

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I did it, I made it. I've finally finished compulsory education!
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Sunday, 4 June 2017

Luxury Product Lovin

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Who doesn't love a good luxury beauty product?!
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Friday, 2 June 2017

48 Hours In Bristol


On Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, myself and my family took a little trip up to Bristol. 
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Wednesday, 31 May 2017

My Current Skincare Routine


As much as I love makeup, I'm also quite the skincare fanatic as well!
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Monday, 29 May 2017

Mental Health Mondays: Living With Depression


Happy mental health awareness month! Well....kind of ironic because me and 'happy' don't get on so well. My name is Chloe, I'm 18, and I have depression and anxiety. Lucy asked me to do a post for her series this month and of course I said yes because it's just so important to break the stigma surrounding mental health and make sure people know they're not alone. 

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Sunday, 28 May 2017

A Few Tips To Help Grow Your Blog


A nice unrelated photo of cakes above, but who doesn't love cake?!
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Friday, 26 May 2017

Teeth Whitening With Janina


Teeth whitening is something I've been contemplating doing for a while now, but have never known where to start with all these different products on the market!

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Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Fathers Day Gift Guide With TJ Hughes


Don't panic, you haven't forgotten Fathers day haha! We're still a couple of weeks away, but better to be organised right?!

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Monday, 22 May 2017

Mental Health Mondays: Dealing With BPD


TRIGGER WARNING – TALK OF SELF-HARM AND SUICIDAL TENDENCIES AND IDEATION.

How do you describe what life is like with Borderline Personality Disorder in one post? It’s going to be tricky but let’s give it a go.

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a complex mental health condition that often begins in adolescence and continues into adulthood. To put it simply, BPD is a disorder where your mood can be so unstable that it can fluctuate from feeling suicidal to feeling euphoric in a matter of hours. The way you perceive the world is very different from other individuals, and everything appears to be so much more intense. Many people with the condition, including myself, have other mental health conditions too and self-harm is a common symptom.

What’s my story then? It’s difficult to write about, but it’s vital people share their experiences of mental health conditions so other people can understand what life is truly like for us and as a result, learn how to effectively support us. 

It was August 2015. My moods had become more and more volatile. I was filled with rage on a daily basis, to the extent where I would break objects, shout vile things at my loved ones, and yet I was petrified of anyone leaving me and would do anything I could to prevent this from happening (a common behaviour for individuals with BPD). I had not yet been diagnosed with the condition. I was driving erratically, putting myself in danger, and self-harming on a regular basis. All I wanted to do was to die, to end the years of torment I had gone through with my mental health conditions. I walked to a train track, and waited for the darkness to succumb to me. 

When I was found, the police were called and I was placed under a section. It wasn’t until I had been in a psychiatric hospital on two separate occasions that I was diagnosed with BPD. Was I relieved? Partly – I had an explanation as to why I felt the way I did, a reason as to why I felt everything so much. Why I was in so much pain. But it was then that my journey began. Since August 2015, I have been hospitalised on five separate occasions. Most of them I was placed under section. It never gets any easier. It is always so scary, difficult, tiring, lonely. 

Life with BPD is exhausting. You never know what frame of mind you will wake up in from one day to the next. Some days, it’s like every fibre of my being is energised and I want to do everything. I talk quicker, move faster, seem more productive. Other days I can’t get out of bed. I can’t eat, sleep, think and I don’t want to talk to anyone. I self-harm to feel something, or sometimes to punish myself. 

I’ll be brutally honest – sometimes I am scared of myself. Scared of how I’ll react in a certain situation. Scared of if today I will make an attempt on my life. Scared of if I will put my loved ones through more underserving pain. I am reminded every single day in one way or another about my stays in hospital, the battles I’ve faced. 

Another part of BPD is a lack of self-esteem and an understanding of who you fundamentally are. I have changed jobs so many times. Gone to university, dropped out, gone back, dropped out. I have no idea where to go in life. I hate the way I look, and will sometimes restrict what I eat just to gain some control. I feel like I don’t fit in this world, like I am the ‘odd one out’ even though so many people live with this illness. 

Fortunately, I had a massive life change that has hopefully put me on the right track for recovery. I moved from Norfolk, England to the Scottish Highlands last year to live with my mum who has held my hand through every part of my journey. I found an amazing GP and a brilliant Community Mental Health Team. I’m now half way through a therapy programme called STEPPS (find out more at http://www.steppsforbpd.com) and I’m learning new techniques to help me cope. I’ve also met a man who is so wonderful, patient and caring and means the world to me. 

Whilst some may argue with this, I believe that having BPD has actually given me some positive things too. Feeling everything so much means I also get to experience the deepest kind of love for those around me. I marvel at the small things – a good cup of coffee, a beautiful scenery. It has allowed me to meet an online mental health community which has helped make me feel less alone. 

I don’t know what the future holds for me. I have hopes, dreams, ambitions, but whether I will be able to achieve them or not is another thing entirely. I have seen that recovery is possible, and at the very least I can learn to live alongside my illnesses and not let them live my life for me. I want marriage, children, a good career, all that stuff. I will work hard to have these things whilst remembering to also take one day at a time. 

If you have BPD, remember you are not alone, that there is hope and there is so much help out there. Sometimes it’s trial and error. I’m often changing medications, trying new coping strategies, and some will work and some won’t and we have to learn to accept that that is okay. It doesn’t mean it’s the end of the road for us. We must talk about BPD. We must do further research. We must get people to understand. We need to stop the stigma. If we all stand together, raise each other up and stand by one another when we feel we can’t manage, then together we can make a difference.

This was a post from Kimberley, you can follow her on Twitter and Instagram by clicking the links. Thanks Kimberley!
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Sunday, 21 May 2017

2017 General Election From A First Time Voter Perspective


Without a shadow of a doubt, you will know that on June 8th, you will be expected to cast your vote as to who will run our country for the next 5 years.
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Friday, 19 May 2017

Everyday Jewellery Pieces

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Jewellery was never my thing until a couple of years ago, when I realised dainty pieces were my thang!
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Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Top 3 Nude Liquid Lipsticks


Its official, I'm obsessed with nude lipsticks!

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Monday, 15 May 2017

Mental Health Mondays: Me And My OCD


I'm Nicole, and I have obsessive compulsive disorder, more commonly known as OCD. I also suffer from health anxiety, Emetophobia (which is a severe fear of being sick) panic attacks, EDNOS and depression. However, today I'm going to be sharing my experience of suffering from OCD for Lucy’s ‘Mental health Mondays’ to celebrate mental health awareness month.

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Sunday, 14 May 2017

Palettes Perfect For Blue Eyes

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As someone with blue (basically grey) eyes, I thought I'd share a few of my favourite palettes that really accentuate that blueness!

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Friday, 12 May 2017

Indy Luxe Pink Pearlescent Unicorn Makeup Brush Set

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Look how beautiful these brushes are, have you ever seen something so pretty? Because I know I haven't!
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