’ve wanted to talk about this topic for a while because I feel like it’s so important and it’s something that hits quite close to home for me. Our response to these things that are perfectly normal and part of our bodies/us can have such a detrimental effect on our mental health and our general attitude towards ourselves. Not to mention the damaging impact the opinions of others can have … That’s why today I want to really talk about what’s under the filter – the pimples, skin problems, stretch marks, scars, that little bit of extra insulation, and all the other things we don’t like about our bodies but are pretty normal to have.
My mind is blown because I’ve been nominated for more blogging awards!! I’ve been celebrating the whole week – so thank you so much everyone for nominating me and the constant support. Today, because doing all the awards at once or individually is a bit much, I’m doing 3 of the awards in this post. I hope you enjoy reading my answers to everyone’s questions and congrats to all my nominations!!
An unexpected inspiration hit me for today’s post – I did an interview about running Tall Blonde Tales with a great friend of mine from my old high school. It was such a fun experience – click to get the link and listen to it!
I can’t believe I’ve been nominated for another award … words cannot express! A huge thank you to Chasing the Maximum Life for the Nomination and thank you to all of you for the support!! Check out the post to see my nominations!
Chasing the maximum life (a spectacular blog and friend – thank you!!) has nominated me for the Mystery Blogger award so today I’m answering the questions she asked me and nominating others for this awesome award!
Today’s blog is a super special post! A collaboration with Victoria (the cozy potato blog) and the two of us are talking about happiness and tips to living a happy life! Keep reading to check out both our tips, and when you’re done you should check out her blog!
Today marks 150 posts on Tall Blonde Tales – holy moly I can’t believe how many that is!! Today I’m sharing some of the crucial lessons I’ve learnt about blogging, especially in the last few months and sharing some news so be sure to click and keep reading xx
The menu this week included macaroons (two different flavours), chocolate croissants, or pain au chocolat to be technically correct and a koi fish pond cake, with a jelly centre. Sounds scary and complicated? Oh believe me it was – but it was still lots of fun, so I’m going to break down each one and just share a little story of how the making went. 😊 I hope you enjoy xx
The bookworm in me has officially been resuscitated. I’ve always been a voracious reader and loved nothing more than to snuggle up in an oversized hoodie with a cup of tea and a book (I can’t believe how delightfully British that sounds – guess I chose the right location for uni huh?). In this post I dive into reviewing four of the books I read this month – I hope you enjoy it xx
Writing is definitely a terrifying task, because it requires you to be vulnerable and risk negative feedback about work that is incredibly personal. However, as I’ve realised, you can’t give in to the fears – you need to embrace your passions even if it means facing some terrifying fears.