Can you tell I’ve become a tad-bit obsessed with jewellery. I love most of the stuff handmade trinkets on Etsy. Would it be a tiny-winey bit unusual if I bought everything in this post. The weird thing is I’m not even a jewellery wear-er, I find that when I wear jewellery I fiddle with it too much and end up losing it!
After 8 years I went to visit Pakistan – although I’m born and raised here – my Mother wasn’t and it is nice to go back and see our family and where she grew up. This trip was definitely overdue but it certainly didn’t disappoint.
Depression. A word many people shy away from, don’t like to discuss or can’t. A word many hold preconceived negative stigma towards. The Blurt Foundation are an online community, their mission is to stamp out the stigma… one word at a time. They provide support through their website, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest. They also offered a mentoring scheme for its users, pairing up mentors and users so no-one is ever alone. The Blurt Foundation exists to support, help and inspire people who suffer from depression.
Hello I am Mariam and I am a very nice person. I promise! However there are days where I sit on a train or have to endure the painstaking half an hour to hour on buses each day, which can sometime make me want to throw up the food I have consumed that week or throw myself in front of the bus I’m on.
A few weeks ago now, I got away from all the pressures of being a final year and went on a little, small get away (with Uni – what!? It was cheap!) to Scotland, Edinburgh. A gentle reminder to all who don’t like confined spaces, no matter how cheap it is don’t bother with going on cramped coach.
I am well aware that it is currently the 9th January 2014 (even if I did write down it was the 10th on my exam paper this morning) …I’m escalating. But HELLO. I am back, not that I was gone but I am more here than wherever I was before. Did anyone ever mention final year of University feels like a prolonged labour? …okay maybe not that bad but still.