Friday, 9 October 2015


Remember that blog I posted back in February? The one about those 10 weird things I've done in the past two and a half weeks of being single? If you don't, here's a reminder of what was featured at the top of my unsightly list.

1. Planned a nipple piercing. Whether this is a hint of rebellion, a form of masochism or a need to feel sexier, I really don't know

A month later I walked into a piercing shop and got my left nipple pierced, a free lollipop and a fan-me-down-before-i-faint for £25.

It is fair to say I did feel more than a hint of rebellion, I had certainly undergone some form of masochism and I did look and feel sexier.

7 months down the line I thought it was best to weigh up the pro's and con's of getting such a sensitive area pierced. FYI: IT IS NO LONGER SENSITIVE.

PRO: The initial piercing hurt for about 3 seconds
CON: The aftermath feels like your nipple has a constant heartbeat and may fall off

PRO: It will gain you more likes on your Instagram photo than any selfie
CON: You realise your nipple is more attractive than your face

PRO: Your nipple looks sexy as fuck
CON: If you're fucking

PRO: 'OMG does it make them more sensitive?'
CON: 'no'

PRO: You have some cool ass metal in your nipple
CON: What's that yellow stuff?

PRO: You can walk around bra-less
CON: You could walk around bra-less anyway

PRO: Boys love it
CON: It is now infected, sorry

For aesthetic purposes, the nipple piercing is a great addition for those of you who want to be Kylie Jenner. For all other purposes, please, just go for an ear piercing.

Oh and please, watch out for shower poufs.


My obsession with skull decor has become even more apparent since moving into my new accommodation in London last month.  In the past two weeks my admiration for anatomy has made a dent in my skull-shaped purse (£60 to be exact). As for my desk, which is swiftly turning into a shrine for skull shaped objects, my Instagram profile is taking half of the daily hashtags for the word 'skull'. 

As Halloween peers it's 'head' around the corner, skeletal symbols are everywhere. From Paperchase to The Natural History Museum gift shop, it's spooky how much anatomy is available.

Here are my past purchases including some recommendations:

Look at the mug on that mug! Drink tea with the dead with this curious cup from Paperchase (click here

 If you're after anatomy admiration, The Book of Skulls (click here) is perfect to flick through whilst you sip from your deadly cuppa (click here)

Get dead drunk with Crystal Skull Vodka! After you've finished, fill the bottle with fairy lights. (click here)

                                                                                                                                     Light up your night with this skull set from ASOS.  (click here)

Keep your mind organised! From, this is perfect for essentials to fill your head with. (click here)


Tuesday, 29 September 2015


culottes: TOPSHOP
shoes: OFFICE
leather jacket: ALL SAINTS
keychain: TOPSHOP