By Maria “Tzing Fung” Baker I remember many years ago after summer break, when I returned for another year at school, my friends and I, as we always did after a tediously hot summer, placed our arms in the middle of our circle, lining them up to compare the shades like a very uniformed and […]Read More Shades Of White [GUEST POST] | Blogtober Day 10
A bit of a two parter to my last post, about skinny shaming and fat shaming, but today we will be talking about my flat ass! I’ve never been the most curvy girl. I’m small, tiny and my features are very flat. My younger cousin (he was like 6) once called my figure, ‘straight.’ I […]Read More Big Booty Culture: I Got A Flat Ass! | Blogtober Day 9
This is where Growing Kale becomes a little controversial. Before I begin, let’s firstly address that I’m no way near saying one is worse than the other, this is a constant debate and discussion that I wanted to address as some of you may be surprised to know that one of my biggest insecurities growing […]Read More Is Skinny Shaming As Bad As Fat Shaming? | Blogtober Day 8
Plastic surgery is a practice that has been constant in society since the early 400s. It is considered that the first plastic surgeon, was a man in India who performed skin grafts. Now, I don’t want to bore you with the history of plastic surgery, I just thought it was so interesting to discover that […]Read More The Problem With Plastic Surgery | Blogtober Day 7
For the last few years of our lives on this planet, one family name has been on all of our lips, whether we love them or hate them and we can’t even deny it – The Kardashians. Whether you think they’re the girl bosses or con artists of our century, it’s easy to admit that […]Read More The Kardashians Vs. Jameela Jamil | Blogtober Day 6
Oh, don’t ask me how I’ve been, don’t make me play pretend. What’s the use? I bet everybody here is fake happy too. Being fake happy is genuinely an important life discussion and thing to constantly be aware of, but especially a huge underlying issue within the blogging community, so let’s specifically talk about being […]Read More Is It Okay To Be Fake Happy? | Blogtober Day 5
It’s rainy England in the mid noughties. She was 9 years old, getting ready in her mother’s mirror. Her face screeched and pulled as her mother yanked her hair back in a vicious ponytail, scraping her skull with the bristles of the brush. It wasn’t that painful, but she made it look as if it […]Read More The Girl Who Wanted To Be White | Blogtober Day 4
We are the generation of social media and vanity. It’s true, we can’t deny it. It’s not technically a bad thing as I believe we’re also the generation of self love and feeling body confident, no matter who you are or what insecurities you hold. We love ourselves and we especially love taking selfies. Some […]Read More The Filter Effect (Thanks Maria)
I’ve always hated my nose. It’s an Indian nose, I got it from my dad, who got it from his dad, who got it from his dad. An ancestry nose, and if you’re aware of Indian noses, you’re aware of how big they are. Mine, in particularly, has always been prominent. I’m a young woman, […]Read More My Nose.
It’s Blogtober! Happy Blogtober guys! Now, what does that mean? Blogtober is the month where bloggers come together to post something every single day. Usually, it’s pretty predictable, I can guarantee a post on baking halloween treats, how to dress for fall and 100% lots of orange on your feed this month. There’s nothing wrong […]Read More What Is Blogtober? Welcome To Anti-Blogtober.