hope everyone’s had, or having, a good day, despite the awful weather. this is another little food review, since i’ve been in a bit of a reading slump lately.
yesterday i went for brunch with J, as i was craving some breakfast foods, and figured why not go to a place that’s famous for it?? so i picked Polo Bar, which is open 24 hours, in the centre of Liverpool Street. (it’s right opposite the station!)
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remember in this post when i mentioned i’d review Thai & Pie?
well, i’ve finally got around to it!
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this week, Nahima and i went for brunch again after ages. it felt a little weird to be out of the house, for something other than going to uni, work or the hospital.
but man, i really needed this.
Continue reading “Café Miami”
hellooooooo, i hope everyone’s had a good, productive day!
there’s something about wednesdays that just feels so . . . boring to me — perhaps it’s to do with it being the middle of the week? idk. but today was pretty good for me!
Continue reading “How to Waste £50 in a Day”
over recent years, something i’ve noticed is how some people tend to hold onto the hurt and betrayal caused by an ex. it’s something that’s so common, we’ve just become used to it.
your ex cheated on you?
shit, mine did too.
Continue reading “Heal, Dammit, Heal”
this week (3rd-9th February) is children’s mental health week.
it’s set up by children’s mental health charity, place2be, and highlights the gravity of children and young people’s mental health. the theme this year is ‘find your brave‘.
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TRIGGER WARNING: MENTION OF ABUSE, SUICIDE
faith is a complicated thing.
for some of us, faith and religion are two things we grew up with, not exactly out of choice, but because of the family we were born into. they taught it to us and so it became all we knew.
Continue reading “The Complexities of Faith”