I will keep this short and sweet. Budapest is racist and we will never go back to Eastern Europe. So, as you can see from the title... We went to Budapest. Where everyone is white. But little did we know the ignorance that still resigns. Nine out of 10 people would stare us down on … Continue reading Why we will never go back to Eastern Europe
Wrong. Here's my story. When I was in year 5/6, I used to hide my school dinners underneath my bed. Because I thought I was fat. The LAST thing a child should think about themselves is fat and I blame society for the way that they should how women 'should be'. YES TO THE RAHRAH … Continue reading Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels… Right?
Dominique Binns has battled through body image and unhealthy eating habits over the years. She now empowers others and coaches a happy, healthy lifestyle. Dominique, founder of DBFIT_ Online coaching, personal trainer and fitness model, has transformed her unhealthy life style to a strong, healthy one. Dominique first became obsessed with her weight in 2013, … Continue reading Binge eater to fitness model: Dominique Binns
I've had acne for ten years. From what I can remember, I already had spots on my first day of year 7, although I didn't go onto oral medication for about another two years. Long story short, over the past ten years I've exhausted every single acne medication known to UK doctors and nothing worked … Continue reading ACNE and ROACCUTANE: Everything you need to know
Okay so clearly I'm no (insert typical Instagram fitness model here). But I have however, transformed my body over the past year and a half. I don't believe that anyone who wants to transform their lifestyle should have to pay £45-£75 for a 'booty guide' made by social media inspirations. The majority of them contain … Continue reading How to build your legs and glutes
Racists suffer from their own kind of P.T.S.D. Their symptoms include, agitation, irritability, hostility, hyper-vigilance, social isolation. Clearly liberals aren't the only ones that are "triggered", but by what? "The united states is traumatized by its origins in slavery and genocide. And that trauma hasn't ended. We were taught in school that because of some … Continue reading Is racism a mental health issue?
Among the great many things we are as human, many of us are not compassionate to those who live on the streets and carelessly walk past them as if they're not even there. Tonight, I met Tracy Dickinson Wheeldon and her voluntary team, who serve the homeless community every Friday night from 7:30 p.m. in Nottingham … Continue reading MBC Street Kitchen.
New Year is the time when people get out their diary's and plan ahead for the next years goals, achievements and resolutions. As they say, "Out with the old and in with the new" But can we really enjoy "the new" if we can't get rid of "the old"? People ain't shit. Something I'v taught myself … Continue reading 17 things to take into 2017 with you
One year ago today, I had a phone call from my Mum telling me I needed to come home. I instantly knew it was bad news. It seemed like the longest train journey of my life, left to my thoughts of what was awaiting me at home. Background: For the majority of my younger life … Continue reading Grief, one year on
I used to get so nervous about going to the gym alone, especially when I didn't know what I was doing. It's a horrible feeling and one that only goes away when you face your fear. If you feel the same, then this blog is for you! For me, it took me four months to … Continue reading How to not feel intimidated in the gym