I've battled with a lack of self confidence my whole life.
I have an innate fear of failure and am a natural worrier.
Or so I thought.
Until the day I said "My biggest problem is a lack of confidence" and someone replied "Are you sure? You seem awfully confident about that."
Suddenly my thoughts were flipped completely. Now, obviously, it wasn't quite as simple as that. Worrying is a learned behaviour and it will take a lot more than a single challenging conversation
There's no denying the excited feeling that comes with the arrival of THAT iconic monochrome bag, the bold ASOS logo emblazoned on the side. There's also no denying the deflated feeling when you tear it open to be faced with something that looks nothing like it's photo.
It's not the retailers fault and I am definitely not slamming their ecommerce teams however the biggest hardship of online shopping is that you don't really know what you're buying.
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I vanished. They say consistency is key for a blogger so, knowing I wasn't going to be able to keep up, I just ... stopped. It was probably an excuse rather than a legitimate reason but in hindsight I did the right thing because the past 3 months have been chaos. It's a familiar old story; everyone can't believe where the year has gone but I genuinely can't. Rewind to Christmas and Jay and I talked about moving in together but taking our time about it. We wanted to make sure
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