Morning 👋🏼 Hope you all had a fantastic weekend 💓
Mine was pretty busy actually, I celebrated two nights in a row for my good friend's 22nd birthday, went to B&M, found a good old bargain in Asda and brought a dress that was £18 reduced to £8 🤪, went for a coffee and had a relaxed Sunday watching films and eating nachos !! What did you get up to?!
[Image description: Daisy is standing in a black and white spotty dress with a black t-shirt underneath it. She is smiling and looking to the side.]
12 minutes ago
Have a beauty-ful Monday! 🦁🍊
Photo/Stylist: Paul Innis
I'm back, and with pants on today and everything. Haha. Well, a dress technically ( #pr, see details below). To be honest, yesterday's post was pretty confronting for me. Part of how I've always protected myself online was by not 'exposing' myself too much; literally and figuratively.
There was some time earlier today when I noticed there was a number of 'saves' and 'shares' on the post that I wondered what those people were thinking/saying about me. Was it good or bad? Were they judging me or laughing at me?
But you know what, that's none of my business. I love that photo and the circumstances that it came about make me laugh. That's all I need to know. Like the old saying goes, what others say about you is none of your business. This is my reminder, and maybe you needed to hear it too.
Now! If you're into the dress it's the cute as heck Sugar Cube dress from the team at @whitehavenemporium. Bonus, I have a code! Use SUGER10 at checkout for 10% off all full price items.
Words have so much power don't they? I used to be scared of this F word. I didn't have enough courage in my twenties to use it. But then, I didn't rock the boat much at that age. It took me until my thirties to find my voice: environmentalism first and later, feminism.
Have you always had your voice? Or did you find it with age? When did you find the strength to be an activist for what you believe in?