My hair is super soft and shiny, everyone that knows me knows I pride myself on having soft, silky hair because I’m a twister (I twist my hair around my finger if I’m nervous, tired or deep in thought). I actually only wash my hair once a week but do a good, thorough wash, condition and hair mask. I notice the first time I wash my hair after it’s been done, it’s so dry.
So for those of you who don’t know, disgustingly I’m 31. I have no idea whatsoever where the past 16 years have gone, but I wish I could go back to being 18, again. I was already so grown up, I never had a real childhood, I never did anything too extreme as a teen and I would definitely go back and live my early 20’s over again if I could. I’m 32 this year, and ever since my miscarriage back in August I’ve been taking stock of my life and what I’ve got to show for my almost 32 years on this planet. I’m definitely not where I want to be, but that’s okay, I’ve got time.
It’s been a tough 31 years, but I know it’s going to be worth it when I sell my (hopefully) best-selling novel, have children, join the PSNI and the career I want to be in. I wanted to give credit to Lorna and her recent post: 20 Things I’ve Learnt About Myself in 20 Years. Please give Lorna’s post a read and follow her on all her social media channels.
Usually, I’ll Netflix on in the background and I’ll be writing away, but these are shows that physically made me stop everything I was doing and just sit there and watch. Now, the only time this laptop of mine leaves my hands is when I’m eating, showering and sleeping. So, for a TV show to make me just stop and watch – it must be good. Don’t take my word for it though, let me tell you about them and you can watch for yourself.