- Monthly Grooming Guide: Honest Reviews - I like to think I have always made the effort to look after my skin. From the teenage years of spot outbreaks and pimples, to the anti-aging and hair removal era I find myself in now. I am always interested in trying new products to potentially improve my skincare regime. Below are some recent products I’ve been trying, after using them for a few weeks here is my monthly Grooming Guide and Honest Reviews: Veet For Men (Hair Removal C
Firstly, I know it’s been a while but I would like to thank every person who read and responded to the first instalment in this (now) series of blogs. I was sincerely taken back by the positive reaction and all the messages I received. I am so grateful to all those who read it, and got in touch. Thank you so much. When I started writing Part One I was actually in a bit of a funk with the whole dating thing. I think most single people find themselves a bit disconnected with d
Me: “I’m dog sitting tonight, so how about I make pizza and we watch a movie” Date: “Sounds good” Date turns up, had pizza – fine. Watched movie – slightly awkward but fine. Time for Date to leave, goes to the door, turns to kiss me, I AWKWARDLY dodge the kiss (really dont understand how that happened), lips land on my cheek, and I fumble into the shoulder in a kind of half hug, half ive just fallen over kind of thing. Me: “Let me know when you are home safe” Date: .........
It is hard to believe that there was once a time that I was shy boy who was controlled by his social anxieties. Still to this day, I don’t like to think about high-school. I went through school literally being afraid of my own voice, so worried that someone would torment me for it. It’s so strange but I can remember very clearly pretending to yawn every time I spoke, as a way to try and disguise my voice somehow. High-school for me was permanently walking on egg-shells. Ther