But is it really ok to call a skinny girl skinny?

Saturday, 19 July 2014

This is something that has been bothering me for a while now so I feel no better way to get off my chest how I feel than to share it with you lot.

I have always been slim.. All my life. No matter how much crap I eat including snacks and takeaways, and even working at McDonalds, my matabolism just won't let me put on weight. I have jumped on the scales many times after weeks of binging out and nope, not a difference what so ever. This is something I cannot help! I understand peoples concerns when the see a slim girl and it gets the talk going, 'is she ill', 'does she eat properly' bla bla bla. But it gets a bit much when they start to ask you blatantly.. 'Do you seriously eat though?'.

Yep this is something that has just happened to me. Infact in the last month at least three people have commented on my weight situation and I can assure each and every one of you that I am perfectly healthy. This has been going on since school (5 years ago!) where at least two teachers had taken me in on seperate occassions to discuss if I was ok or not. I really cannot stress how annoying it actually is for the fact that I CANNOT HELP IT. I eat like a pig and I know that my parents or my boyfriend would be the first to let me know if they had any concerns about my health or my eating habits. I am 8 stone, exactly. Never up nor down but it is a completely healthy weight for a girl of 5'4'' with no boobs and no booty!?

So why are people so critical, and not concerned about the way that they make a passing comment on a persons weight without thinking if it actually would affect said person?

It used to really upset me as I still to this day have no self confidence what so ever and this isn't helped by peoples blunt comments. Now I have started to wonder if it is other peoples own insecurities that cause them to be this way? I would NEVER dream of turning round and saying to someone, 'oh my god you're so fat, you really should eat less!' so why does it then make it okay for someone to turn to me and say, 'oh my god you're so skinny, you should eat more!'. It really is just as insulting. As I was saying before, maybe us skinny girls need to realise that people who are making these comments are insecure about their own bodies and wish that they could be skinnier. Although it is hard, I have learned that these people just have to be ignored as they thrive off of making you feel worse in order to feel better about themselves. 

I would also like to take the time to say though, if you do have any concerns about your weight or eating habits then talk to someone or seek help. There are so many people out there that can help so please do not suffer in silence. The same goes for if you have a concern about someone you know. You have to be extremely careful about the way you bring up a weight situation as you will never really know what is going on in that persons life if anything, so approach these dicussions with caution. 

But no matter your weight, big or skinny, flat or curvy, tall or small, big boobs, big butt or neither YOU ARE ALL BEAUTIFUL. In someones eyes you will be the most beautiful person that they have ever seen and as for those people than have not seen your beauty, maybe someone has yet to see theirs.

Please leave a comment telling me how you feel about this topic because I would love to know what other people think x

Life Changes

Thursday, 3 July 2014

Recently there has been a log of big changes happening in my life and I feel that there is no better way to keep a record of what has been going on rather than a quick blog post.

I finally finished University *sigh of relief. I am not going to lie, it was not easy. There were many times throughout the year where I said to myself that I wouldn't be able to make it through or that I would never reach the end.. After becoming depressed and crying a lot over messing up one of my exams, I thought that I had flung away all of the hard work that I had done over the last four years. Patiently I waited for the final results to come through, and finally when they did I could not believe it. Not only had I managed to score a high B for the exam I had thought I had messed up, I also managed to achieve a First Class classification for my course!! This makes me feel extremely emotional and proud of myself, and I am far too excited to graduate next week with my First Class degree.  I cannot even begin to explain the overwhelming feeling of getting Uni results and knowing that I literally could not have gotten a better result.. AMAZING.

My time at Uni was difficult, through arguments, boy dramas, makeups and breakups, money problems, losing both of my papas and my cousin within the space of a through years. Not only has this been physically draining it has also been mentally draining. I cannot thank my family and friends for supporting me throughout the last four years of my life and although I have not always been easy to deal with at times of stress, with deadlines on my mind 24/7 I will never forget the emotional support that I have received. 

Asides from this, I have finally received the keys to me and Leon's flat! I am so excited and cannot wait to start taking all of my stuff through in order to get it just how we like it.. (pictures to come soon folks!). I cannot lie, I am tad nervous about moving in with Leon but fingers crossed that everything works out for the best and it is the right step for our relationship.

So many life changing and exciting things are happening this month and I cannot wait to see what the future holds.

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