So I was going to try and come up with some witty introduction for my first post but let’s face it, I’m not funny. Although, I’ve realised that blogging is like a performance, and with any performance, as soon as it becomes boring, people start checking their phones. Please don’t do that… unless that’s where you’re reading this.
Okay sorry, not funny.
Anyway, now that you’re here and that terrible joke hasn’t made you click off (hopefully), let me introduce myself…
My name is Katie-Marie Warburton, a 22-year-old Psychology student based in Kent, UK. I will be graduating from my undergraduate degree in the summer of 2020 (fingers crossed). My area of interest is criminal behaviour/mental health so I’m hoping to continue my studies with a master’s degree in Forensic Psychology.
I felt inspired to start this blog so I could share this crazy journey we call life! I like to think of life as a roller coaster… there will always be highs and lows, but if you don’t get on the ride, you won’t experience the adventure.
I want this to be a space where nothing is off limits, life is never perfect so let’s share the imperfections and celebrate them! I will be sharing everything from Fashion, Lifestyle and Beauty to Weight, University and Relationships, you name it, we’re talking about it!
One of the main reasons for creating this blog is to encourage other women (and men!) to embrace and love the body they’re in! Ever since my late teens, I’ve battled with my weight. I went from a size 8 to now a size 16 and trust me when I say, it’s been a journey… and not always a fun one, but that’s life for you!
I really hope that this little space I’ve taken up on the internet can be used to do good, to help people realise that everybody is unique and that’s okay. Everyone is at different stages in life, there will always be people doing better than you, who seem like they have everything all figured out.
Let’s be real… we’re all just winging it.
Sometimes you just need a reminder that life isn’t a race, we all come from different walks of life and are going at our own speed… let’s try to stop focusing on other’s successes and focus on our own. As long as we’re all happy and healthy, we’ve already won.
If you’ve got this far, I just want to say thank you… mum for being the only reader. Okay I will actually stop now. Maybe one day I’ll realise I’m the only one laughing (and hopefully my mum).
Anyway, I’m excited for the future of this blog and the relationships I hope to build through it. So let’s have some fun!
Lots of love