Tomorrows article: 50 shades of abuse

Recently, Ive been hearing a lot of hype from friends who are infatuated by the ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ trilogy. 



And what’s worse is that they’ve made a film adaption on its glorified S&M content. I mean, this makes tacky erotica novels look like a childrens book.It is pure filth.

I’m now going to finish reading the last chapter of ‘Fifty Shades Darker’, and then consider washing my eyes out with soap and water. I’m ashamed of this terrible act that I’ve committed.

I’m aware that a review on an R rated erotica saga appears completely irrelevant to my blog. But, I’ll be discussing the glorification of abuse and sexual exploitation. People need to know that is content is not okay, it is a relationship of control, not love.

Farewell until tomorrow.

5 ways to be happy without anti-depressants 

Anti depressants are the main ingredient in fuelling our mind with happiness. And sure, they work wonders. But it take months to really feel the impact of positivity in our lives.

So, why not put aside a few minutes to soak in some quality R & R.

1) Start with changing your diet plan.

Remember: we are what we eat, figuratively speaking of course. 

-stock up on superfoods such as goji berries, broccoli, blueberries, dark chocolate and oliy fish. And drink plenty of green tea!

My diet has boosted my ability to get out of bed at ridiculous o’clock and given me that positive kick up the arse that I needed. Not only that, my skin looks glowing so I feel happier about my physical appearance too- extra happy points!



2) Keep yourself busy 

Keeping our mind occupied with plans or things to look forward too focused our concentration on the task in hand. Overting any negative thoughts into positive ones, soon you won’t even have time to worry!

  1. Make a check list of things that need either organising or planning
  2. List those things in order of priority

Try to include a personal goal, such as writing an article or talking to a stranger. Whatever it is, that goal should make you feel positively fulfilled for the day.

3) Excercise 10 minutes each day 

Excercise will release those vital endorphins that stimulates happiness. So, healthy body = healthy mind.

-Commit to a daily routine of squats, or lunges or whatever takes your cardiovascular fancy.

Try to do an excercise that really gets your heart pumping.

soon, it will become as routine as brushing your teeth!

4) spend time with the people that make you the happiest 

The people we hang around with define us more than we think. A person who always looks on the bright side for example, will eventually change our perspective of things we would usually deem negative.

5) Turn any negativity into positivity 

Have you ever heard of happiness being contagious?

Well, it’s no myth. If we reveal our happier selves to our friends, they will more than likely love spending time with you, and if people love spending time with you, then that must mean… 

We become our happier selves more often.

Your smile will work wonders, it’s free isn’t it?