What the future holds

Nobody knows what the future has in store for us. We can only dream about it. And that is scarily beautiful..

But what’s so wrong about living in the now. Forget about tomorrow. What do you want to do today?!

Ok, yes I’ve been “freaking” about my future.. What’s going to happen with my boyfriend? Will we get married/have kids? If so, when?
But I’ve came to a conclusion, I shouldn’t focus my future on a relationship, instead I should focus on other achievements. This year I went abroad for the first time, I overcame a big fear (planes) and achived one of my life goals! I sat out on the balcony in Turkey at 5:30 am and cried because for the first time I felt I was on the right path, I was exactly where I was supposed to be, my life seemed to make sense. I’ve never cried like that before, so open and honest.

This has boasted my confidence up so much. I feel that I can achieve and overcome anything if I truly want to. That said. I have been thinking about applying for an online Journalism course and have found one via London school of Journaliam. I will get a diplomia in a subject that appeals to me. What do you my amazing followers think. Need your opinions 🙂


From a photoshoot in Turkey

Michaela, xo


My second tattoo

As you may know, I have a medical condition called Turner Syndrome and am very lucky to be alive, I only had a 2% chance of surviving 9 months-birth, to remind me of this I have surivor inked on my right foot and as of a few days ago a butterfly on my left wrist.


The pain was so worth it for the end result! More ink to come I think. Watch this space….

Alice In Wonderland 2011

Ever since I was a child I have loved the story of Alice in Wonderland so I jumped at the chance to go and review the pantomime version on the 13th January, and what a pleasure it was.

 The actors and actresses really made the characters come alive each giving a wonderful and energetic performance. I found myself grinning the whole way through and getting lost in this excellent and hilarious show!

“I couldn’t stop laughing, It was brilliant. My children loved it but the small amount of adult humour made me pleased I went along” – Ms Jones. a very pleased member of the audience!

Although there were only a small number of people in the audience each of them seemed to be engaged with the show and the characters all cheering or booing at the characters.

Overall a good night!