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  1. Beautifully written as always.
    It scares me how similar our minds are……wish our waistlines were that similar 😉
    Come to me and I will help you work it all out xxxxx

  2. Sending you the biggest hug rose.. If it’s any consolation I think you have got your shit together and you literally have the world at your feet you just can’t see it because your in it.
    I’m 28 and far from having my shit together.. So it could be worse you could be OLDER and still not have a fighting clue.. Your young, talented and beautiful inside and out- love your writing as always you talented human being you xxxxx

  3. I feel ya, girl. Being a grown up is tough work and it sucks a lot of the time. I think one of the biggest things I’ve learnt is to try to have lower expectations. Which sounds terrible but the times I’ve felt worst are always when I’ve been kicking myself for not being a Super High Flyer yet and managing to overlook all the good things going on. Don’t run before you can walk!

    Rachel | http://www.currentlyrachel.com

  4. I LOVE YOUR BLOG!!!! just want to tell you- you are NORMAL. coming from someone who has suffered with depression/anxiety for 2 years ish now, have felt lost for a vast majority of that time with no clue what to do with my life and feeling like a failure and pretty useless human..but things just seem to work out eventually, so just try and stay positive (easier said than done) because you have an amazing talent, your writing cracks me up and you are obviously super smart funny and you seriously could have an amazing career doing this! and all the best people are a bit mental 🙂 p.s I can’t cook either my speciality is pasta and ketchup! Xxx

  5. Annie this is, undoubtedly, a majestic comment. THANK YOU SO MUCH! You have uplifted me and I am beyooond happy that you seem to have emerged out the other end of that dark and dastardly tunnel (though, obviously, it never entirely disappears. it’s like an annoying ex that just WON’T STOP BADGERING YOU) and feel enthused and more positive about life. And thank you so much for your lovely words about my writing!! So ace! I can’t actually say I’ve ever tried pasta and ketchup – is it a winning combo? I’ll find out tonight. Thank you thank you thank you – I hope you have a sensational Wednesday xxx

  6. I’m not sure I’ve even figured out how to walk but I’m WORKING ON IT!! I totally understand ya. I think it’s so easy to compare ourselves to those around us, based on the snippets of info we’re fed through social media, and we forget that we’re not seeing the whole picture and that their picture may be just as dismal as we see ours, sometimes. There’s a good quote that goes ‘Don’t compare your beginning to someone else’s middle’ and it’s SO true. Thanks for the advice, m’lady. Keep on killing it, as you are. x

  7. Oh my fucking god reading this has made me so happy.
    I had an almighty breakdown the there night for the exact same reason. We are not alone.
    I’m just gonna hope it all comes together.

    Love your blog x

  8. Thank you, Katie!!! Whilst it’s obviously vehr upsetting to hear that you, too, feel like you’re failing at life (although that is admittedly a dramatic statement on my part; ever the drama queen!), it is comforting to know that I’m not the only one currently feeling like a complete loser. WE’RE IN THIS TOGETHER!! I hope – nay, I am SURE – you’ll find the light at the end of the tunnel soon and you’ll be inundated with glorious feelings of happiness and contentment. xxx

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