June 18, 2012

Even Lady Gaga needs a night in

I wanted to write a post about how we should stop feeling guilty about having time-out and stop being petrified of being “boring”. I often feel like I shouldn’t waste time at home re-cooperating when I should be ‘making the most of my 20’s”, but I’ll will openly admit that sometimes there is absolutely nothing better than sitting down, alone, with a cup of tea/glass of wine and just reclining peacefully with nothing but my own company. Yep.

Read the full article on HelloGiggles HERE.

  • Wait til you get to 30! you wont give a **** who knows you are at home with tea and crumpets! πŸ™‚

  • Haha thanks Ally – this is a comforting thought!! xx

  • It took me a while to accept that it was okay to have a night in on my own – even on a Friday! But, now I appreciate it & it’s actually VERY refreshing…once in a while πŸ˜‰

  • thanks for your comment amy πŸ™‚ haha me too… still a time and a place for the wild onessss.. but it’s also about being granny chic πŸ˜‰ xx

  • Love it! I have “Me Par-tays” all the time. They are the best! It’s 4:30pm and I’m in my PJs…and will be logging off soon and taking your advice!

  • So glad you agree! I am about my unplug myself too!! Enjoy πŸ™‚

  • I’m known for sending out a text to all from friends to let them know I’m going off the grid. I love nights with just the TV, wine, and popcorn.

  • LOVE THIS. x

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