We all have things or situations that we’re a little scared of. Mine seem to go through phases. At one point the dentist, then flying, then the dentist again,...
You begin to spend a lot more time in the bath
The football season is back already? The only thing you can do to escape this torture is to lock yourself in the tub, laden with magazines, a glass of wine and your favourite Space NK oil. It’s a hard job but someone has to do it.
You start to weigh up the Pros and Cons of having a Halloween party
You’ve always wanted to buy a catwoman outfit. But wait, are you too old to dress like a slut? Maybe you should go as something scary instead to show that you don’t take yourself too seriously. But what if your friends end up looking better than you?
Maybe you’ll just stay at home with the lights off instead.
Getting dressed in the morning seems like an impossible task
Your bag contains a jumper, sunglasses and an umbrella. You aren’t sure if you need SPF or extra-thick moisturiser and your hair suddenly develops an aversion to water. Roll on Winter already.
You find at least three new excuses to buy a morning coffee again
Are the gingerbread lattes in yet? Sigh.
Since when did they get so fricking huge??? You better Facebook that shit, so people believe you.
You realise that you need an entire new wardrobe. Like now.
Everything you currently own suddenly seems too bright, too short or not even your taste. The struggle is real.
Every shop you go in seems confused
You can’t buy a bikini for love nor money, but 10 varieties of Christmas sweets? Sure.
You start to dress only in colours you see on trees
Gold, red, burgundy, greens. You basically are a giant leaf fest and yet you’re okay with that.
You give up all hope of dieting
The next bikini struggle is at least a year off and you can start worrying about your thighs approximately two weeks before the christmas party. T’is the season to have comfort and eat comfort after all.
You moan about it getting dark earlier, even though you don’t really mind
Cosy nights in on the sofa, butter-soft oversized knits and boxset marathons? Preaching to the converted.
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Beth is a Writer and Digital Marketer who founded The Full Agenda as a place to talk about the things that kept her and her friends up at night. Currently working as a Marketing consultant to various SMEs she is a big fan of the startup market and loves technology, apps and anything social media related. When not obsessively checking Google Analytics, she can be found reading, writing or relaxing with a glass of Prosecco.
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