the inspiring stories behind the ladies of the wta finals singapore: daria kasatkina the russian wall, kiki bertens’ self-reclamation, + elina svitolina queen of the wta for 2018
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the inspiring stories behind the ladies of the wta finals singapore: daria kasatkina the russian wall, kiki bertens’ self-reclamation, + elina …

body – missguided // skirt – pretty little thing It’s official, the 2018 WTA season has officially drawn to a close. I mean, sort of. Isn’t there still Zhuhai? It’s rly weird how they do it. Anyway, instead of doing a classic roundup of the tournament or even of the whole entire season,…

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i thought opening up about my ~strugglez~ online would help me out but it hasn’t – so what’s next?
Grand Central Terminal, New York

i thought opening up about my ~strugglez~ online would help me out but it hasn’t – so what’s next?

top – missguided // skirt – pretty little thing // shoes – topshop You know what’s funny is I wanted to keep my mouth shut about my Summer (that has now turned into Autumn) of panic attacks and anxiety that seemed to spring up out of nowhere, and now it’s all…

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PSA: taking a break doesn’t mean you’re not hard-working
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PSA: taking a break doesn’t mean you’re not hard-working

So the blog posts have been few and far between this Summer. I spoke about why in one of my posts just over a month ago but I hate saying it over and over so I won’t. In short, I’ve not been my happiest ever self this Summer so I…

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a little something for world mental health day
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a little something for world mental health day

dress – topshop Today is World Mental Health Day, something that’s important to me every year because of the struggles I went through with it when I was about twelve. You can go through my Timehop and find countless tweets about it using the hashtag, with me stating the obvious that…

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parting thoughts from the 2018 us open
USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center

parting thoughts from the 2018 us open

I can’t believe we’re already at the end of the final Grand Slam of the year. I remember starting these posts at the end of the Australian Open which also fell at the end of January, a month we deemed to be ridiculously long and felt like a whole year…

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