Friday, 17 October 2014

Sponsored Video: #LiveFearless

I recently asked people on social media what their fears are. My replies ranged from caterpillars to falling to the more common one of creepy crawlies. These are phobias however, so what is a fear?

My own personal fears are my regrets and the fear of repeating mistakes. From putting trust too quickly into people, dating the wrong boys and letting less important things take control of me. We all make our own choices in life and it's in our own mental stabilities where these fears originate and grow from. 

More recently I had felt threatened and pushed out of place in a personal responsibility I had. I take a lot of risks in everyday situations to better myself.  I could have fought my fear and carried on, worked harder and grew stronger. However, I decided to face my fear head on and end the relationship with it. I reached out to my inner beliefs and realised being unhappy was a scary prospect, making the problem bigger which could in all retrospect be prevented. 

So, what was my fear? ... 

The inner fear of not being good enough for someone and not moving anywhere, not growing and developing myself. I simply walked away without putting up a fight and realised some things just are not meant to be and I deserve the best. Why? Because I Live Fearless

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Disclaimer: Sponsored video by Bodyform. However, all content is my own. 

Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Anarkali Indian, Hammersmith

303-305 King Street  London, Greater London W6 9NH

 Recently, I popped along to an indian restaurant in Hammersmith called Anarkali. I haven't been for Indian food in soooo long so I was very excited! It's a little out of my way as I live in East London but sometimes the best places are worth the extra mileage.

The restaurant is located in a really nice part of London. Upon entering the restaurant, I noticed how relaxed and quiet it was. Me and my guest was shown to our table and menus were presented to us; whilst napkins were placed on our laps - something I found so strange but was a lovely gesture!

I was like a fish out of water so just played it safe and ordered my favourite signature indian dish; chicken korma and pilau rice with peshwari naan bread. I love the sweet taste of peshwari even though I hate coconut, weird!

There was a little mix up with the bill at the end which was a little confusing however we left with our bellies full and satisfied. The food and service was great so I fully recommend it if you're around the area and fancy a nice meal!