Holiday Update/ Requiring Approval

I’ve been off work for the past week or so, and I have been loving it!

 

I usually work late shifts Monday-Friday, and so this time off has given me the opportunity to get a lot of things done. Not to mention, it has given me the opportunity to have a social life, and catch up with my people.

 

Last night, I went to watch “Anansi & The London Girl” at the Lost Theatre, with my best mates. We had a great time.

 

After watching this, we went to “Satay Bar” in Brixton. This was my first time, and prior to this I had heard so many various good things about this restaurant/bar. I ordered Fiery Fries (which apparently was meant to be spicy *side eye* ) and 2 portions of Prawn Tempura. As you can see below, the presentation was on point.

 

 

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However, looks can be deceiving. The fries were ok (although they were far from spicy), but the Prawn Tempura was horrendous. All I could taste was the oily batter, and due to this I couldn’t even finish it. This all came up to £14.50, which may not be much to some folks, but I could have spent less elsewhere on a better tasting meal. Maybe their Cocktails are better?? If I ever go there again, it definitely WILL NOT be for their food.

 

 

Aside from enjoying the current decent London weather, I’ve also been preparing for something that I have wanted to do for YEARS. I am not a fan of announcing things too early, so maybe nearer the time, or when it is done, I shall start blogging/vlogging my experiences.

 

 

Requiring other peoples approval is something that I generally do not care for, However, I was previously not posting certain things due to fear of little-no likes (via instagram), or minimum blog post views/shares. Now I’m appreciative of the views/attention I get over things I post via social media, however I am not fussed about the amount, or even if I get zero feedback. I am solely focused on putting out my message, and sharing my positive energy into the universe. Gaining approval means f all to me. After all, it is my life to live, and only I can chose to portray it online, how I wish.

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