In a world where fashion trends come and go, it’s easy to feel pressured to conform and dress according to what others consider fashionable. But what if we told you that there’s a revolutionary approach to dressing that focuses solely on your individual happiness? Enter dopamine dressing – a new trend that encourages you to… click to read more.
Mental health is just as important as physical health. Yet, for some reason, there is still a stigma attached to it that makes it difficult for people to open up about struggles. This stigma needs to be broken, and we need to start talking openly and honestly about mental health, that’s why we created FFFN!… click to read more.
Winter blues, also known as (SAD) Seasonal Affective Disorder, is a type of depression that occurs during the winter months. The reduced sunlight, change in weather patterns, and shorter days can all have an impact on our mental health. Although it is normal to feel down at times, it is important to take care of… click to read more.
Today, let’s talk about not giving a fuck. Yes, you read that right. Sometimes, it’simportant to just stop caring about certain things and focus on what really matters.Firstly, having a “not giving a fuck” attitude doesn’t mean you should be careless andirresponsible. It simply means that you shouldn’t waste your energy on things thatdon’t add… click to read more.
In today’s world, it’s easy to fall into the trap of trying to fit in with others, or even the expectations that society has for us. It’s tempting to want to present ourselves in a way that we think will be more acceptable or impressive to others. However, the truth is that the most fulfilling… click to read more.
It’s International Women’s Day and it’s time to celebrate!!Here at FFFN, we have noticed that the largest majority of our followers are in fact women. I’vestarted wondering why this is and I’ve done some research into different aspects of women’sempowerment, women’s individuality, even women in fashion (we are an awesome fashion brand,after all!) and of… click to read more.
I’m fat. I have too much grey hair. I have boring brown eyes. My nose is too big. I have thick eyebrows. My eyelashes are too short. My chin recedes. My boobs double as toe flossers and I could carry bricks underneath them. My stomach is flabby. My belly button is like a bottomless cavern…. click to read more.
Society has placed a stigma on mental health medications and their use and this has been ongoing for decades. Although in recent years, the use of mental health medications have been more widely accepted, there is still an underlying misconception that taking mental health medication is just a crutch for people who are too weak to manage their problems and that they’re just not trying hard enough to feel good and get better.