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Am I an adult?

May 15, 2017












Me & Charlie


I often complain about how my personality lacks responsibility or basically the “adult” bit every adult should have. Sometimes I wonder why, and then I remember that actually I’m still a teenager (for a couple more months but still, yay me), but the society forced me into acting like an adult. Let’s be honest, does being nineteen differ much from being seventeen in terms of what’s in your head? Nope. You’re still a kid!

I don’t think there was ever a moment where I wanted to grow up or be an actual adult. I think I knew the dark side of adulthood before even being an adolescent (Maybe I was a child prodigy, maybe not? Who knows?), which people still find weird and unusual.

Most of you know my story, I had to move alone to London for university when I was still seventeen, simply because my mom decided to push me out of her womb in October. It was a huge shock, I had to deal with loneliness, depression, excitement, freedom and paying bills at the same time. And despite the fact my parents always thought of me as already very mature, my move made me super mature. Partially it’s a good thing, but then I always feel I missed out a lot of my teenage years by actually being mature and sensible (ok, maybe not always).

Our society pressures all of us to grow up soo fast! WHY? I don’t have a friggin clue! I mean, yes, I have lived on this planet for almost twenty years (shit. I’m old), but how does this count if I managed to only live not even two by myself?

I find myself being more than often anxious about growing up. I’m not saying being an actual adult is bad but I just can’t fit my personality into that kind of lifestyle. Maybe after this you’ll understand why I find the idea of kids repulsive, I simply enjoy the freedom of being young and carefree. Everyone says that I’ll change my mind, but what if this is just how my personality is and will be?

As much as I don’t talk about depression publicly, I personally feel that anxiety has been the biggest cause of it for me. Maybe I think too far ahead, but getting older doesn’t only mean getting serious about shit, it means loosing people you love and all that nasty stuff. And unfortunately my parents braced me with my realistic approach (and reality isn’t all rainbows and butterflies).

Moving on.

Responsibility is key when it comes to owning pets. I should know right? I have like zillion pets back at home (actually three but I like exaggerating).

I’m the main reason why these pets have a home, I initiated the interest each single time obviously. Because I lived with my parents, I never acknowledged the need to be fully responsible for a pet.  However, I never thought if I’ll take them with me when I’ll move away or if I’ll get a new BFF for my bed.

Almost two years of living without pets, and I can tell you that it’s absolute heeelll!!!

I’m not kidding when I’m saying that I cry at nights because I miss them and feel extremely lonely without their companion. When you grow up with pets, that’s what you set yourself up for!

You’re probably thinking, “why won’t she get a cat or something” right? Well first things first, I’m very loyal towards my cat back in Poland, she’s my ultimate BFF (read with Paris Hilton’s voice please). Naturally getting a different cat would be cheating, so NO I’m not getting a cat. “Ok so get a dog!”. And here I have two issues, one: I’m scared of such commitment, I’m scared the dog will be unhappy living with me, that I won’t be responsible enough etc. Two: I’m all for a shelter dog, unfortunately my schedule doesn’t allow me to take care of a dog that has been through a lot + sizes of shelter dogs wouldn’t fit my flat. Then comes the PUG! I feel connected to that breed in many ways, mostly by their facial expressions but also the classic fat rolls. I would get one but let’s start with the fact I can’t afford one LOL, and I would probably feel guilty forever for not getting a shelter dog, so no dogs at all for me!

That’s why I borrowed Charlie for half a day from Kamila, MAJOR THANKS!!! I needed some pug therapy and eventually had the best Sunday this year. To conclude, keep your friends close and friends with pugs even closer.


Hat – Village Hats || Glasses – Mango || *Jacket – Missguided || Top – Missguided || Belt – Gucci ||  *Jeans – Missguided || Boots –Acne

Photography Kuba Polityło-Aluwihare


  • Reply Anna Sitek May 26, 2017 at 11:25 am

    I love your shoes! However, I have an identical approach to adulthood like you. I’m 19 y.o and I still feel like a kid.

  • Reply Alex May 23, 2017 at 11:18 pm

    Berry, nigdy nie wiem, co pisać, ale wiedz, że bardzo doceniam Twoje posty (Twój styl również, dzięki Tobie zaczęłam ubierać się tak jak mi się podoba)!

  • Reply yolokat May 22, 2017 at 10:27 pm

    Take it from me – you’re just as much a kid when you’re 24. It gets easier, but you have to do it every day. That’s the hard part. But it does get easier.

  • Reply Racquel John May 19, 2017 at 3:25 am

    Your story is amazing, and can really help someone who might be going through similar things. For me, I took the time to get to know myself and to understand my journey in life. Take the time to figure out what you want in life and enjoy the process of growing up. Stay positive and upbeat during this time. Really cute outfit!

    Racquel John | http://www.Purposely-You.com

  • Reply Ania May 18, 2017 at 6:34 pm

    Ekstra zdjęcia <3 no i kocham twoje wpisy, doceniam

  • Reply Agnes May 18, 2017 at 3:41 pm

    Świetna notka i ja również zgadzam się z tym co napisałaś. Ja niestety musiałam szybko dorosnąć, ale nadal jestem dzieckiem i tak samo jak ty chcę cieszyć się życiem, młodością..
    A co do outfit’u – jest niesamowity! Uwielbiam tego typu połączenia 🙂

  • Reply Aleksandra Maszczak May 16, 2017 at 9:59 pm

    Mega tekścior

  • Reply Asia May 16, 2017 at 7:58 pm

    Każdy element perfekcyjnie dopracowany.Genialnie!

  • Reply Klaudia May 16, 2017 at 5:53 pm

    Super post, bardzo fajnie że posty są po angielsku, bo wtedy dodatkowo uczę się haha 😀

  • Reply Martyna May 16, 2017 at 5:45 pm

    Dzięki za pisanie postów po ang, teraz muszę ruszyć leniwa dupe i poświęcić więcej czasu na przeczytanie niż iść na łatwiznę i czytac polską wersję, +10 do znajomosci angielskiego. Stylizacja niczym z “the 70’s show” i to mi się podoba! \m/

  • Reply Sylwia May 16, 2017 at 11:22 am

    I strongly agree with things you wrote. I hate being adult and I hate that pressure coming from all people around – even those your age! I mean, we’re only in our 20s so why people want to be old already?! I feel like nowadays that will be one of the most problem of our society – anxiety, depression, loneliness.. but well, we need to keep on going.. Take care xx

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