Fitness with Florence Grace #4

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So another week has passed us by already- crazy, right?! I must confess this week, Tae Bo happened...well, just once. I know, I know, I'm awful. It's the Slender Tone belt! I can tone up whilst watching movies, tidying my room, blogging...anything! I have still been walking here, there and everywhere and have been on a bike ride this week, but I need to get back into my Tae Bo routine!

My eating has been fine all week, with me reaching 1,200 calories everyday, sometimes working out less than that dependent on the exercise that I have done that day. Yesterday was a bit of a bad day as I had a picnic style lunch, and I can't control my portions well when there's finger food! For dinner, I had pizza, but portion control came into play and I had one slice instead of two!

So, here are my original statistics from 4 weeks ago...

Start Weight: 11st 4lbs

Waist Measurement: 33 inches

Goal Weight: 10 stone

How much I want to lose a week: 2 lbs

And here is where I am now...

Current Weight: 11 st 3 lbs

Current Waist Measurement: 32.0 inches.

Weight left to lose: 1 stone 3 lbs 

Yes, as you can see I have put on a pound- and I really only have myself to blame for that! However, I have lost another half inch from my tummy! This can only be due to the slender tone belt...as I said before, it's only a short term solution, I know, but if it's going to help me get to where I want to be in addition to eating less and moving more (Katie Hopkins' mantra!) then I have no objection to using it! 

I'm not really seeing that much of difference in myself- I'm seeing a little but not a lot. I think I'm going to upload a photo of myself now and compare it to my before photo. If I'm brave, I may post it on here for you all, so you can see my progress...

How have you all done this week? Let me know in the comments below!

Love from, 
Florence Grace 

P.S. Okay- here it is! My before and after photo, with a four week gap! I'm a little disappointed because despite losing two inches, I feel like it isn't showing that much, but I have to keep reminding myself that this is a long and slow process! 
   





Before.


After, 4 weeks later.



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Feminism and me.

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Feminist. A word that over the last three years or so seems to have been flung around here, there and everywhere more often than ever before. From being a fashion statement to an attempted "insult", we have definitely been made more aware of feminism. However, the definition has been completely misconstrued, warped and twisted beyond recognition, with the term being surrounded by such negative connotations that many people are actually happy to deem themselves not a feminist, and unwilling to support feminism!


By definition, feminism is "the advocacy of women's rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes". According to the recorded clip in Beyonce's 'Flawless', a feminist is "the person who believes in the social, political and economic equality of the sexes".

In other words, being a feminist, and feminism itself, is purely about equality between the sexes on all levels.

It is not about women being better than men. It is not about women trying to rule the world and take over men's lives. It is not about hating men. Let me just reiterate that one, as it is the mistake made most commonly; it is not about hating men.

Anybody can be a feminist, and, in my opinion, everybody should be. It is not something to be laughed at, mocked, or ashamed of, and both men and women can be feminists. What's wrong with believing that men and women should be treated equally in every aspect of their life? Nothing...that is, until it is given the label "feminism".

A commonly made mistake is that when a woman deems herself to be a feminist, she is a man hater, against cooking and cleaning, a whore, frigid (yeah, work those two out!) and many more abusive and derogatory things. If a man deems himself a feminist, he is perceived simply to be "gay".

Last year, we saw a huge rise in the support for feminism with the #HeForShe campaign, for which Emma Watson was the main ambassador. This campaign was excellent and really highlighted the importance of feminism. Whilst it did unfortunately focus more on how feminism helps females rather than males (because yes, it does help both!), it also got many more males involved with the feminist movement and showing their support for feminism. This included a lot of males holding up paper with the hashtag #HeForShe and often an endearing quote about the women in their lives, or with the phrase "This is what a feminist looks like", and included some mega stars such as Simon Pegg and Benedict Cumberbatch.


Feminism really is for everyone. It doesn't just help women, but men too (think paternity leave, proving that not all men have animalistic sexual instincts, and helping males to break away from those reinforced, macho stereotypes). It's not about hating men, it's about helping men...and helping women too. It is about obtaining equality. Equality is the ultimate aim, and is an aim that can benefit everybody. No one gender is better than the other- every single person deserves to be treated as an equal


Taking all of this into consideration, it is important to reflect upon what being a feminist means to me, and I reached the following conclusion.

On top of the obvious factor that I treat men and women, transgender, cisgender, all genders equally, being a feminist means that I can do what I want and be respected for it by everybody else. If I would like to adhere to gender stereotypes and be a stay at home mum, cooking and cleaning all day, then I can be. If I want to be the main breadwinner whilst my other half stays at home doing the housework, I can be, with neither me or my other half being judged. If I want to go out in hot pants and a vest top, I can do, without males trying to harass me and females shaming me. It means I can be comfortable in my own skin, no matter what shape and size I am. It means I have the freedom of speech, and that my words and actions are controlled by no one- male or female. 

Whilst right now, not all of these are true for me (my outfits are often judged and I am often put down by males when I go off on a "feminist rant"), I would like them to be- for a person such as myself, in my position, that is what feminism would mean for me. However, it is a very fluid concept dependent on different cultures and religions- but as long as equality is at the core of the meaning, how you shape feminism to your life is entirely up to you. 

I think reflecting upon how you want to lead your life, now and in the future, can help you to decide upon whether or not you're a feminist- and if you're not one, why you should be. If you really can think of no reason why deeming yourself a feminist would benefit you, then remember that feminism is far bigger than just you. Think of all the hundreds of thousands of people world wide who do not have the choice to be a feminist, who do not have the choice to be treated equally by the opposite gender. Be a feminist and contribute towards the feminist movement to help them

And remember this, above all else- the rise of women does not mean the fall of men. 

Love from, 
Florence Grace

This post is based strongly upon my own views and opinions. I am not trying to force anybody into feminism, I'm merely explaining why I personally believe everybody should be. If you are offended by this content, please refrain from sending me abuse and email me at florencegrace13@gmail.com. Thank you! 
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Fitness with Florence Grace #3

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So this week, mother nature has intervened, and I have unfortunately given in to sweet cravings and lack of exercising due to pains and tiredness... so because of this, I decided not to measure or weigh myself. Apparently you're only meant to do it every two weeks anyway, as it fluctuates a lot in women...if anyone could confirm this for me, that would be appreciated! 

So here's a quick reminder of where I started, two weeks ago...
Start Weight: 11st 4lbs

Waist Measurement: 33 inches

Goal Weight: 10 stone

How much I want to lose a week: 2 lbs

Here is where I am now...

Current Weight: 11 st 2 lbs

Current Waist Measurement: 32.5 inches.

Weight left to lose: 1 stone 2 lbs 

This week I have been under my calories most day, but I have had to finish off lots of my easter chocolate as it is beginning to melt in these random mini heat waves we have been having! I've been doing my tae bo, and I have also started to use a slender tone belt that my mum was given a few years ago. I was a little wary about using it at first, as I couldn't find any in depth and informative reviews online, but gave it a go anyway. So far, so good. It feels like I've had a very intense core muscle work out when I've used it, and all I have done is sat watching a film! However, it is important for me to remember this is just a short term solution, and I have to keep up with my actual exercise too! I look forward to measuring my tummy next week and seeing if it's helped my tummy tone up more. 

How was your week? Have you lost any weight, or learnt some new tips to share with me? Let me know in the comments below! 

Love from, 
Florence Grace 
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I'll take the bitchy look sundae, with an extra scoop of drama and a sprinkle of rumors to go...

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Girls. Why can't we just get along?

I can't remember a time in my life where I haven't witnessed, been mixed up in or been a shoulder to cry on for someone who's been mixed up in a messy friendship gone wrong. It seems to happen all to often, and whereas with boys, everything is over with and forgotten about once a few punches have been thrown, girls will drag an issue out for as long as they can, twisting it up, becoming more spiteful and worsening the situation in any way that they can the longer the problem goes on for.

Why do we do this to each other?!

I can guarantee that most of you reading this now will have been involved in some form of friendship drama or another at least once in your life. We all know how painful it can be, how difficult it can make things at school or at work, so why do we still not know any better? Why do we still find a thrill in feeding off the latest drama, getting all the gossip and participating in someone else's business, usually worsening the situation?

Girls can find problems with anything, be it boys, clothes, friends, jealousy issues, boyfriends, or just not liking each other. However, no matter what the issue is, every single one has the same solution. Shall I share it with you?

Keep it between the person involved and yourself.

Forcing people to take sides in a situation which affects a group of friends, or colleagues in a work place is not only awkward and uncomfortable, but immature and unfair too. Confronting somebody about a problem via facebook or twitter, for the whole world to see, rather than face to face in private or via a direct message is embarrassing for others to witness, it invites people to get involved, and is also, again, immature. Flinging insults around for all to see will get you nowhere. Speaking calmly and maturely to each other will at least try to resolve the problem- without starting a fight or any bullying in the process.

If you have a serious issue with somebody, the only way it can be resolved is with direct communication between yourself and the person who has an issue with you/you have an issue with. When other people get involved, stories become misconstrued, clear communication goes out of the window altogether and it can- and usually does- lead to nastiness, harassment and even bullying. Keep your issues private, and try to resolve them in a mature and civil manner


For those of you who are witnesses to drama, please, I beg of you, do not get involved. If you feel someone is being directly targeted in a nasty way and you want to step in to stop it, do so. That's a kind and sensible thing to do. But remain impartial, keep your message short and suggest they stop communicating or take it to a private platform. Do not add fuel to the fire by joining one "side" and continuing the argument.

When trying to resolve an issue with somebody, it is important to remember these things:

- As hard as it is, stay calm. When we're angry we act impulsively and aren't thinking clearly at all. Usually when angry, we do things we regret. Don't worsen the situation with your temper. Wait until you have calmed down and then confront the problem.

- Recognise when to back down. Sometimes, as hard as it may be to admit to yourself, you may be the one in the wrong. The quicker you accept this (if this is the case) then the quicker you can get about resolving the problem!

- Apologise. Apologise if you're the one in the wrong, apologise for any nastiness this person may have suffered from others due to the problem, apologise if you've been harsh and actually just got the wrong end of the stick.


- Finally, you're not always going to like everyone, and not everyone will like you. It's a sad but true fact of life, and one that we all must come to terms with. Try your hardest to finish on civil terms with someone, but don't dither over what you could have done if no good comes from trying to be friends- it's obviously just not meant to be. 

Girls have enough bullies and people to target them worldwide- the male population does more than enough of that. Why don't we try not to help them out and spread the love among each other, stand up for each other, help each other to grow? We can not build an empire of powerful women if all of the women are divided. Whilst you don't have to like everyone, you don't have to be nasty to anyone either. Don't linger over people who you don't like or get along with, but don't bring them down either. Just stay away from them to avoid unnecessary trouble and drama.


Too much drama leads to a toxic environment. As strong, powerful women, we should be helping other women to also be strong and powerful. Support one another, help one another to grow. What do you gain from being nasty to somebody else?

Nothing.

Love from,
Florence Grace

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Express yourself or have your education- which one will you choose?

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I'm hoping that the title of this post is preparing you for the ridiculous scenario that I am about to write about. I hope you're sat there thinking "who the hell has to choose between expressing themselves and their education? Everyone gets an education, surely". Well, that may not be the case anymore. Please, read on. I hope this provides you with laughs and I hope many teachers read this and alter their opinion on the strict uniform rules their school has set in place.

I am always keen to fight against people who tell me what to do regarding my appearance. At secondary school I was constantly pulled up for having painted nails, wearing flower accessories in my hair and forever having my jewellery taken off of me- only for me to come in wearing something else the next day! I was determined to show my school that my education and learning was more important than how I looked, and that whilst they deemed my accessories a distraction, until a fellow pupil came to me and complained about me distracting them from their education, I would not come in looking plain and boring.

So, you can imagine how I felt when I was sent this shocking article about a natural red head being threatened to have her education suspended until she changed the "brightness" of her hair. You can read the full article here.

Whilst the 17 year old student had admitted to dying her hair a shade of auburn, she is a natural red head anyway, and her hair has been the same colour for the last three years. If her hair were lime green, electric blue or fluorescent pink, then I may see why the school were deeming her hair to be "too bright". However, regardless of whether it's a dyed shade or not, auburn is a natural hair colour- and it's her natural hair colour anyway, she has just chosen to alter the tone slightly.

What I find most ridiculous is that the school she attends are threatening to suspend her education completely if she does not dye her hair to a muted down, natural colour. If this statement says nothing else, it says how the school cares a lot more about the appearance of their students rather than their students education. This story has hit a lot of national newspapers, and is spreading like wildfire, so I can't imagine that this school is going to have a positive reputation for very long.

The age old reasoning that every school uses is "you've got to set an example to younger pupils". For heaven's sake. Stop being so archaic, open your eyes and realise that these younger pupils do not care about what colour someones hair is. And even if they did, so what? Maybe seeing these older pupils being allowed to be the creative individuals that they want to be will encourage and inspire the younger pupils- something that schools all over the country seem to fail to do.

Forever telling students to be confident, to be brave, to be smart, to be individuals- and yet when the students do follow these instructions, they are criticized, and usually publicly. At my secondary school, we were never privately taken aside and told to remove whatever "inappropriate" item we were wearing. We were always pulled up in front of the whole class and made to feel embarrassed about what we had done- all we were doing was expressing our identity, being ourselves. Something that the adults in our lives are supposed to encourage us to do.

I think schools take how their students look way too seriously. When it becomes a reason for expulsion and prevents a student from receiving their education, I think it becomes full on ridiculous. If the student is attending school every day, working hard, meeting deadlines- and you know what, even if they aren't- it really doesn't matter how they look. Education is a privilege that not everyone in the world can afford. We shouldn't let how a student looks decide whether or not they are allowed that privilege.

Pink hair, red hair, blue hair, green hair- it's all just hair, and everybody has it. No one replaces their learning time by staring at someones hair colour for a full hour. Schools need to encourage self love, self confidence and a persons unique identity and their ability to express it, and focus more on educating rather than shaming people for the way they look.

Love from,
Florence Grace

What do you think? Do schools fail to encourage individuality and self expression? Is uniform really that important? Let me know in the comments below! 
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Barry M Speedy Quick Dry Collection

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So, those of you who know anything about me at all will know how addicted I am to nail varnish, and pretty nail varnish collections- namely those produced by Barry M. I have a collection of (roughly) 80 Barry M nail varnishes now, and one of these is the relatively new "Speedy Quick Dry" collection. As soon as I saw the gorgeous pastel shades, I fell in love and knew these would be my SS15 nail colour's (well, that was until they released the Sunset Collection last week, which yes, I bought...but that's another story!) I was very impressed with the collection so decided to do a quick review for you guys!



The first shade I tried was the minty green shade, 'Pole Position'. I don't have many green nail paints, so tried this shade first as something a bit different. It came out as a gorgeous shade, and is the perfect colour for spring! I love it! 



I am a bit of a pink princess, and this shade of baby pink, "Kiss Me Quick", is just divine. Similar to the colour of blossom, this is a spring shade like no other!



I have seen nail varnishes this sort of mushroom-y shade before, and they have seemed very dull and never appealed to me, but I really regret never trying them before! This shade, "Pit Stop", is very neutral and I think it looks quite classy.



My photography hasn't shown it very well, but this shade is actually purple, "Lap of Honor". It looks very nice when co ordinated with the pink and creates a really feminine look.



A sunny peach for the sunny weather, a shade perfect for SS15. "Stop The Clock" is a neutral shade that could be co ordinated with almost any colour outfit, which I think makes it really great. 



I adored this colour! A bright, sunny peach colour, "In A Heart Beat" is a gorgeous shade, more for summer than spring I feel. I don't have any polishes in this colour so I'm glad I can add this to my collection!


The orange is, again, sunny and bright, perfect for summer this year! "Full Throttle" is wonderful for brightening up any look. 



"Road Rage" is quite similar to the mint green and is a refreshing colour. Again, this is a colour like no other in my collection so I was very happy with this addition. 




Last in the collection (and I didn't know this one existed until after I bought the other eight!) is "Eat My Dust". A gorgeous dusty blue, that in some lights looks lilac, this is one of my favourite shades from the collection. 


All of the shades are so beautiful, and I don't dislike any of them. As a collective, they all have the theme of car racing, and have cute black and white checkered lids, and their names, in case you hadn't already guessed, all link to racing, which I think is really fun! They also live up to their promise, and do dry quickly, in about 60 seconds as long as the coat you apply isn't too thick. The brushes are also very wide, coating most of the nail in one go, so I am very impressed. Definitely a great collection for Spring this year! 

Have you tried this collection, and if not, will you be purchasing them? Let me know in the comments below!

Love from,
Florence Grace



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Fitness with Florence Grace #2

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Today is the first weigh in and measure in for my fitness journey! I haven't worked out as much as I had wanted to this week, but I have been on a couple of bike rides, including one on Friday, and yesterday I spent the day in London and burnt a massive 682 calories just from walking! I have still been cutting out my carbs, but cutting out bread is the hardest thing for me- I love it so much!

So, I was a little anxious to see my results this morning...but I was pleasantly surprised! I lost half an inch from my waist, and my desired 2 lbs!

Here is a reminder of where I started last week...

Start Weight: 11st 4lbs

Waist Measurement: 33 inches

Goal Weight: 10 stone

How much I want to lose a week: 2 lbs

Here is where I am now...

Current Weight: 11 st 2 lbs

Current Waist Measurement: 32.5 inches.

Weight left to lose: 1 stone 2 lbs 

I am so happy with this progress, especially when I didn't work my hardest this week! I am excited to see how next weeks results compare when I know I can work twice as hard this week! I will be happy if I lose half an inch off of my tummy each week, that will help me to reach my goal weight very quickly! How have you all done this last week?

Love from, 
Florence Grace 

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Fitness with Florence Grace #1

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So, here is my first update for fitness with Florence Grace...

Since Monday when I started, I have only managed to do my Tae Bo and 30 day shred level 1 circuit 1 routine for one day, which was Wednesday. However, on Tuesday I went for a very long, uphill walk, as well as a walk through some caves, and then on a bike ride in the evening (taking advantage of the extra light!), so I think that makes up for it a little!

(Let me just further explain my fitness routine...I did Tae Bo, and then injured myself doing the last two moves, which involves high kicks, so had to stop doing them. To make up for not doing the whole Tae Bo routine, I do circuit one from level one of the 30 day shred...I already saw my results improve in a shorter amount of time once I started doing the 3DS in addition, so I am happy with this routine!)

My food hasn't been particularly healthy or unhealthy, and my calories have been between 1,200 and 1,500 each day, which I am happy with, although I would like to keep to the lower end of that spectrum! I read about how bad carbs are for bloating and increasing the fat on your belly, so my next goal is to decrease my carb intake. This makes me cry a little, as they are my favourite food group! However, I have already started making this change, and today instead of having a sandwich for lunch, I had prawns...less calories and more filling, so it's a win win I think! Now to cut down on the rice...the pasta...the crisps...

I also read that fizzy drinks are especially bad for the stomach region, so I am definitely going to be reducing my intake of those. I usually drink water anyway, only drinking the odd coke when I'm out with friends, but now I will stick firmly with water.

I am going out for dinner with my friends tonight, so I may have a guilty splurge, BUT I shall try my hardest to be good! I will be working out afterwards!

My first weigh in and measuring is on Monday, and I hope to see some improvement! Fingers crossed hey. How have you all done so far? Let me know in the comments below, or keep track of people's progress using the hashtag #fitnesswithLFFG !

Love from,
Florence Grace
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Fitness with Florence Grace

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Those of you who know me or follow my social media sites will be aware that my body shape, health and weight is something I battle with on a daily basis. Sometimes I love my body, sometimes I hate it. I have been watching my mum's fitness journey for the last 9 months and watched her drop 3 or 4 dress sizes and gain a nice, flat tum...if that's not something to motivate me, I don't know what is!

At the start of the year, I participated in the #TakeBackWhatsYours challenge, and decided I wanted to take back my health. Whilst it kills me to think of the weight I could have lost between January and now, it's better to start late than not at all. I am going on holiday at the start of July so have 3 months to reach my goal weight. I have decided to document my fitness journey on my blog as a means of motivating myself, and hopefully helping and motivating others. Disclaimer: by no means am I a professional, so everything I talk about is purely things that I have found helpful to me. When working out and dieting please be safe and careful and do so in a healthy way. 

Start Weight: 11st 4lbs

Waist Measurement: 33 inches

Goal Weight: 10 stone

How much I want to lose a week: 2lbs

Before anyone has a moan about my goal weight or size, I am using an app called My Fitness Pal (I live by it, it's so helpful!) and when I registered my current weight and goal weight, it said 2lbs a week weight loss would help me to reach this goal.

My Fitness Pal has calculated that I should eat 1,200 calories a day. Even I am aware of what a low amount this is, so I am not too strict with it, and allow myself a maximum of 1,400 calories a day. My Fitness Pal is really useful, as it does more than just count calories, but also informs you of the other levels of fat, sugar, carbs etc. in all your food and drink. It also warns you if you're eating too little or too much, so it's a really handy and helpful app.

Exercise wise, I am taking inspiration from Katie Hopkins. I joined her "Fat Club" on facebook, where everybody aims to eat less and move more, doing 10,000 steps a day. Alongside this, I am doing a tae bo work out every day for 25 minutes and level one of Jillian Michaels 30 Day Shred every other day (this is because I did this before and found it very difficult, so am doing it a little less religiously this time).

I plan on documenting my progress every Monday and then either Thursday or Friday. Feel free to ask questions, leave tips or advice and if you're on your own journey, let me know!

Love from,
Florence Grace


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Death Row and criminal punishments: The Debate

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Some may call me small minded, naive or just plain evil, but I have always believed that the death penalty and the infamous Death Row were something that should be introduced in the UK. I firmly believed if you sexually abused anyone, especially children, abducted someone or took someones life, you deserved not to live a life of your own.

Of course, there is the strong opposing argument: we teach people that killing (along with various other crimes) is wrong by killing them- an action that is deemed illegal. Pretty nonsensical really. When I get involved in debates regarding the death penalty and Death Row, my mind is often torn when trying to reach a conclusion. Is sitting in a cell, with three meals a day and time to do luxurious things such as play pool and watch TV, really punishment enough for a criminal? Is rehabilitation really the way forward and does it really work? Or is Death Row the way forward? I can never settle 100% on one answer.


On April 3rd 2015, my opinions were altered dramatically. Anthony Ray Hinton was released from Death Row after nearly thirty years when charges against him were dismissed and Hinton became a free man. I was absolutely appalled at his story (which you can read in full here) and could not believe that someone had been held for nearly 3 decades for, ultimately, no reason. How disgusting! Immediately, I felt awful that I had always been so in favor of Death Row when it may be the case that not everyone being held there is guilty. Just how many times has this mistake been made? How many more times will it be made? How many innocent people are sat in a cell, awaiting death right now? The thought makes me shudder.

I have obviously now had second thoughts about Death Row, about how accurate it is and about how necessary and useful it is. If we can never be 100% sure about whether somebody committed a crime or not, what right do we have to send them to their death? If we aren't 100% sure that somebody committed a crime, why don't we just throw them into an ordinary prison? Millions of questions arise, most of them remain unanswered.

However, is an "ordinary prison" really punishment enough for some of the crimes that these people commit? With luxuries such as weekend release, sports equipment and TV's allowed, can that really be deemed as punishment enough for thieves, abusers, rapists, murderers? In my opinion, I think not.

I think that rehabilitation is a must for all criminals, regardless of how small or large their crime is regarded. However, I do not think that the more serious crimes, murder being the most obvious, are worthy of release. If you intentionally take someone's life, you do not deserve to lead a normal, free life. You don't deserve to live a normal life with your family and friends, go shopping and partying, snuggle in bed watching Netflix and acting as though you've done nothing wrong. Not only is it unjust towards the victim but it is unjust for their loved ones too...and who's to say a murderer, or any other kind of serious criminal, will commit again?

Whilst yes, a thief may commit again, that is nowhere near as serious as murder. In my opinion, it is safer for a thief to be released from prison than a murderer.

So in this case, should the more serious criminals be sent to Death Row, and eventually sent to their death? Or should they be left to an even worse fate- having to spend the rest of their lives living with what they have done, and, we would assume the guilt of what they have done? It is a question that I still battle over in my mind. Should we play God to those who feel they can play God themselves? If we do, who gets the part of ending one's life? Is that ethical? Yet if we don't, is an ordinary prison punishment enough? I continue to ask myself (and others!) these endless questions...I still find myself left with inconclusive answers.

Obviously, all of these views are my own personal and what could be regarded as "uneducated" opinions. However, everybody is entitled to an opinion and this is mine. I for one know that criminals can change and become better people- however, I am fortunate enough that the criminals I have worked with have never been very dangerous or serious ones. What should happen to the more serious criminals of the world? Do they deserve to lead a normal life, a life in a cell, or no life at all?

You tell me.

Love from,
Florence Grace

I am aware this is a controversial topic. No harm, insult or offense is purposely intended by this post. I am genuinely interested in people's opinions and thoughts, so please do leave yours below! Or get in touch using the links in the sidebar. 
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