I'm so sorry to hear that, I hope you feel better soon.Niomi's so dumb. I had covid during Christmas and it fucked me up big time. I can run max 1,5km now and after that I have to slow down and walk like a snail because I cannot physically walk faster and breathe. Bear in mind I am the youngest in my household, most active and got the worst issues. I don't know what she'd do if she got it since yoga is her life maybe she'd finally got some sense in her head.
Imagining it's joey / dettol daddy before her. Sorry - manifesting.ugggggh it kills me when she kisses the air at the end of her instastories. Nimbobs please stop, it's so awkward
So sorry to hear about your covid19, @romansalad i really hope you keep getting stronger everyday. Don't push it too muchI'm so sorry to hear that, I hope you feel better soon.
R.e Niomi, she's the type that if she caught Covid, she'd think a herbal tea and bending herself into weird positions would cure her.
Look at the comments on it! One of the reasons these influencers live in a bubble and think they’re the shit. They love posting such meaningless crap to massage their egos while in reality all she really is, is a girl sitting on her phone 24/7 posting mop ads for a living. People need to stop glorifying them
That's such an unflattering angle... her ribs are jutting out like a second set of boobs?!
Oh please. Yes, boundaries are important, but it seems to me that if anyone should have established stronger boundaries, it was Joe. God knows how he put up with being at her every beck and call for four years, constant IG photo ops, and getting left behind after injuring himself on a run that he only went on to please her. I can't with this girl, that breakup has left her with such a persecution complex. She should be taking notes on how to respect other peoples' boundaries if anything.
What is that caption? What does she know about putting others first?!
maybe she ran out of the journal space, she said she writes all her thoughts as it's self journeyDimbobs as delusional as ever. I think someone has said this before but I'm sure she surrounds herself with yes people. Yes you looking pahhhfect in that picture, that caption is just amazing! If I wrote something like that you can bet my friends would pull me up on it. My boyfriend would pee himself laughing at me.
I know what you mean, on the other hand, Glameramo has just bought a house so taking pics of Niomi looking like she has a huuge headache probably isn't so bad, at least money-wiseThat's such an unflattering angle... her ribs are jutting out like a second set of boobs?!
Can you imagine if you were a photographer, dreaming of doing wildlife shoots or taking meaningful shots of current events... and you end up snapping an influencer throwing their back out in their living room? She looks SO awkward. And all this for the sole purpose of sticking it up online and writing a cringy caption attempting to give life coach style advice
I cannot stand these meaningless rants of hers anymore. She takes these buzzwords or catch phrases (eg, "self-care/self-love/self-worth," "boundaries," "putting yourself first," "right path") and then rehashes them to death, but it never fails to remain incredibly hollow and surface-level. She does the same with the whole plant-based/environment thing and words like "sustainable," "ethical," "eco-friendly." It's like she thinks if she says these words often enough, people will believe she's deep and knows what she's talking about. In reality it is painfully clear that she's just hiding behind these notions but doesn't have anything of substance to say and doesn't have a deep understanding of what they actually implicate. It honestly amazes me how long she manages to talk (out loud in videos, or in written form in her captions) yet say nothing at all? It's just the same vague 'advice' she goes on about, every single time.
Someone please tell me what is "fierce" or "inspirational" about a white, conventionally attractive woman who grew up rich in £1M mansion in the English countryside, was privately educated but achieved mediocre to low results at school, was handed a social media career on a silver plate by her high school sweetheart (whom had done the initial work of making himself known on the internet), now makes hundreds of thousands of pounds every year by selling her audience mops and gimmicky skincare, gets gifted free goods/services/trips on a daily basis, and whose idea of stressful/hard work is something that requires 45 minutes spent on her computer?Idk about you all, but Delusional Dimbobs is definitely not who I think of as a “fierce woman”