Mia Ashcroft- What about her?

I have thousands of questions that no one can answer, which frustrates me on a daily basis.

I question and over-think everything, to be inquisitive is a quality, but for me it’s slightly excessive. I love music, clothes and people.

I have an amazing family and am very lucky to have them. I’ll write about them one day.

I’m not brilliant with money, I’m always skint and usually tired.

I just passed my driving test. 

I'm outspoken and hold no prisoners.

I’m driven by personal success but give things up really quickly if I don’t see immediate results - my huge downfall.

I grew up in a town, a small hippy town. This article is perfect; Stroud, who wants to be stared at by a bunch of inbreds?. As much as I slag it off, I’d still like to bring children up here, eventually. It’s full of markets, amazing foods and the views are unbeatable.

I'll wear anything baggy that doesn’t cling to my body. I’m slowly growing out of street-wear and my style has become slightly more womanly? Errr maybe? 

I spend most of my time worrying. When I’m anxious I’m quiet and keep myself to myself but it’s been known people get the impression I dislike them, it’s not that, I promise. I 100% have “a resting bitch-face”.

I love psychological dramas and stoner comedies (Seth Rogan, James Franco, Jonah Hill etc). Adam Sandler and Kevin Hart are favourites too.

I was bullied through childhood for being thin but I eat like a horse. I eat and eat and eat. I grew up being asked if I eat enough or asked if I want feeding but I have high-metabolism. No-one would ask if an obese person if they at too much or as why they are so fat so why should a thin person? Anyway, I'm not too bothered about that anymore, no-body is perfect and I’m happy with who I am now.

My plan was to dance around the world and settle as a practitioner. I would now like to become a creative director and work my way up the ladder. 1 year of Uni was enough for me...

Music is the most influential thing in the world for me. I got into music properly at around 14 when I discovered dubstep ; Cookie Monster – Ginger Pubes and  Caspa and Rusko – Custard Chuckers are two that stand out, embarrassingly. From Dubstep I kind of got into Grime; Kozzie – YEAH  whilst also discovering Devilman then getting older I discovered Jaykae, Kamakaze and Remtrex. Around this time I also uncovered my love for UK Hip-hop; High Focus Inc Fliptrix, The Four Owls, Jam Baxter, etc. Dubstep got me into Liquid drum and bass and from there came Jump-up. Jump-up was my favourite genre for years alongside Bassline whereas now I’ve steered much more into hip-hop and back to liquid drum and bass. I also still love old-skool Rnb (R.kelly, Cassie and the obvious Sean Paul). So my music taste is broad. 

In 2016 I wrote a blog about Jorja Smith blowing up, and she has! (just saying)

I have mint-sauce on everything and my favourite colour is Dark Green/Lepoard Print (is that a colour? no).

I love Motion, design and roast dinners.