Have you ever stopped to think about what your biggest aspiration is? My answer is simple. My biggest aspiration is to be happy. Fulfilling that is about not letting others get in the way of your happiness.
Small gestures help me to get through a lot of things. I’ve been worrying again. Mostly about the little things in the future.
I entered into this world early. To the point that the people around me were always the ones setting goals for me.
I speak about three important people in my life quite frequently on my blog so I thought that I would give them the chance to talk. These three people are my mum, best friend, and boyfriend. They are all my best friends in different ways so I thought I would ask them some questions.
Earlier this week I asked you what your favourite thing is about your relationship. On a funny to serious level, the answers ranged from having someone to moan at, to their partner knowing the worst things about things about them and still loving them.
To have become an auntie and a godmother at the age of sixteen is one of the most special things. And I’ll hold the feeling in my heart forever.
It is both essential and mindful to consider the following four things that you cannot force into your life. Sometimes we need to take a step back, relax, and realise what’s in front of us. It can be a tendency for some people to lose their trade of thought, their personality and their pure image.
Why do you worry? Dwelling on the past is not a good thing. However reflecting on the past and seeing how you have overcome similar situations and is a positive thing. I like to see it that way – finding something good out of an experience.
Seven months ago I wrote a post about my learning experiences of my twenty-one year old self. Now that I turned twenty-two four months ago, I thought that a follow-up post was well overdue. This is all about why scars are special. I am currently as happy I was those months ago. I am proud …
Remember when you were a child. You couldn’t understand why you were always told, ‘It’s complicated’ during particular family situations. For example, when your parents argued. You did not understand why everything would go back to normal within a click of your fingers. You were ‘too young’ to understand why people fight or argue.
Think about your current relationship. What were your first impressions when meeting your partner? Danny was in the year above me at the same primary school. We did not know each other inside out as we do now. But my first impressions were, he’s the boy I can never have. It was not until before …
I told you I had a surprise for Danny. On 23 June 2016, (the day of voting for the EU referendum in the UK) I flew out to Portugal with my boyfriend Danny. We were excited to travel to Portugal and spend a whole week together in the sunshine.