We live in a world full of judgemental people. People who judge others on what they do, what they say, how they dress, how they act… No matter where in the world you are, there will always be somebody who has something judgemental to say.
The biggest problem is that there is only a small minority of people, out of the billions of people in the world, that actually don’t care what others think. Obviously, as its the whole population of the world, that is still billions of people, but compared to the people who take the criticisms to heart, it is not very many.
So I thought I would share with you 15 favourites of mine today, to give you guys a chance to know a bit more about me 🙂 Enjoy!
1) Favourite Colour
I have three favourite colours – pink, purple and blue. If you walk into my bedroom, they are the colours you will see everywhere!
2) Favourite Vacation
My favourite holiday of all time was when I went to Florida. I have been three times now, and time seemed to go far too quickly whilst I was out there. Florida is the only place I have been to abroad, outside of the UK, but I hope to visit more places abroad in the future!
3) Favourite Time of Year
This one is kind of tricky. I don’t have a problem with any time of year, but it’s probably a toss up between summer and winter. I love those summer nights where you can go for nice long walks in a dress, or shorts/skirts and a t-shirt. The sound of the birds singing and the smell of BBQ’s … It’s such a beautiful time of year. Winter, however – I love those cwtchy nights in where you can cuddle up with a hot water bottle and your duvet, drinking hot chocolate and watching movies. 🙂
Trying to convince yourself that everything is going to be okay can be pretty tough sometimes. No matter how many times I say it over in my head, I never believe it.
Everybody has their own personal way of dealing with things, but sometimes it can be much harder for some than others. I’ve recently been given some advice though, that you should write down things to try and convince yourself that everything is going to be okay and to stay positive. I’m not sure if it will definitely work, but there’s no harm in trying, right?
This is one of my favourite quotes. Whenever I am sat thinking about things and getting myself down, I sit and read this quote over and over. It is true – thinking just causes more problems than before.
Staring at myself in the mirror, I feel confused. Who am I?
I see a pretty, confident girl with a sweet smile brightening up her face. Her eyes are sparkling as if happiness is all around… As if life was perfect. Her long, brunette hair hung down the side of her face and down her back. She stood confidently admiring her posture and figure in the mirror, smiling with glee at the beautiful sight in front of her.
I closed my eyes… and re-opened them.
She was gone. That sweet smile that still grinned back at me looked fake and the sparkling eyes were not those of happiness, but those of fear.. of tears. Her long hair still hung around her face, but this time it was clear that she was trying to hide behind her brunette locks. Scanning myself up and down in the mirror, I saw a scared, vulnerable girl who was confused about who she was.
“You need to be like this.. you need to be like that..”, the words of the past haunted her. Who were they to tell me how to live my life? So what if I don’t look how I should. What happened to accepting people for who they truly are, rather than trying to turn them into someone they should be.. someone who they aren’t?
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