I haven’t particularly been hush hush about how much I love to write, how much I love my blog and how much fun I have with it. However, what I have kept quiet about are the days that my blog makes me feel a little bit down, the days I feel a bit run down. Read more
I’ve spoken earlier on this month on how Instagram affected my every day life, but I didn’t touch on how I feel about my every day life. With social media being at its peak, everyone is posting and everyone is browsing, it’s easy to find yourself wrapped up in a wormhole of “I wish that was my life,” but I think it’s just as easy to find happiness in your own life, and your own every day routine.
I’m the kind of person who always has a plan in my mind, I like things to go exactly as I’ve envisioned them going and I love to have every step laid out. Of course, when the unexpected comes into play, my plans are ruined and it will destroy my mood for the day. Well, it used to anyway. A lot has gone on over the past twelve or so months that I’d say weren’t in my plans. A lot of big events for me were unexpected whether they’ve been good or bad. I’ve been learning to embrace it.
Something that I’ve been working a lot on this year already has been my Instagram feed, and how I use Instagram to interact and engage with my audience. When you’re new to using Instagram as a tool rather than a social media platform, it can seem a little bit like mission impossible. But fear not! I’m here to provide you with some handy tips that helped me up my Insta-game. Read more
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what my goals are, my main goal in life and how I want to get there. Before I started thinking about this more seriously, I already knew what I wanted, and I think to some extent, we all know – but planning can help the process move along a little bit and is a great way to motivate yourself a little bit as well. Read more
Something that I love to do, is lounge around in my pyjamas. As soon as I get home from work, the first thing that I do is take my day clothes off and put my night clothes on. I love pyjamas. So, since I’m always wearing them it only feels right to invest in some. Buy a set that will last me for a long time, so I chose Ted Baker. Read more
Blogging has become quite the hobby for thousands of young men and women, and I’m seeing more lately luxe staples being cemented into what is needed to be a blogger, we all know that Gucci belt, and those tinted Ray Bans everyone is wearing. But don’t be fooled, we don’t need them to be bloggers. Read more
I feel like over the past few years there’s been a shift in the way we’re supposed to view the world. “Just say Yes” is all over the place, people are telling you to make the jump and say yes to doing things even if you don’t feel ready, because impulse is important! I disagree. Read more
What I wanted to name this post was, “Why constructive criticism is important and why we should learn to take it well.” Since I’ve always been someone that is open to learning from where others think that I can improve, but only when it comes from a genuine place and it is constructive, and not just unwarranted criticism for the sake of it.