I remember as a kid I was constantly making things. One thing I used to do was make these little ‘books’. It was pretty damn cute – I’d take a notebook and fill it with stories about adventures these crazy little characters would have, with drawings to accompany every other page. I was fascinated by… Continue reading Who Do You Want to be?
This is inspired by Two Different World’s who posts 10 Happy Things each week. Trying to be more grateful for what I do have rather than what I don’t and being more aware of the things that really matter is very important to me. I keep a Gratitude Journal – I just jot down five… Continue reading Fairylights and Memories (Little Things #1)
Hey guys, Happy bank holiday Monday! My boyfriend’s going to the cinema and my parents have gone out for a few drinks with friends, meanwhile I’m sat at home ill with exciting plans to stay in bed for most of the day. I think I’ve enjoyed myself far too much this week so the universe… Continue reading Bank Holiday
Hey guys, So I saw this post and because I’m obsessed with personal development yet also the most unmotivated little shit ever I thought I’d do my own So without further ado here’s my 20 Before 20 Challenge: 1. Go mountain hiking Where I live the Lake District is so nearby, and along with it… Continue reading 20 Things To Do Before You Turn 20
Today was another small step forward. I’ve been affected by various mental illnesses for a long time now, some for as long as I can remember and others that cropped up over the start of my teens around when my parents split up. I’m not going to go into detail in this post but basically I have very erratic emotions and thoughts which results in intense bouts of intensely low mood but also highs. It’s plain confusing and so mentally exhausting. Sometimes I feel so drained that I’m left being the emotional equivalent of a cabbage. I’ve had a lot of doctors appointments over the years, the majority of which resulted in nothing really being done and being told it was ‘probably just because I was a teenager’.
It’s hard to start. People often say ‘starting is the easy part’ and that committing is where it gets difficult. That’s why people don’t stick to diets, regular exercise, even relationships. But you can’t carry on doing something if you haven’t even begun. And finding the courage to start something new can be tough. I’ve wanted to start a blog for years now but I’ve always managed to pussy out of it because ‘I don’t have the time’ and ‘no one will read it anyway’. But mostly because I’m a lazy shit. Because sometimes no matter how much I tell myself things like ‘there’s no time like the present’ and ‘if you don’t start now, you never will’ and ‘remember what Shia LaBeouf taught you’ I just won’t get round to doing it.