Being Single

*Disclaimer: There is absolutely nothing wrong with being single, you live your life the exact way you want to live it and feel exactly what you want to feel* Out of a group of friends of mine, I am the only one to have never been in a long-term or serious relationship. I know they won’t question more into it because they know that I am a rather private person. But I know they wonder, how can you be a 19-year-old and not have been in a relationship yet? Most people would jump to the conclusion that its because I … Continue reading Being Single

The Idea of a Perfect Life

I believe that no one can ever achieve a perfect life, but we have perfect moments. But this is where it becomes a personal matter, since perfection is not something that is attainable, and it differs from person to person. But whatever you might think is perfect, I can tell you that the idea of a perfect life is false. No matter how many celebrities you claim to have a perfect life, even Beyoncé doesn’t live a perfect life. Life was never meant to be perfect, it was always meant to challenge you, change you, make you think, push the … Continue reading The Idea of a Perfect Life

How to Balance It All

I am by no means an expert when it comes to balancing things and people in life because honestly, I rarely have days where I can successfully balance it all. So, you might be questioning, why is this random person (aka me) going to give me advice on how to balance life, if she can’t balance her own life? And to that, I say, true, very true, but I have learned a thing or two about balancing life. You see the way to balance life, is not to balance life. Completely contradictory, and extremely confusing, I know! But hear me … Continue reading How to Balance It All

Sunday Night Routine

Sunday nights… I wish they could be as perfect as books make them seem, but unfortunately, they are filled with a sudden panic and trying to scramble everything together for the week ahead. I used to be exactly like this, and honestly some weeks I still am like this, but I have learned how to change that habit. What I love to do now is that on Sunday nights, I essentially get my life together! Today I am going to share with you all just what exactly goes into my Sunday night routine, and how it sets me off on … Continue reading Sunday Night Routine

18 Things I have Learned in 18 Years

It’s my birthday in a few days, which means I have been doing a lot of reflecting. Reflecting on my life in general, who I am as a person, the goals I want to accomplish, this blog… basically a lot of things. So I thought I would share 18 things I have learned in the past 18 years (let’s get real it took me forever to learn these lessons, so let’s say in the last 5 years…), here they are! You’ll break your own heart sometimes. Relationships take a lot of work. You have to earn what you want. Always … Continue reading 18 Things I have Learned in 18 Years

5 Things I Learnt This Summer- 2017

The end of summer is fast approaching, or maybe it has already ended for you. The end of summer usually is marked with the month of August, or back-to-school commercials, and preparations for the new chapter of your life that is awaiting you. We eat our last ice creams outside, on a gorgeous summer night with the sun setting in a way it only does in the summer. Whil trying to bottle up as much of that summer feeling as we possibly can. Like every year, I am eager and excited to start the next school year. In a matter … Continue reading 5 Things I Learnt This Summer- 2017

Distractions

If you are anything like me, then you probably do everything in your power to avoid thinking about the harder issues that fill every aspect of our lives. Sometimes we find distractions randomly, and unexpectedly;Other times we methodically think and plan a distraction. Thinking about the hard questions we need ask ourselves, or the talks we need to have with ourselves, is a lot scarier and harder to do, than distracting ourselves from it. But there will come a time when the distractions will end, or become frequent, and you won’t be as busy. And you won’t find another one … Continue reading Distractions