Welcome back! It’s been almost two weeks since my last blog post, and I apologize for that. So much has been going on in my life lately, but I’m here with updates for you all! My blog challenge will continue where I left off, with a few extra posts scattered throughout.
Mother’s Day is a holiday where we celebrate the women we came from; who loved, raised, and taught us from the ground up. Whether you have a strong relationship with your biological mother or not, most of us have a woman, or women, that we look up to and celebrate today.
Happy Mother’s Day to all of you wonderful, strong, beautiful, exhausted women who do your absolute best to raise your babies, even after they’re old enough to do for themselves. Today is for, and about you!
Who else loves Netflix or Hulu? I’m a huge binger, honestly. I don’t pay for or use cable TV because I truly love Netflix and Hulu. Being able to watch an entire series from start to finish makes me so incredibly happy. With depression, it helps me break away from my reality at times, which I’m grateful for on most days.
None of us like the exact same things in life, and that’s perfectly OK. I’d like to share with you some of my favorite TV shows, and why. Each of them are different, but I love them all just the same.
Growing up, I was incredibly insecure about myself. Other girls were prettier, skinnier, had healthier skin, longer hair, designer clothes — I just didn’t measure up. Sometimes I still feel that way as an adult. It’s hard being a girl in our society, nonetheless.
Despite our insecurities, there is at least one thing that everyone loves about themselves. It could be a part of your body, your personality, your genetics, your ambitions, etc. Over time, it may even change.
For a portion of my life, I loved my facial features — lips, freckles, eyes, face shape, etc. Although that hasn’t changed too much, my favorite part of myself has definitely changed to something that I consider to be more valuable — my heart.
Everyone experiences moments of happiness, whether it comes from someone you love, something that you enjoy, or something else. Happiness is beautiful on everyone, and we should all seek out positive ways to feel immensely happy.
As with any emotion, happiness is temporary — it comes and goes. It is a remarkable feeling, and can do wonderful things for our physical and mental health. When you experience extreme low’s like I do, it feels even more surreal when you feel pure joy. I’m going to share with you 5 things that make me happy, even though there are many, many more.
Whether or not you choose to admit it, we all have fears of some kind. It doesn’t have to be the common fear of darkness, snakes, clowns, or something of that nature, but we are all afraid of something.
In today’s challenge, I’m here to share with you 3 legitimate fears that I have. There are more than 3, but I figured that I would share a few of my top fears. Do not judge me because we all fear things differently, but I chose to discuss these for a reason. So, here we go.