Today was the day I had to read this on my twelve year old Cousins Instagram feed and it broke my heart;
“Be somebody who makes everyone feel like a somebody”
Recently i have gotten back art and it has been a complete total shock. Continue reading “Art Inspiration.”
In my blog post about being spontaneous (my half-marathon) I was talking about being organized. To many, like me, that concept just goes straight over our heads and is a confusing mess we’d rather not deal with. Sound familiar? Continue reading “Can we be Organized and Spontaneous?”
“There’s nothing so dangerous as a headstrong girl who knows her own mind.” – Mary Yellan
Relationships. In high school they are like a gold mine for gossip because for some reason everyone seems to be looking for love. Me on the other hand, no. Just like a lot of girls, i too have had one or two middle school “loves” which generally lasted for around a week or the amount of time you went on a school trip. Continue reading “Why I don’t want a relationship.”
Last Monday, one of my best friends – let’s call him Rob- came into school with a head tic.
At the time me and my friends thought it was trapped nerve Continue reading “Watching Tourettes Devlop”
I wish I could say that I was one of those people who likes to arrange things as they go but in all honesty I love being organised and planning things in advance. Yes, there are so many great benefits of planning but when some amazing opportunities are sprung in you, it’s a bit of a shock and you tend to say no. At school we are taught how to be organised but some of the best experiences tend to be Spontaneous. Sometimes, I think to myself; when did we get so scared of the unknown?
So today I did a half MARATHON
BEAUTY STANDARDS. Since I’m going back to school tomorrow it often makes me wonder why we are so influenced to look quite certain way by the media and our peers. Many teens these days are expected to have thick, luscious eyebrows and large, pouty lips when really that’s only the 1% of the people you know in real life. Continue reading “Appearance.”