There are 3 things in people that I don’t get along with;
1. People who are always putting others down/being negative towards others
These people just spread negativity and not only do they make others feel bad, they most likely feel sad themselves. Don’t spread negativity people! We should support each other and help each other out! Love thy neighbour!
2. People who always complain about everything
It’s fine to be frustrated sometimes and have a rant, but it’s an entirely different thing if you are always complaining about other people/things. We need to be more open, accepting and forgive others. Think before you complain- do you do the same things you are complaining about? Will you complaining really help or are you doing it to piss people off?
3. People who always blame other people/other things instead of taking responsibility.
Life is what you make it, stop making excuses for why your life is going wrong and act on it to put it right.
Last week I posted the reasons why I sometimes wished I was a guy. This week, just in case some of you thought I was preparing for a sex change, I thought I would post some reasons why I’m very happy and content with being a girl. XD
Yes, that’s right.
Sometimes I do feel like being a guy is easier than being a girl- don’t you think so too?
This is my video for Bubzbeauty’s Guilty confessions tag – what are your guilty confessions?
Most people know that I am very close with my family and that I talk about them on my vlog and blog quite often.
I have recently been quite stressed because of various things and it’s been piling up quite a bit so this month I’ve been a bit of a nightmare to live with. However, my dad is still as kind and supportive as always and so I just had to share this post and chat about the 2 most important people in my life! My parents are most definitely the 2 most important people in my life and the people I love the most in this world.
Who are the 2 most important people in your life?
So, I’m one of those people that always focuses on the things I don’t like about myself and I let those negative thoughts overwhelm me.
I look in the mirror and I don’t like what I see. Big shoulders, small chest, no shape, big thighs, bulky calves, short stumpy legs, the list goes on and on.
I let my life be dominated by all the things I hate about myself and forget that for everything I hate about myself, there is something that is good about me too.
The more I look at the bad, the less I think of the good and this obviously isn’t good for my confidence. If I can’t learn to love me for who I am, how can I hold my head up high and let others see me for me?
I am trying to forget those flaws now, and just focus on the things I do like about myself.
I like my eyes, I used to wear circle lenses, but I’ve noticed that I get more compliments when I don’t wear circle lenses than when I do.
I’m quite slim too, I always want to be slimmer and skinnier, but I’m actually already pretty slim. If I did try to lose any more weight I would actually be underweight.
So heres to me being positive about myself and not dwelling on the things that I can’t change. This is me and it’s not so bad.
I encourage you to start looking positive too! 🙂 This is what god/our family gave us so let’s start appreciating what we’ve got and be more confident with ourselves! 🙂
As it is my 22nd birthday today, I did a video this weekend to talk about some of the things I have learnt since I turned 20.. It’s OK to say No! – As someone that tries to be a ‘people pleaser’, I rarely say no. I always want to seem as if I’m keen… Continue reading Things I learnt in my 20s!