Friday, 7 April 2017

Advice every teen should know.

-Treat others how you'd like to be treated yourself-
You'll never know what a person is feeling and how hard it is to get bullied and it can only lead to tears unless you treat people kindly.

-Crying doesn't make you weak-
You'll prob laugh about what you're crying about in 5 years. IDK about death...but It'll not seem as bad though.

-Respect your parents or whoever looks after you-
You'll need them in later life and show you're thankful.(plus you'd be parents one day)

-The only person you can truly trust is yourself-
Friends and family do let you down at times. Don't run to someone because you think it's easier, u'd be used and let down.

-Start loving yourself-
Only you can change you, if a bf or gf is trying to change you so much you don't feel you anymore, let them go. A true lover will love you for being yourself.

-Work hard at school-
At least to the point you pass exams. It will benefit you in life and easier to pass them when your young than years later.

-Don't party your dreams away-
Say you want to have a successful job in life, well it's not easy to get to the top if you party as much as you can. Balance school and social life. School should come first. If you got a big test coming up but, your friend invited you to a party...don't be shy to say "no I should study instead".
Always another party , but not really another exam.

-Life is too short to fret-
If you like a guy just tell him, the moment will otherwise pass and you'll never know if he likes you back....Pick friends wisely as if they give you too much grieve find new people to hang with.

-Create your own style-
Don't have to wear what your friends wear to fit in.
A true friend will like you wherever you go and whatever you wear. Wear clothes that suit you and not your social life.

Saturday, 3 October 2015

polyvore tip

Saturday, 25 April 2015

Rule number 1 of life

Rule #1 of life: Don't take life too seriously and base/judge your life based on other peoples.

This means have as much fun in life as you can. It's ok to do different things to people you know. It's great to go down your own path of happiness. 

Basing your life on what other people achieve and set out to live their life isn't healthy.
Thinking something on lines of "What has [insert name here] got that I don't to be able to get an amazing husband/partner", it's only going to make you feel bad.

Life is there to have fun with and enjoy. Not living in somebody else's shoes e.g. mother saying she wants you to do a profession like doctor. (a high up job when you rather be a singer for example).

Push yourself to achieve goals yes, but don't get angry or sad when you fail on hurdle. Many more hurdles to over come in years to come. No point fretting. No point wasting time crying about not succeeding at one path. Simply dust yourself down and either try again or try a different path.

Friday, 6 February 2015

I could really use a wish right now.

I wish, I wish, I wish

How many times have we wished something to change but nothing happened?

How many times have we made a wish and done nothing ourselves to get the wish?

How many times have you wished and it came true?

If you wish something to change  don't you have to do something about it.
Like you have to buy a lottery ticket to win the lottery.

Keep trying different things and eventually you'll get to where you want to be.
A wish can give you hope for the future and keep you dreaming of better things. It wont make sadness go away but, keep you souring on for better future.