As an optimistic person by nature, I love to believe that the world is always full of happiness. Unfortunately, this isn’t true all the time. There are times when we get dealt a bad hand and have rough days or bad experiences and there is nothing we can do about it. What we can do though, is figure out how to deal with these negative experiences. These are my 10 tips/ways of dealing with negative experiences – hope you enjoy xx
Many people enjoy Valentine’s Day and spend weeks waiting in anticipation for it to arrive. However, not everyone has this same feeling of joy when it comes to this grotesque holiday of love. Many people, in fact, think that Valentine’s Day is a waste of time and money and that the holiday is completely overdone. So are these cynics right or is there more to the holiday than these negative viewpoints? You’ll have to keep reading if you want to find out more xx
Everywhere you look on February 14th, love just seems to be in the air. What if you don’t happen to have a significant other? What if you are single on Valentine’s day? Well, what if I told you that it is not so bad to be single on Valentine’s day and that their are plenty of ways to enjoy the day without having a partner? Don’t believe me? I guess you’ll have to keep reading to find out more xx
Every year when the calendar starts dwindling in the final days of December, we all start thinking of how we will challenge ourselves when January first rolls around. When we begin a year fresh, we are filled with goals and ambitions. Here is the problem that I seem to find though, and I’m sure that I am not the only one: by the time January is over and either work, school, or university has begun, those goals we set seem to be nothing but a distant memory. However, I have a slightly different approach and attitude towards this and this is the year to stop ditching your goals in the first weeks of January and make 2019 your year!