Posts in Happiness
How To Let Go Of Pain from Past Relationships

We all have those people that we don’t speak to any more and we can hold onto the emotions of the end of that relationship months or even years on. This goes for romantic relationships and friendships no matter how they ended. I have never had a big blow-up of a friendship or a relationship however I can still carry regret, guilt and shame with me to this day from those that have ended. Now though, I have come a long way to being more at peace with the end of these relationships. Here is how I have moved on.

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What I Did To Finally Make Myself Feel Happier

Depression sucks and I know how hard it is to help raise yourself up but I have done it and I think anyone else can if they have the drive in them to want to change. As well as seeking medical help, here are some of the things that I did (or stopped doing) that helped me start to get out of the depressive haze and back into my light again. I still have down days or weeks but often I notice that it’s because I haven’t stuck to one of the following, when I am back in line with each of these again I feel so much better. So here is how to make yourself feel happier.

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How To Find Connection When You Don't Have Friends

If, like me, you consider yourself to be a bit of a loner or you do have friends but they just don’t seem to get you on that deeper level then you may be craving some connection with others. That connection that allows you to be vulnerable and share your dreams and weaknesses. Here is how you can find that connection.

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How To Be Creative When You Don't Know What to Create

I never thought of myself as a creative person. I always thought of myself as more logical. I was never particularly good at art, nor skilled in any instrument, I was an average writer and I certainly never made anything for someone that would be good enough to sell or even gift. But what I have realised recently is that I am a creative. I do love creating things, so what was it that held me back for so long and made me think that I wasn’t? Maybe it was down to the fact that I didn’t have this clear cut creative outlet that I though you were supposed to have. Any way, here is how to be creative when you don’t know what to create.

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How To Cure Fear (Without Giving Up)

After reading Melissa Ambrosini’s book Mastering Your Mean Girl (buy it here.) I very much believe that everything we do in life is through love or fear. Now I don’t want to get too deep into this so definitely read her book if you want to learn more on this concept. But it opened my eyes about how many things I do, or don’t do because of fear. My word of the year for 2019 is Brave and because of this I wanted to get deeper into how I am now looking at fear and the cure I have found for it. So keep reading to find out how to cure fear.

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Why Time-Keeping is Important to Succeed (& Be Taken Seriously)

I work in an office and every morning I ensure that I get into the office before my start time. Partly because I like to take some time to chill and get updated on the news before I start working but also because I want to make a good impression. I find it so irritating when I see people rocking up five minutes past, even twenty minutes pas their start time every single day. Some of these people will often stay late however I don’t think it is fair to pick and choose your working hours just because your start time wasn’t a priority for you.

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Imposter Syndrome (Why It's Ok and How To Move Past It)

Today I wanted to share my thoughts on imposter syndrome. I have heard a lot of people discussing this lately and it looks like it is a common theme among entrepeneurs and women just trying to develop themselves. If you don’t know, Imposter Syndrome is that feeling when you feel like you aren’t good enough, like you aren’t qualified enough to help people. Jodie Foster once said, “‘When I won the Oscar, I thought it was a fluke. I thought everybody would find out, and they’d take it back.”. This shows that even when we are recognised for our achievements we can feel like a mistake has been made or we are not worthy. Even celebrities!

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Why You Need to Reward Yourself (Even For The Little Things)

We are the first ones to beat ourselves up if we make a mistake. Even a tiny mistake. But what do we do when we hit our little wins? Well sometimes, we beat ourselves up still because maybe we didn’t think the win was good enough and we should have achieved more, but at the very most, we just move forward onto the next stepping stone towards our goal. We don’t allow ourselves to feel good about this little victory before heading onto the next. I think it is about time that we reward ourselves for even the smallest things, here is why.

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5 Perfect Self-Development Presents For Your Bestie This Christmas (All Under $30)

So Christmas is fast approaching and I don’t know about you but I have been scratching my head for some time on what to get for those I love. I decided to do a little research on some of the things that I would love for christmas and thought I would share with you the ideas. All of these gifts are just perfect for the girl who is just starting her self-development or has been working on her self-growth for years.

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Self-Care Ideas for The Colder Months

The nights are getting darker and the temperature is drastically dropping. Sometimes this time of year can cause us to feel more down than usual. When we go through the transition from a warm, bright summer to a dark, cold winter we can almost mourn the loss of the sun. So now is the perfect time to start working on your self-care. Here are a few ways you can set some time aside in the winter months to look after yourself.

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