a reminder to slow down and take time for yourself through crazy times
To escape the upcoming storm, we headed to a small restaurant. There, they told me about the band’s story, their inspirations, and their future projects.
A look into the vulnerable moments captured by the eye of the sixties
tips, tricks, and lessons learned while backpacking through Europe
Someone needs to be talking about it, but right now these are all the words we can find.
An honest perspective on the realities and wonders of studying abroad.
If you ever feel like the world is against you, remember that somewhere in France, there is a girl who supports you. You are worth it. I swear.
I felt like a little kid, smiling foolishly every time I peered through my window, watching as humidity crystallized into tiny snowflakes.
To be honest with you, the first days of 2017 have been quite tough on me. I tried really hard to remain positive, to refocus myself, to set new goals… But it was hard for to focus on the positive things in my life. It was like I couldn’t see them, even when they were right in front of me. I found myself suffering from panic attacks… in short, I wasn’t in a good headspace. I needed to calm down, to breath, and to attempt to get my life back together. One night, I randomly thought of the “365 days of gratitude” @jiliciousjourney has been doing on Instagram since the beginning of 2016. Without thinking twice, I grabbed a notebook a wrote “21 Days of Gratitude: Day 1/21”. I had nothing to lose. People say it takes 21 days to start a habit, so I thought that maybe after those 21 days of recording what I was grateful for, I would have my positivity back. Every day I try to write down all the things …
For the last few years, open-mindedness has become all the rage, “hype”, fashionable, and something everyone wants to be – or at least appear to be. All over social media, people are presenting themselves as accepting, open to everyone + everything. I’ve met so many people claiming to be open-minded. It’s a quality we all aspire to have. But on touchy topics, like political conflicts, veganism, or even art, a few of us are actually willing to listen to people with opposing views and opinions. When I realized that, I asked myself : am I really open-minded ? I started to think about it, and to question what “open-mindedness” really is. I went to google and searched for the official definition : “Willing to consider ideas or opinions that are new or different to your own” We all have things we disagree with, but it’s the way we respond to those things are what makes us open minded or not. I’ve always considered myself as open minded. But now when I will disagree with something, …