Late Night Thoughts

You learn to keep your problems to yourself because in reality most people sincerely do not care. It’s a shame that we live in a world where no one cares about anything. I promise, people care about you. Teach yourself to stop letting people and situations upset you. You’ll have days where you don’t even know…

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How To Fall In Love With Yourself

Do you ever have micro moments where you dislike yourself? Or feel like you could be doing better? Many may think that self-love is a vane, however I beg to differ. It’s a way to stay sane in a world that constantly tells you to hate yourself. It’s necessary to take care of yourself and make it your number one priority. And remember that it’s no one’s job to like you other than your own.

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Mental Health Interview with Nonalcoholicstudent

Good Morning Loves, Today, I wanted to introduce to you Robert, a fellow blogger and admirable human being. If you have not checked out his work yet, then please do! I promise, you will not regret it! Over the course of the last couples of weeks Robert and I have conducted an interview discussing the…

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10 Money Saving Tips

Some of the wealthiest people are far from content with their lives, while those that are far from wealthy are the most joyful. How ironic? Money truly doesn’t buy happiness. It’s a means of survival and helps pay the bills though. Teach yourself to live within your means. Once you learn to be happy with…

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6 Self-Care Rituals I Do To De-Stress

Do you ever realize patterns in yourself or get a premonition that something might happen again? Sometimes, the worst place you can be is in your own head. Whenever I notice myself feeling even the least bit negative, uncertain, or unhappy I find ways to knock myself out of it. Here are a few tips…

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Student Struggles by Kayleigh Rose

  College, or university as we’d say in the UK, usually brings independence, amazing memories and success- but with that comes challenges, stress and, quite often, disruptions to our mental health. In research studies, it states that 27% of students report having a mental health problem during their studies- with this being more prevalent in…

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