Over the past few months I noticed how easily irritated I had been getting, causing me to cut a lot of people out of my life (the amount of numbers I have blocked recently is wild smh). So I decided to take time to think about this and questioned why my mental health is getting worse all of a sudden.
I’ve realized I have spent to much time relying on other people to make me happy. I just got out of a not-so-great relationship that limited a lot of great things in my life but also left me with a limited amount of trust in people. So I decided I need to fully focus on myself, in order to be the best person I can be.
We all have bad days, some more than others. I used to struggle with depression and anxiety greatly, so it felt like every day was a bad day for me. After a while, my sad feelings went away, mostly thanks to this blog, and I haven’t had a really bad day in a while, until yesterday.
When I have a bad day or something sets me off, one of two things happen, I either get over it in an hour or I’m really sad for a day. I don’t necessarily get really personal on my blog, but I spent the majority of my day crying and being sad yesterday, just over someone’s words.
I know how horrible it is to have a bad day or to be upset, so I’m here today to give you five ways to stay and feel positive even on your worst days.
If you’re new here, or forgot I existed due to my failing to post for a month, monthly happiness is something I post about every month. I take time to reflect on all the good situations I was put in, by choice or on accident over the past, around 30 days.
January was honestly a great month for me. It was full of a lot of different events and adventures that I can’t wait to share.
A lot has happened in my life during July and August. I took a break for blogging and YouTube, I moved, and I made a whole bunch of crazy life changes.
If you’re new to my blog you’re probably a little bit confused. What is “Insert month Happiness”?
Every month I talk about a few think that have made my month great.
Because it’s important to reflect on what makes you happy and keeps you going. It’s essential for self love and all together happiness.
I’ve decided to start a new part on my blog capturing the adventures I go on creating art as a college student. My awesome roomie and new best friend models and two of her photographer friends came up for the weekend and let me tell you, it was a kick ass thing.
I’ve recently started a series on my blog showcasing what made me happy for the month! So far I’ve done a post for May and April and I’m here today to bring you my post for June!
I work in fast food, everytime one of my co workers hands something to hand out I say thank you. It’s not necessary how I was brought up but I’m one I’ve molded myself into. Don’t get me wrong, my family taught me manners but I’ve still realized a lot about the importance of saying thank you.
Starting in April I started a series on my blog where I post about what made me happy the previous month. This ending up leading to me branching out and creating on whole series on just being happy!
You would never guess that a content creator would willingly delete their social media, but I did just that. Around November 2015, I decided to delete all of my social media and I decided today I want to share my experience with you.
I created a video about this two years ago, here’s the link.
So this was the most eye opening experience I’ve ever had. I’ve realized that there is so much more to live than your phone. As a mention in my video, it seems like a pretty face gets more likes than an inspirational post.
My desk is not only for working but it’s also my beauty station. I’ve decided this is best for me because it’s less space than for me to have one table for work and one of beauty. If you didn’t already know this makeup is one of my biggest passions so having a large workspace is a must have for me.