A letter to those suffering in silence (mostly aimed for teenagers)

Dear sufferer, My battle with mental illness began at some time in my preteens - don't know the exact year or age - but I know for a fact that by the time I was in my mid-teens, I had the whole nine yards. What I also know is that by the time I was…

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2018 New Year’s Resolutions for Bloggers

Happy new year 2018! I hope you had a year full of love, peace and life lessons. If you're a blogger reading this, then this post is for you as you can tell from the title. Along with you all, I will be following these resolutions, so let's work together to make 2018 more interesting…

Blogger Recognition Award! [2]

The THIRD blogging nomination this month alone! WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT! I am literally speechless. Which is why I always resort to writing most of the time. Thanks a million bunch to Maya Willemse for nominating me ❤ You're a doll! Da Rulez Write a post to show your award. Thank the blogger who nominated you and leave a link…

“It’s what I want to do.”

I have probably said this sentence so many times in my life that I actually do not know if it - whatever 'it' could be - actually is what I want to do. Hello everyone, sorry for the absence. I've been having some few thoughts on what I want to do with my life... is it too…

Working in Education

For those who do not know, I work in the Education industry as what most people call a Specialist Teacher. In my country, we are called LSAs, an abbreviation for Learning Support Assistant. This summer, I worked for the first time as a Child Support Worker during summer school. In case you were wondering, no,…

Banggood Wishlist

Goooooooood afternoon my beautiful friends! And welcome to yet another wishlist. Can you tell I'm a dreamer with all these wishlists? I bet! Today's wish list was brought to you by the great people from Banggood. I'll be honest, I'd never bought from this website before, but after seeing the things they sell, I made this…

The Symptoms of Depression Nobody Talks About

Depression is often very misunderstood. Some believe it means simply being sad and unmotivated, when in reality, the symptoms of depression often have a way of infiltrating everything, from the smallest, most unsuspecting details, to the biggest, most significant aspects. And trying to explain this often feels like trying to hold onto water. I did a…