BeYOUtiful – Week #23

A series on self-love and positivity that will take place every Sunday. Here I will chronicle how my week went with a question asked on the journal I bought in summer 2017 from Paperchase, and a brief idea of what is planned for the upcoming month in terms of the blog, which will be added/removed when done. Hope you…

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The Planet Is Dying… & It’s All Our Fault

Earlier this week I attended an event about energy efficiency. And while the speakers discussed this issue on a more broad level, it really got me thinking: our planet is slowly dying. It's good that conferences like this are happening all over the country, because it goes to show that someone is doing something about it...…

The Skinny on… Stigma

They say to never a judge a book by its cover. And yet, we judge those who look and behave differently from us. By "us" I mean humanity in general. I know many people who don't judge those different from them. I am one of them. Before being clinically diagnosed with depression and anxiety, I…

A Letter to my 30-Year-Old Self

Dear 30-Year Old Me, ... Hi, hey, hello! I sure hope I'm not as awkward in 2024 as I am in 2017 when this is written. This letter itself is awkward because, let's face it, we both know that... I mean I know... I meaning my person not the past self... so including my future…

Travel Series (1): Hacks

These are backed up by me either through experience or research. Happy travels! Roll your clothes instead of folding them. This saves up a LOT of space To prevent cords from getting tangled (which is a real pain), put them in extra sealable bags or even sunglasses cases Separate things in the following categories: Clothes…

“It all just got real…” – My Journey to Being Diagnosed

I led a normal childhood, as far as I can remember. I was the imaginative, creative weirdo who loved her imaginary friends and playing soccer. I had really good friends of both genders, played well with everyone and the teachers mostly loved me. However, I always had the same problem: I thought too little about…

Things That Have Helped me Deal with Mental Health

This will probably be the most personal post on this blog, granted. But before I start, let me put a disclaimer out there by saying that this list will in no way be of an influence to others, but rather to help a little. This is a personal list, so things that helped me, and…