By Shweta Suresh Our heads hung low. Guilt was etched on our faces. We'd been caught red-handed! We watched helplessly as our loot was confiscated. Afterwards, grandpa and I exchanged smirks. Mom didn't know about our secret stash of chocolates. It was safe and remained unconfiscated! For more amazing tiny tales from Shweta click here. [...]
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Mental Health Awareness Month Anxiety is something that has effected me for a long time now and since it's Mental Health Awareness Month I thought I would share 5 lessons my anxiety has taught me because through this journey I was able to learn some valuable lessons. Although anxiety can be something that effects you [...]
I wish I had been there. ———————————————————————————————————————— This is another one by my dad! He thinks it's about someone who wishes they could have been there to support someone but my mum thinks it's more like FOMO. Let me know which one you think it is in the comments below! For more six word stories [...]
So a really awesome fellow blogger and fellow Taurus decided to do the 23 things I’ve learned in 23 years post for her birthday post! I totally agree with her life lessons and absolutely had to share her wisdom with you guys! Don’t forget to go over to her post and wish her a happy belated birthday!
Hi guys! Happy 4th! I hope everyone is having a great day. Today is my 23rd birthday! #TaurusSeason! I’ve had a really good day for having a quarantined birthday. I am so grateful.
An amazing blogger Pooja, of Lifesfinewhine has also just celebrated a birthday and she posted 23 Lessons in 23 Years. You should definitely go check her out. I got the idea from her! I hope you enjoy!
1. You’re never fully ready for anything.
No matter what, it seems like life always has another challenge for me. There’s never really any preparation you just have to do your best. I had a baby last year and I wasn’t even close to ready. Fast forward and Isaiah is the best thing that’s ever happened to me.
2. You cant satisfy everyone.
I spent a lot of time worrying about a lot about what other people thought instead of…
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Don’t we all strive for doing something interesting every single day? Don’t we all get up from bed thinking today would be awesome? I am sure we all believe that. But what are the things that we can do all day long to make our lives more interesting, meaningful, and full of fun? So here [...]