Whether it’s summer, the weekend or still lockdown where you live, sometimes waking up early can be difficult. Without the incentive, you can easily lie in bed for a couple more hours. This post is not only to help you, but also myself. There are many perks to waking up early, and I want to … Continue reading 10 Reasons You Should Wake Up Early | How To Be An Early Riser When You Really, Really Don’t Feel Like It
Hello everyone! Welcome back to the blog. This Friday’s post is in collaboration with my online bestie Daisy, from Daisy’s Corner. Organised girl boss Daisy had this collab planned far in advance, and finally it is time to share it with you! In this post I will be sharing 5 things I’m grateful for this … Continue reading 5 Things I’m Grateful For This Summer | Collaboration With Daisy’s Corner
When I say ‘it’s okay to do nothing’, I genuinely mean it. If your social media feed looks anything like mine, you have probably heard this a lot. Some people host a Sunday event called ‘self-care Sunday’ which I think is an amazing idea. However, the mainstream connotations of self-care: baths, pampers and baking are … Continue reading The Uprise of Self-Care Sunday | Does It Negatively Affect Your Mental Health?
I can’t contain my excitement to announce this new initiative! For a while I’ve been considering starting my own hashtag because they seem to be really popular on Instagram at the moment. Also, since The Positivity Project, I’ve been searching for new ways to spread happiness even in the darkest times. After a couple of … Continue reading Exciting Announcement! | Staying Happy During Lockdown + The Uprise Of Positive Social Media
Today I bring you a really exciting post: a collaboration with Emma Blether! We've all been struggling during lockdown, and many people have been recommending to 'stick to normal routine'. How do we do that? Emma and I wrote 5 tips each for you to follow. You can check out my ideas on Emma's blog … Continue reading 10 Ways To Stick To A Routine During Lockdown | Collaboration With Emma Blether