Now, in a teenager’s life social media is ubiquitous; a constant harassment on their lives, with messages and pictures bringing them to a state of tears for pointless, meaningless junk. Why endure the trauma of social media? The most received response is ‘I can communicate with my friends.’ Really? Is that enough of a reason? … More What’s the Point?
If your heart is broken, it still beats. Trust me, I know. If you break your finger, it heals, right? Same as a heart. If it is played on, trashed or just missing, it will heal. But, for the future, never date someone who treats you like you’re ordinary. Just when the caterpillar thought the … More How To Cure a Broken Heart
Things That Can Brighten Up Your Day, No Matter What: 1) Start The Day With A Great Breakfast One of the best ways to start your day is with a yummy, healthy breakfast. This can give your body the right vitamins and nutrients to have an eventful, fun day… 2) Take In Your Surroundings Walk … More Brighten Your Day, No Matter What!
Positivity isn’t about just smiling at someone in the corridor. It’s about being genuinely uplifted and pleased with life. Sometimes, it seems like you can’t be positive. If you’ve had repeated negative or traumatic experiences, it takes a toll on your mental health and how you see the world. Some days, I feel downhearted enough … More How to be Positive
Somewhere, in a distant land, or just round the corner of your house, there is someone on the streets: scared and afraid. But when you meet them, they’re not what you think they are on the outside, judging from stereotypes and first appearances in their shoddy, weather torn clothes. They’re like you and me, but … More Under and Between the Stars
Don’t you hate not getting your “to-do” list done? Don’t you hate getting distracted from your list of things to do? Well, this article will hopefully help you stay a bit more organised… Turn your phone off when you need to get stuff done Your phone can sometimes really distract you from getting stuff done. … More Much Ado About “To-Do Lists”