If life were always good, we would never appreciate the good things. We probably wouldn’t work as hard to accomplish things. It’s time to make some changes.
Okay, okay. We’ve all (most likely) dealt with depression, so don’t think you’re alone. I’m a thirteen year old girl who has personally dealt with a lot of depression.
Do you ever look back on time and wonder where the week went? Month? Year? Or maybe even years?
So we are almost in the middle of winter and I know it can seem like this season lasts forever. With cold, long nights and a short amount of daylight, it is not everyone’s most desired time of the year.
Kindness is the simple act of generosity, of friendliness, of compassion. It’s the selfless act of giving, accepting and understanding.
It is quite possible that many of us are approaching the month of January incorrectly. But, that’s the thing about January isn’t it?
Do you ever sit there at the window and wonder what your values are and what is important to you? I know I do and I have never really known or been completely conscious of what they were until one day it hit me and I wanted to know what were the things that are really important to me?
“Life is just like a box of chocolates. You can’t decide what you’re going to get, but you can decide what you do with it.”
Anna Idler shares her experience of desk jobs while you’re missing dive bars, living with friends and knowing exactly what life had planned.
Get inspired with our winter reads. Here are some books by incredible women who are making a difference in the world and kindly shared their wisdom with us!