Defying the limits

Hey everyone

I thought that I would post about “breaking the limits” that we put into place ourselves. I don`t mean the rules that have been put in regulation by school or someone else, but the limits we place on ourselves.

Who says you can`t be whatever you want to be? If you don`t believe in yourself then you need to start. If you believe in yourself anything can be possible. ANYTHING. The biggest critique is always yourself. It`s always hard to think that you can do something when your brain and the people around you say otherwise. But stop listening and break the limit you set, you will feel so much better for it. I find this quite hard to do myself so I thought I would give you a couple of tips that I try to use to help feel better about what I achieve and help me break the limits that I have set. In this post I am talking about limits wether that be academic or a very personal goal you have  set yourself. 

Tip number one is don’t say you can’t do something. You will be able to do anything it might just take time. If you put your mind to something there is no reason why you can’t succeed. 

Another thing that I always do but I do need to work on, is don’t devalue what you have achieved. Even if you didn’t get the best grade in a test just think you can improve and do better next time. But everything that you do isn’t rubbish it is a stepping stone to the final target you have for yourself. That’s how I think about it anyway. 

I’m really sorry this post was quite short and I’m not sure wether you will find it helpful ( I hope you do). If you have any ideas then please do share, as I said I’m not an expert and still need to improve so if you have ideas I would love to know. 
Thank you for reading 

See you soon for a new post 

Bye x


A summer body ???

Hey everyone

I hope you are all well and have had a good week and will have a relaxing weekend.

Today I am going to be talking about the summer body. I was inspired to write this post after I read Harriet’s blog post about “it’s ok not to be a size 8“. Through this post I loved the message that it’s alright to be you and I would recommend reading it as it has a amazing message that I think everyone should see.img_2737

So my version is about summer and having the perfect summer body. I feel that there is no such thing. The requirements for a summer body is that it’s hot weather or as hot as it can be in Britain haha and you have a body, it may sound stupid but really everyone has a summer body. In this day the media tries to put strict images of what people need to look like and it can really make people feel self conscious about what they need to look like. Don’t try and be like someone else everyone is unique and we should celebrate everyone and treat them equally whatever they look.

We need to love ourselves and love each other. We need to embrace who we are and even if you don’t feel confident go out in whatever you want. It’s ok not to be really skinny because you are perfect the way that you are. Don’t change for anyone.

I believe that we are all beautiful. Why are skinny people classed as beautiful when others are equally as beautiful? Society has placed a great importance of being the right shape and size but I really don’t agree. The summer body we see plastered over magazines isn’t realistic and makes me and many other people feel worthless if we don’t look like it. But please don’t feel worthless. I have tried to teach myself and I am still getting there that I can wear whatever I want and I am beautiful. For example I don’t like the way my legs look but I chose to go out in shorts and actually it helped me get a bit more confident in my own skin.img_2739

I hope this post might be helpful. Leave your thought and feelings below and I will be sure to respond to you. If you take one thing from this post let it be this… You are beautiful no matter what anyone else says, you have a great summer body !!!

See you soon for another blog post.

Bye x