January. 31 Days of Gratitude

It’s easy to get caught up in negative thought patterns and behaviours when the day gets tough. It only takes one thing to really get your goat and that’s it, it all spirals from there. Except I learnt that’s only IF you let it. One thing I always try to do is see the positive in everything, in everybody. It hasn’t always worked in my favour but one things for sure, only when you recognise the great in every day and look back do you realise, life is actually quite wonderful.

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An Autism Parent Fell Into A Hole

Life with three boys would be challenging for anyone, but throw Autism and the end of the school year into the mix and it’s a whole different field you’re playing in. I’m not afraid of arduous work, but there becomes a point in which enough is enough. ‘You can’t pour from an empty cup’

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A Desire To Thrive, Not Just Survive ♡ Mental Health Awareness Week

I was going to keep quiet and fly under the radar as I have done my entire life in fear of ill thought or rejection. I was going to plod on, keep calm and stay quiet like always. Say nothing and keep my scars hidden where no one can see to pass judgement on them.

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Hurry Up, Slow Down

There are so many times in which I find myself in a constant flurry. These last few weeks, it’s been all day most days. In this I know I’m not alone. So many things to do, so many places to be, so many people needing your attention and sometimes – sometimes there are just not enough hours in the day.

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To The Girl Who Was Yet To Be

Your natural hair colour will always be the prettiest. You were born perfect just the way you are. Changing the way you look on the outside won’t change how you feel inside.

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The (Not Big or Fat) Quiz of the Year 2016

Wow would you believe it! 2016 up and went as quickly as it came and what a year it is to remember too! Katie at Living Life Our Way has tagged me to answer these insightful questions from her blog post ‘The (Not Big or Fat) Quiz of the Year.’

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