Favourite Place

Hello beautiful people!

favourite place

This isn’t necessarily a very artsy picture, but it’s one of my favourite places in the world. I can’t even say how much I miss this place…

Question of the day: Do you have a favourite place?

Love, Olivia Greene ❤

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Crying Is Important

Hey guys!

A picture will be up later today, but I want to talk about something that happened last night.

Yesterday was not a great night for me. I’m sometimes struggling with my self-confidence, and I felt really bad about myself last night. I’m not even gonna lie. I cried. A lot. I had a lot of questions about my life. I’m not sure what I’m gonna do in the future, and I was a little bit scared of how it’s gonna be when I grow up.

But everyone has these days and it’s completely normal. Especially if you are a teen like me.

If you feel the same way, here are some things I do to feel better. I hope it helps.

1. Cry
If you need to cry, just do it. Don’t be afraid, crying is good for you! Just let it all out and it will feel so much better afterwards. There’s nothing worse than keeping the sadness inside.

2. Do something that makes you happy
After letting all the tears you have out, do something that makes you happy. It could be anything; a hobby, watching a favorite TV-show, or in my case it’s watching my favourite youtubers and eating candy.

I really hope this helped some of you, and if you want more posts like this please let me know. I’ll try to help the best I can.

Love, Olivia Greene ❤

 

At the End of the Day

This is something new I’m trying out. I’ve been feeling like giving up a lot recently, and I found it really hard to speak positive about what happened in the day.

So I have started doing this thing where I at the end of the day, write down my favourite moment of the day, things I want to improve about myself, my lifestyle or whatever and some questions I’m gonna try to find the answers for.

This has helped me a lot, and I highly recommend you try this out if you feel like your life sucks. Even the smallest positive thing makes you feel better, and when you formulate them while writing on a paper, you’ll feel so much better.

And to you who knows about someone who is going through a rough time: Saying hi to them, giving them compliments and just speaking friendly to them, definitely makes their day.

I hope this was helpful to some of you.

Love, Olivia Greene ❤