We all have different interests, which is the basics of what we want to do for a living.
At my age, we are starting to choose a career path. We choose subjects we are interested in at school, and hopefully we get an interesting job after years of education.
I really like to take photos, as many of you already know, as I started this blog off as a picture blog. Going back to look at my first pictures, I have to say that they are not the best ones in the world. But hey, everyone has to start somewhere right?
Another big part of being my age is finding yourself. The advice to get new friends, start youtube or present something in front of the class is always the same: Just be yourself. But who exactly is yourself? This is a question with an infinite amount of answers.
For the next three years of school after 10th grade, I have chosen to learn more about media and communication. Taking photos and expressing my feelings through them is a big part of who I am. Everyone is different, but you are bound to find something you love to do at some point in your life.
Hope all of you have a great day.
Love, Olivia ❤
It’s Christmas time and prom is coming up at our school.
At the prom you are supposed to look gorgeous. Why? I don’t know. I never really got why you have to be so perfect all the time.
I bought the dress I’m wearing to prom a couple of days ago. It’s a dark, royal blue with small diamond-looking pearls on it. I tried on three dresses in the fitting room, and I think I look amazing in this dress I picked out.
But here’s the problem: “I look fat in my dress.” and “I’m not pretty.”
Basically girls’ self-confidence about their appearance.
I thought that I would give my point of view on this problem, because I know that a lot of young girls might struggle with self-confidence about their appearance, including me.
1. First of all, you probably don’t look as fat as you think in your dress.
2. You aren’t supposed to be as thin as a straw. It’s ok to not exactly have a flat stomach. It just means that you are a human and not a barbie doll.
3. Wear a dress that makes you feel confident. Not what the others think is beautiful.
This is probably a very stupid thing to say, because I know how hard it is to like yourself when you don’t. Think that you are beautiful. In your own way. And remember that being yourself is the most beautiful thing you can wear.
I hope this helped some of you. Comment down below if you want more blog posts like this.
Love, Olivia Greene ❤