I feel like there’s so much pressure on people when it comes to what they eat and what their typical food diary looks like. I’ve noticed people love to voice their opinions when you eat something that they wouldn’t eat and try to put you off. I was a vegetarian for 10 years from the age of 10 and I’ll tell you my story…
I strongly feel that everyone can benefit from a social media detox every once in a while and there is absolutely no harm in doing so. Even if you don’t feel that you really need it. You can do this gradually, by monitoring the time you spend online and by making a few minor changes.
Today, bump is the size of a baby hedgehog/slice of cake. I’m starting to show now but I feel the need to explain to people that I’m pregnant and not in fact just bloated. I’ve bought lots of cutesie little baby things and don’t see myself stopping anytime soon! Read all about my first trimester and what people don’t tell you about being pregnant.
I used to read endless articles about women who had also struggled for years but then managed to conceive and think ‘good for them but that will probably never be me’.
I believe everything happens for a reason and sometimes things just need an extra bit of time.
We all have our own, most enjoyable moments in life. Most of them are the little things in life that aren’t a big deal at all, but at the time make you feel amazing. It’s the minor things that keep us going and give us something to smile about for a brief moment.
It is these things that we all have different opinions on, although I’m sure we can relate to some of each others.
We all have our indecisive moments, don’t we? I genuinely do not know anyone that is more indecisive than myself. It is extremely annoying. I’ll go the shop to get a drink, and find myself in front of shelves and shelves of different items, and not know which one to choose and end up completely overwhelmed and in a state of panic.