• Love is what makes the world go round. Spread it. Say it. Act it.
  • That mental health should be taught in schools in the UK. I can’t stress how much this would of helped if I had known how I was feeling was normal and not unusual.
  • That dogs are the best things in life, those feet and waggy tails are just pure joy.
  • Taking time for yourself is self-care, NOT selfish.
  • Positivity attracts positivity. Honestly, it works.
  • We need time alone, and we also need time with others. Getting this balance is super important.
  • Everyone has bad days, they are just a part of life.
  • Your flaws do not define you. What defines you is your beautiful smile, your laugh, the look in your eyes when you see something or someone you love.
  • Wear whatever you feel comfortable in, and don’t let anyone tell you not to.
  • A cup of tea might not solve everything, but it sure makes you feel better.
  • Getting out of your comfort zone can be so challenging, but it is always worth it, trust me.
  • Finding an exercise that you enjoy makes itΒ so much more fun.
  • Supporting other bloggers is so important. If you like something you read, share the heck out of it.
  • A lazy morning in bed is good for your health.
  • Adding no-makeup days into your routine is so good for your skin.
  • Buying pretty flowers always adds a bit of brightness into your day.
  • Snacks are always handy. Keep a minimum of two in your bag at all times.

Post inspired my gal Chelsea.

Do you agree with any of these?

  • I agree with nearly all of them! (I don’t drink transfer so that’s my only exception) xx

  • i love me time days. they just benefit me so much. also, i do believe that love it what makes life worth living.

  • Aww this put a smile on my face! I especially agree with finding an exercise you enjoy – otherwise you will always give up at some point! xx

  • This is such a lovely post to read Natalie and these are some really important things to believe in. I so agree with that a cup of tea may not solve everything, but it definitely does make you feel a little better πŸ™‚ xx

    Kayleigh |

    • I am obsessed with tea, I think I’m verging on a bit too many a day! πŸ˜‰ xx

  • This is such a lovely post once again! I really wish mental health would have been spoken about when I was at school. It would have helped so much x

    Lauren |

    • Me too, such a shame. Hopefully for future generations they will start talking about it! xx

  • <3 Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. Have a great weekend!


  • This was such a lovely post! Can we turn this into a tag? I’d love to do it on my blog too! πŸ™‚

  • Steph

    Taking time for yourself is most definitely self-care. I think the opposite is a stigma that needs to be forgotten.

    I think this is a really creative post idea!

    Social Spying

  • Amy Eade

    I totally agree that mental health should be taught in schools, among other things – I think there are so many life skills that could be taught!
    Amy xx

    • Definitely! Why aren’t they doing that already?? xxx

  • Such a lovely post, it was nice and positive!

    Danielle xx

    • Aw thank you so much πŸ™‚ and thanks for reading! xx