I love clothes. For me, clothes have always been such an important way for me to express myself. I show I'm happy by wearing my fluffy pink cardigan; I show I mean business by wearing my black swishy skirt which rustles when I walk; I dress up for dancing in my patchwork dress that spins out when I twirl! Clothes help me show how I feel and put me in the mindset for whatever task I have in hand. But I do have a confession: I'm NOT a shopaholic.
I burnt my toast this morning. I left the dial too high. It reminded me that we will get things wrong. That’s a fact of life. Learning from our mistakes means that we’re growing in maturity.
Have you ever had a moment like that? When all of a sudden you’re thinking about the worst thing that could happen in life, and could you even cope? Instead of looking for the feeling of worry, or the thoughts that trigger it, instead of going with them, fight them.
I’m not saying we’re not allowed to be grumpy, angry or sad and sometimes – rightly so! But when you feel that way, just take a moment to think about what isn’t going wrong in your life and be grateful for that.
Self-esteem is something that goes up and down all throughout our lives, depending on what we are facing at any given time. Here are 5 ways to help your self-esteem soar.
I’ve learnt to live with and accept that we all have broken parts and, as a Christian, I believe that God is the gold or silver lacquer that sticks me back together. He can use my flaws and my brokenness to make a difference in the lives of those around me. He knows the best and worst about me and loves me the same.
Women are made for more. You and I can be smart and honest, compassionate and courageous, creative, sporty… and many more things! We can help change the culture around us in our words and actions.
Your goals, dreams and hopes are YOURS. The most effective way to make your enough, enough for everyone else is to be the very best version of YOU.
Kindness can change the world if you dare to care. In that moment your light can shine.
Ellis and Rachael share their experiences with mental health. It's ok to not be ok.