I also will stop trying to assess if people on Instagram are fake smiling or genuine smiling.
Commit to finding a hairstylist who you trust and adore.
Don’t say I’ll just go tomorrow or I’ll eat healthier for my next meal. Think of right now in this moment. Because these moments matter.
I love New Year’s Eve! It’s a holiday filled with sparkly hats and confetti and talk of positive change. What could be better?
In 2018, I am going to stop running from my problems. I am going to stop swearing I am fine when my insides are crumbling. I am going to stop forcing smiles and faking laughs.
Don’t feel overwhelmed if you feel like you can’t accomplish all of these resolutions in the new year. Take it slow. Pick out which ones matter the most to you. The important thing is to take care of yourself first.
Virgo: 2018 should be the year of self-care. You can’t save everyone, Virgo, and it’s not your job to do so.
Improvement comes in phases, in working on all the little parts of your life you want to see a difference in.
I know how silly resolutions can be, and also how quickly we forget about them.
Try new things. The same routine every day gets tedious, fast. Catch yourself when you notice you’re doing the same thing every day, and try to plan activities that are not in your normal day-to-day life.