Don’t silently expect anything. You need to make changes in order for change to happen. You need to be your own motivation and know your own worth. You need to get up and do it, believe in yourself and roar louder than ever before. I promise you won’t be lonely forever.
A strong woman is not just any woman. She knows her self worth and will not settle for anything less. She recognises when people are not treating her as they should and she refuses to settle for less. She will not waiver her standards to be treated anything short of what she deserves.
Have you ever been intentionally left out or said no to an event and spent your whole evening wondering what everyone is up to, stalking social media for updates and regretting your decision? Well it’s time to release your FOMO and gain your freedom back.
Recently I made a few single friends and was really enjoying navigating through the dating game alongside them through the few ups but more importantly the downs. It was all great fun until they all found someone they liked and that liked them back…
I find myself alone and overthinking again. I really have no friends to turn to. My old friends have moved onto bigger, better things than me. They are married, having babies, getting promotions and I’m just…well me! It really is time to move on. I need new friends in my life.
Christmas is an exciting time, with lots going on you are bound to want to share it on your social media pages. As you scroll through your timelines you will see copious photos from your friends of roast dinners, gifts, selfies, engagement rings and more. Although it’s lovely to share the excitement it can leave you comparing your Christmas to others.
‘But you’ve got us’… I’m grateful at my family’s attempt at making me feel wanted this Christmas but the truth is I’m absolutely dreading it. I would rather sleep, eat, drink wine and pretend it’s not happening alone, than be in a room filled with people that I tirelessly need to pretend I’m fine in front of.
There is nothing worse than the short, sharp realisation that you have no friends. You’re not even exaggerating. You’ve been cancelled on, not invited and insulted one too many times. Your heart sinks as you realise that you have no one that would drop their lives in a hurry to help you, no one that actually commits to your meetups and no one that shows a genuine interest in you and your life. Keep reading, you’re about to learn game changing information as to why having no friends is good.
I have always loved to travel and have been suffering for a serve travelling bug since I’ve come back to the UK from being a Holiday Rep. I’ve managed to survive by booking little trips I can get myself excited for. Last year I decided I would try my first mini break by myself to London. I had an amazing time, shopping, relaxing and seeing the sights and while being there I thought to myself if I can enjoy this trip so much maybe I should book a holiday abroad by myself.