Alice by K.L. Loveley ~ A Blog Tour

Hey there again! This would have to be one of the most exciting things that has happened to my blog (so far), and I’m of course quite keen about this. I was chosen to participate in a ‘Blog Tour’ for the book ‘Alice’ written by K.L. Loveley. I’m getting more into my reading currently, and so you may see even more book reviews here.

First of all, kudos to K.L. Loveley for writing this book, it’s on a bit of a hard topic, one that some readers may find a bit confronting to read.

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I Finally Went to the Doctors About Anxiety and Depression…

Hello everyone!! Tonight isn’t a sob story, it’s literally about real life shit. I don’t swear on my blog, but for this post I have made an exception. The last 48 hours or so have been probably the best yet hardest few hours of my life? I’ve gone through some pretty hard things in my nearly 20 years of living, but I think this one takes the cake.

I’ve skydived, travelled overseas alone, I’ve lost family members, I’ve been bullied all throughout primary school and high school, etc. etc.. But YET this is the thing that has had my heart rate climbing over the last few days. And tonight I announced the title of todays post on my Instagram story. Not a huge deal, right? Wrong.

I have work colleagues (present and past), family members, close friends, old school friends, randoms, and my blogging friends following me on Instagram. I was literally shaking when uploading the little story onto there. But read on, and you’ll perhaps understand why this post is so necessary for me to write (I promise this won’t be anything like ’13 Reasons Why’ even though that show IS 100%).

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Succulent and Fern Terrarium DIY

Hello again! Welcome back to my weekly post, this time with a bit of DIY greenery! I’ve always been in love with succulents and terrariums and after months of wanting to make my own, I’ve finally had enough time and enthusiasm to do it.

Firstly, I made these in mind of having them hanging in my bedroom which has been stopped my mum, but now they reside in the downstairs bathroom and it brings greenery in the house!! It’s part of my future plan to live in a cosy unit full of little plants such as ferns and succulents, so these guys will definitely be coming with me when I eventually move out!

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Mecca Maxima: Too Faced and Stila

If anyone has ever been into a Mecca Maxima store like I have, they’ve felt overwhelmed with the sheer amount of high quality and beautiful makeup. I’ve been into their Chermside store multiple times, and it was only until a few weeks ago where I’ve actually bought myself makeup!

My love for Mecca Maxima actually began on my 18th birthday, before I had ever been into a store. My cousins had bought me an eyeshadow palette. Late last year I bought myself some eyeliner, and then a few weeks ago I bought 2 more makeup items…

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Google Search: How to Stop Loving Someone

I want a legitimate reason as to why I haven’t posted on here in a month. I believe the title of this post gives a fairly good idea, but I never thought I could be hurt so badly by anyone. I’ve always had the mentality that I would never stop my life for anyone, much less for a male. But here I am, a month after he broke up with me, and still fairly heartbroken.

This is a bit of a difficult post for myself to write, because I really do hope that HE gets to see this one day, because he promised me that he would keep in contact, that we’d see each other again.

It’s been a month since I’ve seen him,

It’s been two weeks since I’ve heard from him.

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Get to Know Me Better ~ Week 7

Another thinking one! Hello again, welcome back to my weekly Saturday series, where I question who the heck I am and sometimes am still really unsure of the answer.

I do really hope that when you readers do read these, that you also mentally answer these yourselves. If you do, you can always let me know your answer in the comments too! I’d be greatly interested, especially with your answer for this weeks question; If you had one day to live, what would you do first?

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