This isn’t my look of today, but from the other week!
The other day, someone said to me that there was no way she could eat like me. I don’t know what she meant really but I have a very flexible dieting and I’m happy with it.
Anyway, today I’m out to lunch with myself 🙂
Yes alone does not mean lonely and those who love to live alone knows that. My companion for the day was that cute fat bird.
During busy days I love sitting at the table with my food and my work in a trance, not bothered with having to make conversation with someone.
I actually have been eating by myself for years. I enjoy it. I would eat and blog or catch up online with a friend or even enjoy myself doing nothing.
Lunch outside is also a way of getting away from the hustle and bustle of the office.
There’s no shame in a table for one, so if you haven’t tried that yet, I encourage you to give it a try, bond with your thoughts, your dreams, you ambitions, over a good meal.
Cheers babes, J
You never really know what’s coming. A small wave, or maybe a big one. All you can really do is hope that when it comes, you can surf over it, instead of drown in its MONSTROSITY
I think it take years to develop your confidence and yes I feel more beautiful now at my 32 years old than I ever did in my twenties.
Hahahaha they say that women get more beautiful as time goes on. I think the more we get older the more we learn how to control our inner critic which stops us from glowing.
Recently I released that I love to have some good time with my beloved ones and to laugh a lot.
Another benefit of growing up and getting older is that your friendships are deepening, you decide to stay around those who respect you, don’t use you or take your friendship for granted.
I think after some tough time in my new home, I learned that the secret to a happy life is to not take anything too seriously and give zero time to self-doubt.
Sending Y’all some positive vibes, J
Life is sometime like roller coaster. You get hurt, you forgive, you will be happy, then you will be hurt again.
Sometimes we do the same mistakes because of an emotional need or because of being unable to change. Sure it hurts? But when you get to a point when you cry more than you laugh, then you might start to realize that you need a change in your life.
In bad times true friends show up, and those who liked you for other reasons fade away.
True friends are those who you can embrace your weirdness with them. You can be emotional, you can laugh and cry without fear.
Friends are important but as I grow up, I learn to stop having those who use me or take me for granted.
Yes we are all social creatures and we love communication with people, but I like to do that with people I love.
I connect with those who bring happiness to me, support me and stay with you in the darker times. Surrounding yourself with feel-good people is a sure way to happiness.
Some of my friends don’t live in Sweden but they inspire me and relieve my tension on the bad days.
I always wait for my daily Snapchat “Bonjour” and the Whatsapp funny pictures.
It was great to see my best friend in Amman, Jordan who took good care of me and I felt like a princess.
I’m counting down to be reunited with those who really care for me.
It is never late to make new friends, but we need to choose well.