Can someone teach me how to:
- Stop feeling guilty about things that aren’t my fault
- Have a thicker skin
- Give myself the benefit of the doubt instead of believing the worst about myself always
- Generally be a functional adult.
I won’t make a bucket list because I’m so afraid that I’ll die and then people will find my bucket list and be, like, “Oh, she didn’t get to do that.”
Why does my hair never look like this??
Italy + Water x
Here. Now. Please.
"I start my mornings convincing myself to open the windows, and let the new air replace the old. To let myself fold the sheets and leave behind all the doubts from yesterday under a well made bed. A freshly brewed cup of coffee filling the spaces in between scents of who I am behind closed doors. This is what I leave behind. This is what I go home to."
in my driving lesson this morning! 3 point turns are stressful! =/ But my general driving is pretty good now, my instructor said he was really impressed with how far I’ve come already :) Definitely feeling a lot more confident, and excited about being able to drive my own car next time I go home! Annoyed today though cos I had a little plan that after the lesson I was gonna shower and sort myself out and then take a walk to my old work and pop in to say hello, but cos it looked like it was gonna rain I didn’t bother… I was hoping it’d be a nice day so I’d have a nice stroll there in the sunshine (would take about an hour), but now I’ve missed out. And it’s still not even raining!! I wanted to go on a tuesday lunchtime/afternoon because of who would be in, and I wanted to go this week because it’s the last week of term next week and I’d be seeing most people at the meal next thursday anyway (though quite often a few people don’t make it). But I wanted to actually go in to the centre before the summer, to make sure I saw everyone, and to see the kids too! Ah well. Hopefully will go next week afterall. Gonna start looking at driving theory stuff this afternoon…
do you ever have a plan for the day and suddenly it’s 4pm and you’ve achieved literally nothing
quite often actually