I used to blame people when things were going wrong with my life. There was always someone to blame—even if it was absurd. I just needed to blame someone. Just like when I had arthritis at 25.
How do you know when it’s time to move on or to keep trying?
- Pamper my face with a clay mask
- Get my hair pretty with The Reporthair
- Enjoy dinner with my closest friends in a Brazilian restaurant to celebrate my 30th birthday
Few days ago, I realized that I wasn’t taking properly care of my hair if not at all 🙁 Since then, I’m learning every day how to take good care of them.
Whenever I write on my blog, I like to listen to relaxing music. But I realized that actually, they’re all kinda sad (type “relaxing music” on Youtube) and I believe it affects my writing. So this morning, I asked Davidson:
I used to think that whenever you had problems in a relationship, it meant you two were not supposed to be together. That a relationship should be “problemless”.
For me, it doesn’t come naturally to think about myself first. By default, I’m thinking about what would please other people, although I know it should be the other way around. If I don’t pay enough attention, I lose myself in the process, and I feel frustrated and sad.
Since I gave birth to Ellie, I haven’t really got back to sports (I will back soon, though ^^). I still have some belly fat to lose and it doesn’t make me feel bad or anything. It’s there and I accept it.
When you have all the time in the world, what do you do?
I used to travel running after monuments to see, museums to visit, must-eat restaurants, … My expectations were so high that once I got to experience that stuff, I wouldn’t even feel satisfied. I would feel like “meh”. And let’s be honest, most of what I was doing was just to brag about it back home.