Saturday, February 26, 2011

Learning To Love Again

Losing love in the past doesn’t mean your love life is ruined forever. There is hope for all of us. All you have to do is believe in yourself, trust your instincts and understand that being alone is healthy. One of the most difficult problems many young adults have is the inability and fear of being alone. Too many people rush into relationships because they want to be with anyone who will have them. While the situation may seem ideal at the time, later on it will become obvious very quickly that you don’t truly know yourself. Before you can love another person, you have to be able to love yourself. This probably has a lot to do with the high divorce rates that have been going on for a while now. People rush into things, don’t look ahead and think of the future and then realize who they are and what they want when it’s far too late.

When your heart has been torn apart, you shouldn’t feel rushed to jump into a new relationship. Now is the best time for you to look back, figure out what went wrong and learn from your mistakes so you can have a healthier relationship in the future. I’m not saying this is going to be easy, but if you follow these simple rules you are going to be glad you did. Everything in life is a learning experience so don’t be afraid to “fail” once in a while.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Women Wearing the Wrong Bra Sizes

Do you feel like you may be wearing the wrong bra size? If you’re unsure if your bra is the right fit for you; consider the following:

Does your bra ride up your back?
Do your straps keep falling?
Does your bra feel uncomfortably loose or tight?

If you can answer yes to any of the above, then you are most likely wearing the wrong bra size. So, why is it that so many women go through their lives wearing bras that don’t actually fit them? The answer is simple: they’re busy and they don’t think wearing the right size makes a difference. Think about this, when it comes to shirts and pants, what do most women do? They simply wear something that they can fit into and that looks good on them. While this may work for shirts and pants, bras are a different story. Wearing a bra that is the wrong size can cause problems for your back, or your chest. Now that you’ve heard that information doesn’t it seem more important to figure out what your true size is so you can live life more comfortably? It sure does to me! I must admit, up until recently, I didn’t realize I was wearing the wrong bra size. I just would grab whatever was cute and head out the door. I was always in a rush and wanted to get in, get out and get on with my day. However, now that I realize that wearing the wrong bra size can actually hurt my body, I am much more careful when selecting. If you are unsure of your size, there are many stores out there that will actually fit you and let you know what your size is.

Saturday, February 12, 2011


I have the most exciting news ever! My boyfriend asked me to marry him the other day. I’ve never thought I would ever get married because of everything I’ve seen in my past. In this day and age, it seems like everyone is always breaking up and getting divorced. While I’m not against divorce, I personally don’t want to ever go through that experience. When I said “yes” to Chris, which is only because I really can see us making it work forever. I can see us getting through all the hard times and pulling through strong in the end. We have been through so much in the last year and a half that we have been together and it’s proven so much to me. I have changed so much, even in the past month or two. We are constantly growing, maturing and figuring out what we want in life. I get butterflies just thinking about him, and am excited to see him every single day. To me, that’s love. To me, love is knowing someone so well and being comfortable around them; it’s being vulnerable around them and letting them into your heart like no one else has ever been let in before. Chris has been here for me through so much and when I kept thinking he was going to give up on trying, he always stuck around.
I have no idea when we will get married, but that’s fine with me. I could do it tomorrow, or I could do it years from now. Anything works for me. I’m just so happy to have found my match!

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Slacking On My Website

As many of you know, I’ve had a website for over a year now. It used to be such a huge deal to me. I would spend hours upon hours updating things, making new creative posts, and promoting. Sadly, since then I just don’t have the time for it anymore. I would love to be able to work on it as much as I was before but it’s gotten to the point now where it really just stresses me out more than anything, which isn’t what I wanted. I’m such a perfectionist, so I’m sure many of you can relate lol. It’s hard to be creative when you are constantly pressuring yourself to do better. So anyway, a little break for a while won’t be a bad thing. I know everything happens for a reason and I’m sure I will find something else that is more appealing to me. My main goal and focus in life is writing and helping people. If I could do both, then that would be my ultimate dream.

One of the main reasons I’ve been slacking on my website is because there are so many already established sites out there that are extremely helpful for people with anxiety, depression, and so many other things and I decided that instead of having the people find me specifically on my site, I would find them. I love logging into a site, knowing that I don’t have too much pressure on myself because I don’t own it and I can just post as much or as little as I’d like.

Helping people always brightens up my day. It’s what I live for.