a little ramble on life

Hello Lovelies!
I have learnt 2 things today which I already knew but didn’t really realise how good they actually are and how beneficial they are to everyone around you.

The first thing I learnt that you don’t get anywhere by being negative. I have a close friend who is amazing and such a good friend but to others, I don’t think she realises it, she can kind of spread negativity around. It starts with a discussion but between her and someone else which ends up in her saying many a rude remark and just generally being unpleasant. ย I don’t want to sound rude or anything but this is just and example of something that can happen; two different opinions conflicting. It’s ok to express an opinion but when you think your opinion is more valid than others when you aren’t entirely sure it’s 100% a true fact then just tell the person that it was opinion and don’t be rude about the other person’s opinion… their’s is just an opinion too. Recently I have tried my hardest to be as kind and helpful as possible. I’m very proud of what I’ve done so far; I’ve helped out a couple of people when they were sad, kept my mouth shut when I felt anger bubbling inside me or had a rude remark ready to blurt out and tried to spread positivity ย as much as possible.

The other thing I realised was no to compare myself ย to others. Just appreciate me and not wish to be like someone else. I never used to notice but I used to actually compare situations and people to other things from books, films, famous people… anything I could compare and not understand that not every situation has to be like something that has already happened. Not every person is almost the same as a celebrity, you get what I’m saying? So, yeah, I’ve also learnt to appreciate myself and my life more which is a great thing to do ๐Ÿ™‚

What I’ve decided to do to carry out these things I’ve learnt is have a break from social media… not blogging (or YouTube)because this doesn’t spread negativity but for I’m having a break from snap chat, Instagram ect. because some of the chats I’m in have broken out into argument which I don’t even want to know happen because it’s sad to see my friends fight. So, I’ll keep you updated on how that goes!

I hope you had a great day and feel free to leave how you feel about these topics in the description as well as some advice to deal with my friends (like the one I described in the negativity paragraph).

Lots of love,

Autumn xx



8 thoughts on “a little ramble on life

  1. I completely agree with you on these points. At my lowest point I consciously made a decision to break away from social media too. I am still on Facebook but my wall is my wall and I no longer spend every waking minute checking notifications or ‘liking’ random posts. And I LOVE it as I have filled my time now with colouring books, photography and reading. My illness has made me appreciate myself more and caused me to concentrate on the good things in my life more.
    A lovely post from you and very relatable from my view. Have a fab evening ๐Ÿ˜Š

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    1. I so relate to your comment, that’s what I’ve done and it’s just lovely to have some ‘me time’ to just relax without the stress of knowing what’s going on on social media all the time.

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      1. Exactly. I don’t need to know what people are having for dinner, who’s not speaking to who, or scroll through endless memes for anything remotely interesting. I now look at the pages that interest me about things like local history and life is much better without the needless drama (my anxieties give me enough drama to deal with every day) ๐Ÿ˜‰x

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