It's OK

4 February 2015

A list of thoughts for this Wednesday hump day, with the added help of some Disney gif's because..well..who doesn't love Disney gif's.

It's OK to not know what you're meant to be doing with your life in your mid-twenties, even when tons of your friends are settling down, getting married and having kids. Your time will come.


It's OK to put all your fitness gear on planning to go to the gym, and then accidentally stay at home and snuggle on the sofa, watch re-runs of Don't Tell The Bride and eat a yummy dinner of something carb-fuelled..all whilst still wearing your fitness gear. Sometimes it's what is needed.


It's OK to sing in the car at the top your lungs knowing full well that everyone is watching you (and possibly laughing) when you're stationary at a set of red traffic lights. You may as well start dancing and get them to join in. Singing is good for the soul, no-matter whether you can sing or not.


It's OK to buy loads of cute underwear, even if no-one is necessarily going to see it. If it makes you feel good, then you buy it.


It's OK to talk to your animals like they understand you better than humans. Truth is, nothing can beat unconditional love and that's what they give. Brb whilst I go and tell Max about my day...


It's OK to constantly dream up the perfect wedding proposal in your head. It doesn't matter if it doesn't happen, but it's nice to dream, and dreams are free.


It's OK to have a Spotify playlist called 'Soppy Crap' because sometimes you just need to listen to Westlife singing 'Unbreakable' and get a teeny bit emotional.


Speaking of emotional, it's absolutely OK to cry. Never feel guilty for crying. Let. It. Out.


It's OK to prefer staying in on a weekend rather than going out. It's not everyone's cup of tea, and there's something rather lovely about being snuggled in bed by 10pm on a Saturday night after watching a film and eating a takeaway.


It's OK to have a Pinterest board dedicated to wedding dresses..even though you don't have a boyfriend. It's good to plan for the future and Mr Right could be just around the corner.


It's OK to trust your instincts and do things you never thought you would do, even if people tell you otherwise. Chances are, you're probably right for doing it, and if you're not, you will learn from it.


And finally, it's OK to imagine your life is a bit of a fairytale. Things may not run smoothly or as planned, and there may be a few 'plot changes' but you write the chapters to your own life, and if you want it to be a fairytale, then a fairytale it will be.


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10 comments:

  1. This is just what I needed to read this morning!
    Sophie
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  2. I was already having a great morning and now after reading this I feel amazing!lol! What a brilliant little post! I'll be saving this to re-read on the not so great days :) x

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  3. Being snuggled in bed by 10pm after a takeaway on a Saturday night is my idea of an amazing Saturday night... and that is definitely OK with me!

    Loving the GIFs!! Disney foreverrrrrr :D

    Zoe xoxo

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  4. This was such a lovely post to read and all the things were really on point! Loved it :)

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  5. This is such a lovely post! I can't even say which is my favourite point because they're all so truthful and accurate (and I love all of the Disney gifs). It might be 'dreams are free' - daydreams really can brighten up even the gloomiest of hump days.

    x

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