I was nominated by Michelle from A Geek Girl’s Guide a while go, this tag is based on the Vogue series of the same name. So imagine me strolling through my gigantic mansion wearing the finest robe.
Unlike my vision, hindsight is 2020. I’m not sorry for that joke. 😂
There are so many things I have learned as I’ve gotten older than I would love to tell my younger self, here are some examples after the read more icon.
Since this post is lengthy, I’ll ask it here: what would you tell your younger self?
It is safe to say that the world is in a panicked state right now, everything will be okay in the end, but in the meantime, it is important to follow the rules that were set in place and work on keeping your mind occupied to the best of your ability, I’ll be sharing a few things that have been keeping me occupied during the lockdown.
Please keep in mind that I am from the UK, these shows might not be available in your regions streaming services!
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I wound up getting nominated for this by two people! Emily at Monster Lady’s Diary and Michelle at A Geek Girls Guide, they both produce fantastic content you should go check out and I am so grateful for these nominations! ❤️
Rules of this nomination
Thank the blogger who nominated you.
Do a post to share your award.
Summarize how your blog started.
Give at least two pieces of advice for new bloggers.
Nominate other bloggers. (altered this a bit) .
Inform each nominee via a link that you’ve nominated them.
I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting journaling lately, it’s been quite helpful with seeing what part of the trauma is actually traumatic, or what parts have been exaggerated. Memory is a fickle thing, over time it can become distorted. I was told by my doctor once that when you recall a memory, you’re actually recalling the last time you remembered it, and not the original memory.
I’ll be the first to admit that I am far from a saint, but seeing the title of the post as a quote got me thinking about how the people who’ve hurt me see me.