My nickname is Bee and I usually respond to this quicker than Abi. My birth name is Abigail but only my grandma (grudgingly) calls me this. I’ve had a quick introduction on my Weather Watch page but this is my personal column.
I will be writing about staying positive and how to pick yourself up when you’re feeling down. To get a rough idea on how I will be doing this please check out my personal blog www.Ichosetobee.wordpress.com I am happy to answer and questions you may have and any advice you may need.
I write about more personal issues on my wordpress however pressing similar subjects here but more generalised.
So I am 23 years old and have had one hell of a life so far! That’s me above. I change my hair more often than you’ve had hot dinners (or whatever the saying is) and my style changes from day to day. I am 4”10 #growingupshort gives me the giggles.
Depending on the company, is how I dress typically, but normally I just wear what’s comfy and suiting. Since I have more time to do so, I experient with my hair and make up. I have been doing my own hair (cutting and colouring) since I was 13 years old and can only begin to imagine how much money I have saved by doing so.
I have sensitive skin so if you have too definitely keep an eye out for my beauty posts! Living by the sea has changed my great complexion and now have to maintain it and not just be one of those lucky ones.
I enjoy watching films and getting into TV series. I am still not over the ending of Breaking Bad, and currently stuck into Pretty Little Liars. My all time favourite book is Charlie and the Chocolate factory. It has the strong message on “anything can happen if you want it bad enough”.
I love cheese, cheat days are my favorite day of the week (usually a Sunday). I am not religious but that doesn’t mean I have an opinion on you if you are religious. I’m a free spirit which isn’t always a great thing but I accept my flaws and manage them.
I have strong views and morals and it does take a lot to change my mind. I don’t believe the only cure for depression is medication there are several different ways to get yourself out of that mindframe.
The biggest help I have had so far was to pick up The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and sit and read it on the beach or secluded from noise/people. I thought to myself how is a book going to help? Sounds ridiculous but it did. I’m now on the quest for finding all books (preferably older books that aren’t influenced by superficial reasoning) about the Law of Attraction and positive thinking.
I wont just be sharing how to change your thought processes but also things that make me happy in hopes to give everyone else ideas and to inspire others. I use my creativity to calm me down on a stressful day and I will be sharing with you free, cheap and different ideas you may not have tried that have helped.
This includes painting, exercising, changing your diet. Believe it or not but cutting out loads of food and cooking your own meals with all the vitamins you need for a day can have a dramatic effect on your mindfulness.
You can follow me on Instagram @beecanflyy where I post photos of my paintings and art that I do for therapy. I also use the #lovethewayyoulook which I hope to one day be a “trend” for everyone to be able feel good about their appearances.
You will also find film reviews, hair and make up advice, my favourite buzzfeeds and other stuff that the internet is for!
I have already got many tips and advice across the spectrum of life on positivity and how to feel positive. I feel the need to express doing things naturally and have taken many herbal remedies. But if you have anything you would like to talk about or for me to cover please drop me a message email@example.com – and hopefully we can help each other.
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