It’s OK to be obsessed with the things you care about. It doesn’t matter how crazy your goals may be or how big your dreams are. I’ve learnt that it’s the big scary stuff that actually excites me and keeps me going with inspiration and once conquered I feel even stronger to achieve higher for myself, so therefore I’ve aimed high, Ive dreamt the biggest and most beautiful dream I could have in my 15years of life and I will make sure it’s the best time of my life while pursuing it. I remember being around 8 years old and being extremely afraid to dive in the deep end of a pool, after several attempts I decided it wasn’t for me. I was scared so my mum looked me deep in eyes and told me I could and that the only thing stopping me was myself, my thoughts and consequently my actions were all a reflection of those negative thoughts, she told me straight out to try again and this time to dive with a positive attitude and mostly I was to believe in myself, so I did. I dived and I dived to the bottom of that pool that seemed scary as hell but nothing would stop me this time! That was a turning point for everything I feared and that memory stuck with me. Every now and again when I get scared of my dreams she reminds me of that day.
I believe that half the times we are afraid of others opinions or of failure but the people criticizing you are the exact ones who envy your ambition and who can’t stand someone who sees outside the box. Who are too afraid to try themselves and wished they too had your courage. They’re fearful that one day you might succeed, making them regret their lack of effort. I know for sure, anything is better than nothing at all and we all have to fail because that’s what makes us better people and better creators.
I know for sure we all dream. Some more than others, but we all do at some point.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could ask yourself, “what would i do if I wasn’t scared…? “ and then actually doing it?
Today is a good day to start but tomorrow is also so why don’t you have a go…!

anxiety, it is something we all have a little bit of and it’s nothing we should feel ashamed of, my sister has anxiety and she is 9 years old and she’s so strong, when she gets upset and overwhelmed with emotions she fights through it as hard as she can. anxiety is a battle that can be fought and won.
things you can do:
some things that can help with anxiety,
taking to someone you trust
listening to music
self care such as, a face mask, a bath etc
things to remember:
it gets better! it’s just hard for the time being and you will get through it, you can do it! you are so loved by so many people around you and you are so supported. you got this ❤️

Happy Pride month to all the beautiful people loving whoever they want to love!


Don’t ever let anyone make you feel like you aren’t valid. Love who you want to love. Love is beautiful. Love is what makes our world bright
Pride month is about more than just love. It’s raising awareness for the current issues facing the lgbtq+ community. We need to encourage inclusiveness and fight for change! Support sexual diversity! Same sex marrige is only legal in 28 countries out of 195! To me that shouldn’t be the case, it should be 195 out of 195, in fact it shouldn’t even be something to be discussed, it should be normal!!! Why should loving someone need to be protested or voted to be allowed. There is no reason, why is there a problem with being a different sexuality? Why is there even that label? Aren’t we all humans at the end of the day, why doesn’t being straight be protested and voted to be legalised. Don’t ever feel like you aren’t enough because you are and if people don’t accept you for you, they shouldn’t be in your life. keep being you and love whoever you want because love always wins.
Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, but a necessary thing for a peaceful, and sustainable world. Gender equality is something we face every single day, do women really get the same rights as men? The answer is no, because ever since the world began, men have been the ones who went to work and came home to dinner on the table and a clean house, and women get paid 75 cents when men will get paid 1 dollar. Even for us teenagers at school, the boys are in a higher power, they feel like they can judge us girls and call us names and expect nothing to happen to them, which is true. nothing will happen to them, no one will address it, they won’t be told off and they will just go off and do it again. That’s why when we have PE classes, the boys are usually the first to volunteer and pick the teams, and us girls will get left for last because we feel like we don’t have the power to stick up for ourselves or argue back. Us as girls in no way whatsoever should feel like this, if we don’t speak up or do something about it we will be overpowered for the rest of our lives. Why don’t we get paid the same for doing the same exact job? To be honest, there’s no answer, and so unethical. According to the United Nations, more girls are going to school in 3rd world countries, fewer girls are forced into early marriage, more women are serving in parliament and positions of leadership, and laws are being reformed to advance gender equality. Which is amazing!! This is the type of news we want to hear every day, and slowly day by day we can make a change, but unfortunatly its not what we hear everyday, here are some facts from the Australian Human Rights Commission: – Females make up just over half of the Australian population!
– On average, Australian women have to work an extra 56 days a year to earn the same pay as men for doing the same job.
– More than one in three Australian females has experienced physical or sexual violence in her lifetime and one in two experiences sexual harassment.
Is that really what we want for the women of our generation, to have to work more to get equal pay? To experience sexual harrasment or physical violence? No women should feel that and should never get put through that, hat could compleatly ruin her for the rest of her life, the feeling of vulnerability or taken advantage of.
Social media shows us beautiful girls with amazing bodies and stunning outfits that are far too expensive for me to afford, and boys with ripped bodies and the best cars to ever exist.

I don’t have a problem with these girls showing off their beautiful bodies and boys with top class cars, I only care about the fact that what beauty really is, it’s that people come in all different shapes, sizes, colours, genders, sexualities and religion! And this isn’t always shown on social media, and this isn’t what’s shown to us for us to be jealous of. Not everyone has a slim waist and a size 6 feet that look good with any shoes and not everyone goes to the gym every morning and has big brands sending them packages everyday. Please can we start normalising body rolls, dimples, scars, hijabs, dark skin and everything else that everyone shouldn’t feel ashamed of at all! 

We are all unique in our own ways without even noticing. Stretch marks are so beautiful and we should not be hiding them or scared that anyone will see them. Even though a nice body is all that we want, we all were made exactly how we were meant to be, the reason this doesn’t get shown on social media is because no one shows it off for it to be normal. 

There is absolutely no reason why we shouldn’t show off our beautiful flaws and imperfections because in the end that’s what makes us perfect in our own ways.

I’ve always related to this quote in many ways but especially because I was brought up with this sentiment that has so much truth to its meaning.
I see more and more people being kind to one another and it brings joy to my heart, some of us have had great values passed on by family or friends but some haven’t therefore being kind in a world where this feeling hasn’t been around much is quite hard, and while some are privileged or blessed with a good up-bringing or with good core values, some of us have had it harder than others and in ways that some of us would never even come close to understanding or imagining. These are the people that we should be most kind to. I remember being told this many times by my mum while I was picked on harshly through out one of my primary years. She made me see that those actions and words were really just out of pure sadness and that it really just reflected this person’s pain inside, it was nothing against me really… Years later my kindness and resilience towards this person paid off. We became friends and still are till today.
Just like we can never judge a book by its cover, we can’t judge people by their actions and sometimes a simple kind gesture goes a long way. Giving a hug to a friend in need, offering help with homework to your sister or brother, complimenting a classmate on their smile. Using words that are fun to give (and receive) and yet we hold them back so many times. Just like smiling, it comes naturally when you’re carefree and feeling good. It’s easy and simple, but we aren’t always feeling good and happy so it’s nice to have someone care even when we’re on our shitty days.
In times like these around the world, we are all in need of some kindness to one another. It’s hard, people are suffering in some way or another. Compliments and positive energy are free, we don’t even need to be in physical contact to feel or give (and receive). These days social media, or should I say the internet in general, is so easy to access. A touch of a button, a few keywords away and bam! We can instantly make someone’s day brighter or completely the opposite so why not go the good way, why not make that person smile and feel the energy we much need!?
Social media all too often is directly or indirectly associated with looks but the positive side is that there are so many of other meaningful ways to express what you love about your friends and family, like sharing a post on social media but making it a meaningful one, giving a family member a phone call surprisingly! Sharing a moment with them or painting a picture, baking someone you love a cake and dropping it off at their door with a fun note. Picking up someone’s groceries that can’t do it for themselves… Giving to that someone in need. Even if small everything counts.

A message could mean more than what you think, to making a closer friendship or just a smile on someones face, all with a simple “hiiii, how was your day” or “what’s up”. We never really know what someone else is going through behind their screen, it takes us 10 taps on our screen and 30 seconds of our time to ask someone how they are, it could even save a life. You could even change you could even hand write it and post it to them or put in their letterbox to make them like they have someone close to them and that they care enough to go to those extents for them.