Notes on Happiness

I read a quote earlier today that made me think about how I share and celebrate my life. The good, the bad and the indifferent. It read "document the moments you feel most in love with yourself - what you're wearing, who you're around, what you're doing. Recreate and repeat." It reminded me of this small corner of the internet. I like to come here to share a little bit of what I'm going through. It's a piece of me, what I'm learning and how my life is changing every day. 

Mostly, when I feel like I've learnt something, there's been some drastic change in my life, or a major obstacle I've had to overcome. I've worked hard for something, and I've reaped the rewards. That's when I have the greatest or most exciting story to share. It's kind of like writing a short story in primary school. There must be a beginning, a middle and an end, and somewhere in between all that there has to be a major climax, where the main character has to make some sort of life altering decision. 

Jumper, Daisy Street // Jeans, H&M // Converse, ASOS // Sunglasses, RayBan

There's a formula to most things we write and most stories we share. It's usually good, then it's bad, and then it's good again (and then the teacher marks in that you've overused the word 'then'). Lately I haven't had any major life changing stories or moments of major decision making, so I guess that explains, in part, why I seem to have disappeared. For a moment, everything just feels calm. I'm so content with where I am and how I'm spending my time. Even in the midst of a global pandemic, everything feels like it's falling into place. I think that deserves documenting.

Chat soon,

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