A New Change!

If you know me personally, you know that for the past year and a half (I think it's been that long?), I've wanted to cut my hair a super short length. Picture a pixie haircut, that's what I wanted. Truth be told, I intended to do the Big Chop which is when you shave all your hair off and start growing your natural hair back - simple. The reason why I wanted to go through with this is because my hair is "quite" damaged (who's isn't tbh). The amount of times that I have relaxed my hair throughout my life has not only left it a weird texture, but has made it so weak that putting it in and out of weaves just wasn't doing it for me anymore!

I am SO insecure about my hair. It's not something people know about me because I actually don't mind wearing my natural hair out compared to other girls that I know. Yes, I know I have a massive forehead and I was teased about this in school, but now I'm 20 and grown - this stuff doesn't bother me anymore. Those people who teased me were just insecure about themselves. I actually take no notice to the size of it anymore, so I don't mind it being on display haha. My hair isn't in the best of conditions, so doing this will not only be really good for me but it'll be helping my hair out. That sounded normal to me in my head. I'm hoping for this to become a confidence-boosting experience considering that having short hair isn't easy to rock.

By this point (after the snaps) there was no going back. It happened. I sat down in the chair and that's when I knew that it was all real and I was finally cutting most of my hair off! 10 seconds into sitting down on the chair, my family group chat received the following message:

I love the response that I got back... #FamilyLove♡

After coming to terms with the hair that was on my head falling to the floor, it was so weird to think that I wasn't fazed by this at all. Like I genuinely thought I'd be a bit scared when she made the first cut, but I smiled when she continued snipping away. A huge relief overcame me and that pretty much reassured me that I was going to love this new look. I am so happy to say that doing this was an amazing idea! I didn't think I would a) love the style that she did, but b) receive such positive feedback from my family and friends!

All in all, I'm happy. My hair's healthy and I have a new look that I now need to find new ways to style! What do you guys think? Does it suit me? :)

"He liked her with long hair so she cut it short."



Positive Vibes Only.
As a proficient user of Snapchat, I follow quite a few people on there that I don't know in real life, just like everyone else so you can't single me out! These are people such as the Kardashians/Jenners and a few YouTubers. This blog post isn't about any of these people, in fact it's about someone who is from my area - how interesting! He goes by the name of Big Tipper. I'm not really planning to write about who he is and what he does (you can go find out yourself, he's quite funny ngl). What I do want to talk about is his passion for positivity hence his signature hashtag #PVO.


If you don't know by now, Positivity is something I live and swear by within my life. My tagline at the top of my blog features the word Positivity which clearly shows that it means a lot to me, so if you've missed that out - estoy confundido? I know I'm just putting words together at the moment only because this is easier said than done. Fortunately for me, I don't find it hard looking at the bright side of things. In fact, I do it so often that I can't really see many negatives purely because whatever the outcome is, there's always a reason for it. No matter what's happening in your life, YOU are in control. If you give circumstances or even people the power to upset you, then you'll become upset - simple. However, if you allow yourself to be surrounded by a positive atmosphere your life would be so much better. Not saying that your life isn't the greatest but honestly (this is coming from personal experiences) just try and say to yourself:

"Well if this doesn't work out for me, I know that something else will."

It is so difficult to explain what I'm trying to get across through words on a computer screen when I could just say my thoughts about this topic 10x better in person. Believing in a positive mindset benefits your life SO MUCH. I cannot express this enough and sadly there is no way for me to physically show you how great doing this can be.

Positivity attracts Positivity. It really does.

Even if you're unsure of thinking that this would work at least try it, what harm can that do? I just hope that if you do, it works wonders for yourself. I feel like I'm giving a speech about this, but it just shows me how much becoming more of a positive person in life has worked out in my favour. Gone are the days where I used to worry pretty much 24/7. Don't get me wrong, I still have those days where I'm extremely anxious/panicked about certain things but fortunately for me I'm able to think myself out of feeling/thinking that way and continue my happy-go-lucky life. The amount of benefits you reap from this way of life is too much. I think I've explained what I wanted to physically say.

Reading this all back to myself, it's so interesting to see how invested I am in towards Positivity. I can't picture my living my life any other way anymore it's so crazy. The main thing is I don't even know who to thank. Nobody gave me this message like I'm writing for you guys, so does that mean I thank myself? I wish I could go back to the day when I realised that this is a better way of living and just give myself a little pack on the back :)

"Positivity Breeds Happiness."