Will probably be using this @garnier_sa micellar cleansing water for ever. It’s gentle and leaves your skin feeling soft ✨
Looking forward to blue skies and long summer nights ✨
I took a much needed break from Instagram, just to take a step back and clear my head. Not going to pretend my head is clear yet, most days I feel like an emotional hot mess 😂 • I’ve just started to notice social media comes with a lot of negativity and if certain people or things are ruining our so called “vibe” we just delete them (not saying certain things or people don’t need to be cut out of lives, sometimes they do) but it’s not what real life is like, its uncomfortable, hard and awkward at times and can’t just be ignored. And Instagram is great but often when life actually starts to get a little hard and seeing a few pretty square inches of someone’s seemingly perfect life (it’s not, just a reminder) seems to end up making life even harder. I’m going to keep on creating content, because its what I enjoy ad try a little harder to block out the negativity and focus on what I find inspiring. So here’s to real life and trying to be a little more real too.
Spent last week in the sunshine ☀️ so ready for summer. You can leave now winter, k thanks bye.
Will probably keep on coming here cos of the pink tables 😅
It’s hard to believe it’s been a year, I still grieve for my whole family. I stumbled upon this when reading @bethanymenzel ’s posts about the loss of her baby and this certain part really stuck out for me and I have found it to be so true . “One of the great ironies of the Christian life is that walking through the valley of the shadow of death is the very best place to catch a glimpse of our Shepherd. No where else can our eyes be more fully opened to the immensity of God’s power, His grace, and His love toward all of His children than there.”