Image sourced from ivorymix.com At the moment, I would consider this blog a hobby. It’s something I do because I enjoy it. However, I’m not opposed to making this hobby a job. Not yet, of course, but at some point in the future. This made my first month blogging a pretty interesting experience. I’ve been experimenting with social media and blog topics to see what … Continue reading What I Learned in My First Month Blogging
Image sourced from ivorymix.com What It’s Like to Get Acne as an Adult Today I’m going to be discussing a topic that may seem a little frivolous. It all started at age twelve when I first discovered the delights that puberty had in store for me. One moment an innocent child, the next a moody teenager – that’s how it all went down. You want … Continue reading We Can Never Catch a Break from Breakouts
Image sourced from ivorymix.com Confession time: I compare myself to others – a lot. I know it’s pointless. I know it’s not good for me. You want to know something? I do it anyway. I can’t speak for every person in the universe, but I’m pretty sure we’ve all been in this position before. Humans are a pretty insecure bunch, when you think about … Continue reading Don’t Be Ashamed Of Feeling Insecure
Image sourced from ivorymix.com Sometimes we realise halfway through an argument that we are wrong. Though we want to keep insisting we’re right, trying following this advice instead. In a post I wrote a few weeks ago, I gave some tips on how to deal with people who think they know everything. However, in the process of writing it I began to realise a terrible truth. … Continue reading Wrong in an Argument? Here’s Some Advice
Picture sourced from Ivory Mix. Many people assume that participation awards cause a sense of entitlement and a poor work ethic – but what if this isn’t true? The generation I belong to is constantly being criticised. We’ve been called entitled, lazy, self-absorbed – and those are the amongst the nicer terms I’ve heard. We were raised to think we were special. Whether or not … Continue reading Are Participation Trophies Really So Bad?
I currently work approximately fifty minutes away from home. My drives to and from work can often be, to put it dramatically, the worst. The commute takes a huge chunk out of my day, so I often find myself sitting in peak hour traffic thinking about how much time I’m wasting. Continue reading Seven Tips to Get You Through a Long Commute
Image sourced from ivorymix.com Though a highly unmotivated individual, I’ve still learned some tricks up my sleeve when it comes to goal-setting and achievement. I feel unmotivated a lot – like right now, for instance. I want to have this post up the end of the day, but I’m having a hard time making it happen. I’m not in the mood. Unfortunately, I’m never in … Continue reading Bad at Sticking to Your Goals? Things I’ve Learned as an Unmotivated Individual