Growth is really important to me and I’m becoming more and more aware of my flaws. Sometimes certain situations or reflecting on the past makes you want to become a better person. Its really bloody hard admitting that theres certain aspects of yourself that need some work or need changing but once you do, you’re one step closer to bettering yourself.

Without being too hard on myself I wrote down a few things that I would like to change as I believe it will impact my personal growth positively. Here goes lol..

Stop Saying Yes

I tend to think I’m a robot who can do everything. I want to work hard, see my mates, go on work brunch meetings and all the stuff in between, but I’m human and I can’t. I tend to say yes to please people, mainly my management and in the long run I end up unmotivated, tired and also pretty unwell. I don’t have to go to 10 meetings a week to be successful and my friends won’t hate me if I can’t make dinner. Obviously finding a work/life balance is important but lets face it, I can’t say yes to everything.

Less Gossiping

Idle gossip and talking about other peoples downfalls is unproductive. Rumours are just that – rumours and I need to stop being sucked into that dark hole. I’ve been gossiped about and rumours have been spread about me before, & it was really difficult for me so I know what it feels like. I’m making a conscious choice to talk about others positively, or don’t talk about them at all.

Appreciate What I Have

I constantly want more, constantly have to replace something simply because I can afford it and its just a little ridiculous. I moan about the silliest things when I should honestly realise how blessed and lucky I am. Whether I’m comparing myself to others, splurging on stuff I don’t need or trying to justify the fact I need a brand new Audi which I won’t ever drive, I need to slap myself out of it and appreciate what I have right now.



  1. 24th January 2016 / 10:09 am

    I think it's great how honest you are, both with yourself and with your readers! We all have our flaws and mistakes, but it takes a great deal of courage to admit them to ourselves. Ultimately, we are the only ones who can change them, and I think it is a great personal quality to recognise and change the less flattering aspects of ourselves πŸ™‚

    Lisa x

    • 29th January 2016 / 4:11 am

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  2. 24th January 2016 / 11:51 am

    Really love this post!! I definitely agree, I need to work on some of the same things too. Especially stop saying yes, and I definitely believe that gossiping isn't good for anyone, all it does is paint people in a bad light and make others feel better about themselves whilst putting someone else down, even though none of it could be true x

    Millie x

  3. 24th January 2016 / 9:16 pm

    Loved this! I love the route you're going down with your content… And yasss to no gossiping!.. I hate it.. I saw this quote '' what susie says of Sally says more of susie than sally' and it's so true. How do we know for sure that person won't do the same to us. Ps keep doing you and I can't wait for the love ugly foundation, Tayaba x

  4. 25th January 2016 / 11:28 am

    saying NO is also pretty huge for me. I havent got time to manage everything so definitely need to stop saying yes to all πŸ˜›
    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfiβ™₯

  5. 26th January 2016 / 1:07 pm

    Definitely with you on the saying yes! I need to learn the word no

  6. 18th April 2017 / 9:03 am

    Love this post! I always appreciate how honest you are with your readers πŸ™‚ Definitely feeling inspired by this post to think of ways I can better myself πŸ™‚


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