#MondayWithAimée Lovely Monday morning, sweethearts! My life has been a whirlwind recently. In short, in two weeks, I’ve moved out of my house, started my second year of university online, moved back in with 7 new people in my house, and adapted to living with five kids aged 9 to 2. I’m sure you’ve gone… Continue reading How to build a safeplace
If your dreams don't scare you, it's because they are too small- Richard Branson #byBéka Success in your life can be defined as the pursuit of happiness and the progressive realization of worthy goals. It can be achieved when you try your best in all aspects of your life, even if that doesn’t lead to… Continue reading The truth behind the art of dreaming bigger
Hello & Welcome, #AlongsideYourBoldestFriend From a young age, I was raised in the idea that manners were simply kindnesses, people are often baffled by how strictly I approach it, but truly Manners simply show the greatness of character and the kindness of the heart. To treat everyone in the same manner - with respect, dignity… Continue reading The 5 Laws Behind Manners
#MondayWithAimée Lovely Monday morning, sweethearts! As you may know already if you’ve been following my articles in the past few months, I am a huge bookworm. I might have become more of a bookworm with the Big Bad Pandemic, actually. Which is one of the only positive points of the last few months: books have… Continue reading Why Being (and Befriending) a Bookworm Will Better Your Life
#byBéka It’s unbelievably hard to describe how “The Kissing Booth” manages to be so poorly written, yet so pleasant to watch, like I did so many times. The movie is based on Beth Reekles’ novel, discovered originally by a young audience on Wattpad (a fanfiction online platform). Initially, the book illustrates pre-teen energy in their… Continue reading Kissing booth exposé – a lesson behind all the fluff
Hiya Munchkins, #FridayWithSEB I hope this article reaches you in good health, both mentally and physically. I would not say how I feel exactly, since every day since the beginning of the year seems to be a surprise, but I am healthy, happy and in control of the things I can control. All is well… Continue reading Is It Better to Speak or Die ?
August, we extended our grace with you and through you, September, let us show you what we are made of - a short practical guide to graciousness. We fought for you, we took every trembling bone and strengthen them through every breath we took, inhaling deeply to calm down the nerve-racking experiences we went through. … Continue reading Letter from the Editor – August, I extended my grace through you
#MondayWithAimée Lovely Monday morning, sweethearts! Do I consider myself an artist? I couldn’t say so, and it’s not my goal either, but I think there is an artistic fiber that lives on in me and that craves for artistic content, motivation and thoughts. Whether you consider yourself an artist or not, I think there is… Continue reading An Artistic Debate: Everyone’s Lukewarm or Someone’s Favorite
life is tough but so are you. #byBéka Love is a word that's been used in so many ways. It has been translated and transcripted and conjugated in so many forms. But what does it really mean? With the actual society, it feels - to me sometimes - that it’s nearly lost its meaning to… Continue reading What Is Love ?
Hello and Welcome, #alongsideyourboldestfriend July was about the lessons, the harsh ones we might not have been ready to see, but we steadily stood to receive. We listened and we learnt, we saw that life, even after all its aches, still continues. As restaurants reopened and we shared the first meal with a friend, we… Continue reading Letter from the editor – Goodbye my dearest July and Hello August