Recently I stumbled across a video of a wonderful YouTuber who I watch daily called NerdzRL - who vlogs her life everyday, and has the most amazing attitude and personality towards life. Thanks to her, I was introduced to this:
Here, he documents all the small things in life that make us smile everyday, that we take for granted.
The blog became a huge success, and therefore a book was adapted, and there has recently also been a second book.
I admire Neil Pasricha.
He kept his head high, way above water when life appeared to be failing him.
I think we can all take something from this man. A snippet of inspiration. To keep our heads high.
We take the smallest things for granted everyday, and we never realise it.
So here in this blog, I am going to document awesome things about my day too. No matter how small or insignificant they are. Something that is going to make me smile and make me feel better about my day, even when I feel life is being the biggest pain in the backside.
I urge you all to buy 'The Book of Awesome' and check out the blog also. It is, in fact, awesome.
Changing the subject slightly, I have received my first piece of work for the new term via email.
Okay, not exactly, although I have been told what my work entails when I return.
I have to make a project about Eating Disorders, and the media, for Psychology - which involves a 10 minute presentation with a group.
Which, I think in ways - maybe last year, if I had been asked to do this topic, I would have freaked out.
But now, I am ready to educate, voice my views and teach people something.
If anybody does have any opinions of Eating Disorders and the Media, and how the Media (if at all) affect Eating Disorders, please write your comments below. I would be really interested to see what you guys think.
Awesome thing/s of the day:
Catching up with old friends for coffee who you haven't seen in so long! (yes Sana I mean you)
Sitting inside whilst it is bucketing down with rain outside and hearing the rain patting against your window.
Knowing that there are people in your life who are genuinly honest, nice people, who care.