To the daydreamer whose never caught with their eyes closed, because you know that’s not the way to catch a dream – no.
I decided to donate my hair because when I was younger I used to feel very insecure about strangers staring at me because of the way I walked and so doing something with my hair gave me confidence to face them with a smile, when they would finally look up and meet my eyes, rather then a frown. (Kinda similar to why some people choose to wear make-up.) It gave me confidence and I don’t know what I would have done instead when I was younger if for any reason I didn’t have that option. Put simply, that thought inspired me to donate my hair.
If you’ve not heard of the little princess trust, here is brief overview in their own words:
On Christmas Eve I went to visit my Brother and Sister-in-law and they have an extensive tea collection and so I want to take this Tuesday to talk about this amazing tea I got to try form T2!
I’ve tried before and failed. But not this year – I simply refuse! I need to become a more organised person and I feel like this could be a step in the right direction… I feel like my problem with it in the past was that I have a tendency to let my creativity run away with me a little and I always tried to make every page really pretty and I the perfectionist in me just didn’t allow for that sheer quantity of up-keep! So, for now at least i’m going to keep things simple!
If you have never heard of bullet journaling before and have no clue what I’m rambling about I’ll give a brief explanation below and also link the bullet journaling website here if you would like more in-depth details.
A bullet journal can essentially be whatever you need it to be: a check list, diary, journal, notebook or sketchbook. Personally, mine is predominately a check list.
All you need to start is a notebook and a pen…