Who’s in need of a little adventure?
If you are, there’s an animated, adventure-comedy ‘Big Trip’ being released this week – featuring the most unlikely animal friends, who will take you on a journey that is guaranteed to warm your heart and entertain you endlessly no matter how young or old you are.
‘Big Trip’ written by American writer and film director Billy Frolick, from the award-winning animation, Madagascar, will be coming to a big screen near you on 31 May 2019.
Last week I attended Love Milo’s Winter Alchemy Collection launch.
I didn’t share anything about it on social media as I don’t think my posts would have done this beautiful new collection any justice! I was also so caught up in the magic of this collection and hearing from the designer, that I barely took any pictures! So, I thought I’d come on over here and share some more about Love Milo’s new Winter Alchemy Collection.
To sum up this collection up in one sentence, you could say its where Magic meets Drama!
This month marks 5 years since the launch of my blog. It’s really crazy to think that I’ve been blogging for so long!
Blogging has taught me a lot. It has opened up the door for so many amazing opportunities and I have learned so much about myself and how I handle things. Through this platform, I have gained not only a creative outlet, but it’s also something that constantly challenges me to grow as a person.
As I reflect back over the last five years, there are a few important life lessons that blogging has taught me:
I always admire people who notice the silver lining. Sometimes I am the person who notices it, but other times I can’t help but focus on the darkness of the cloud and I end up spending way too much time on what will happen if that cloud should burst! At that time it seems so hard to find joy in day to day life.
It’s so easy to go down that negative train of thought and often it is needless.
Positive energy is also infectious, so I try to train my brain to look for a positive which helps me stay cool, calm and collected.
Here are a few ways I do just that: