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Sunday, 11 October 2015

Happy Sunday, friends! I've got this next week off school, which gives me plenty of time to catch up with friends, and finish off the dreaded personal statement. I've been stressed out of my mind this past few days, trying to write the perfect personal statement, and worrying about whether or not I'll get in to university, but it's time for me to wind down and relax! Yeah, university is a bit and scary thing, but whether I get in or not, things are going to work out. I'm so glad I've got this post to write, so that I can reflect on some of the more positive things that have happened this week. Here goes...

I have the most amazing friends in the world
I know that pretty much everyone when asked will say that their friends are the best, but trust me, mine are. I love my friends so much, and I know that I sometimes always take them for granted, but I really appreciate them so much. They do so much for me, and they are always by my side, whether I'm bubbly and happy, or completely out of motivation. THANK YOU!

I don't believe in my beauty...
But this week, a good handful of people have complimented me, and each time someone has offered me a compliment, I feel like there's a chance that some day, I might be able to look at myself and see more that faults. That's probably not going to happen overnight, but I'm working on it, and I'll get there eventually.

Calm
As I mentioned previously, I certainly have not been feeling calm at all lately. However, flicking through Calm by Michael Acton Smith has given me a few great pointers in the right direction, and after my 10 minute meditation this morning (which I have admittedly neglected quite a few times this week) using the Calm app, I'm feeling a whole lot better!

I'm in a good place for university
While I may be stressing myself out endlessly over this whole question of whether or not I'm going to get into university, I have come to appreciate that I'm actually in a really good place for university. My grades from last year exceed most of the entry requirements for studying business management, apart from the University of Edinburgh, which is asking for 4 A's, which I have anyway. When visiting Strathclyde Open day last Saturday, I talked to one of the Business management lecturers, and when I mentioned that I had 4 A's her eyes lit up, and she smiled and told me "I'll see you next year, then". I always thought my grades were quite an achievement, but that's because I am not smart in the slightest, and I know the amount of hard work and effort I put into my studies last year to ensure that I would get the best grades possible. However, I never thought of them being that great compared to everyone else... I thought pretty much everyone applying to university had A's in the bag, but that's totally not the case.

It's my birthday soon!!!
Woop woop! In 19 days I'll be hitting the big one seven! (17). I'm so looking forward to getting all of my friends together, and while not all of them will be able to make it, I can't wait to spend some quality time with the ones who can.

12 comments:

  1. Ah I remember writing my personal statement, it is so much stress! Good luck with it. This was such such a lovely post to read!

    The Velvet Black | UK Style & Beauty Blog

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    1. Thank you so much, that means a lot to me!

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  2. what a lovely blog you have !!

    Great post had a great read :)

    keep up the good work !!



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    come say hi

    Jade

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    1. Thank you so much Jade, that's lovely to hear x

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  3. Awww, you are so beautiful! I am glad you are getting some time to relax, it's definitely needed since you've had so many stressor with University! Good luck and take care! XO -Kim
    www.thethirtysomethinglife.com

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  4. Aw thank you so much Kim! It's certainly been nice to just wind down after all the hype and chaos, I'm really appreciating the down-time. It's lovely to hear from you!

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  5. This was such a lovely post to read, I think it's so important to find the positive in things and it sounds like you are. Good luck for all your exams and things for Uni, and have a fab birthday!
    Love Lauren xx

    www.laurenshh.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you so much Lauren! I'm a big believer in focusing on the positives, so it's really encouraging to hear that I appear to be achieving my goal in making this blog a little positivity corner!

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  6. I'm going to go ahead and say it already: happy birthday!
    I love this post, it's so positive and happy ^-^
    I'm sure you'll get into university!

    x Envy
    Lost in Translation

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    1. Aw thanks, Envy! I had a wondeful day

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  7. Good luck dear! I'm just trying to write my personal statement too, feel so nervous about it :/ :) Hopefully we'll manage it successfully :)
    Simimaus

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    1. Good luck to you too! Let me know how you get on, it's an exciting time for us all!

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