Keep your head held high!


I’m not in a happy place, something is unsettling and something half done, almost like a cake that didn’t rise in the oven or a cup of coffee turned cold. You know the feeling when you are all alone on a Friday evening and you start reflecting on things that are trivial ( or maybe not!) I’m not many years away from turning 30 so today in a moment of self proclaimed maturity (that comes with age) I’m writing a post full of thoughts that are strolling through my mind as my tea is brewing and the autumn sky is slowly getting darker! 

  • Don’t waste time!

 The older I grow the more I realise how useless it is to waste time, on random people and on complicated emotions, because like time they’ll pass. The chase will soon be over, people will indulge and then go and the feelings will evaporate like alcohol! Yet I know it is inevitable, weeping n sulking on evenings that quickly roll into nights and before you realise you are in your pyjamas preparing for bed.Time is gone!

  • Your Confidence 

Confidence, is your biggest accessory and the most glamorous one ! She ( yes I believe she’s a female) needs pampering every now and again because people, they can be tiring, with comments in passing and unsolicited indifference ; and it happens to all of us! Wrestle quietly with such people and protect your confidence; trust me, giving up, running away or praying that it never happened, those feelings go away as you get older, because you know it’ll happen, all you need to do is walk through it! 

  • Know Yourself

Spend time with yourself , more time; and do creative things, take time to know who you are and how much better you can become! 

My bedroom is always tidy, my wardrobe is an example of unparalleled organisation, but my handbag, I can never find a thing in it?

I’m confused one moment and determined the other. I sway between confidence and self doubt. My love for snuggling up with my husband on the couch, watching a movie on a Friday night, way surpasses the desire to glam up and go out! I like my quiet holidays on the beach with a book. I like planning things for my blog and my career, it’s safe to say I like planning! And all this is me! A simple humble person with fierce passion to do a lot of things! Someone who has occasional moments of frustration, genuine dissatisfaction, and some sudden surge of emotions but that’s all human.I realise that getting older means getting richer, richer with more accomplishments, more moments to cherish, some joys, some sorrows, more shoes bought, more books read, more marathons run, and more creativity unfolded; so I remind myself, what have we got to worry about? Let’s keep our head held high n let’s just keep hustling like we do!


Love
Snigdha xx

What I’m wearing 

Top: Topshop ( similar)

Culottes: Zara

Coat: Newlook

Shoes: Asos

Bag: Mulberry 

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16 thoughts on “Keep your head held high!

  1. This one is an excellent read. .. Not only for girls but for everyone in general. Love the way you exemplify what you say with your own experiences. Keep writing 😘Xx

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  2. I so much can relate to this post…I too get confused one moment and super determined the other. Beam with confidence in one and doubt myself in another.. But the most important part yes off course is to keep the ball rolling and keep doing what we truly love! Great post ! Keep writing :* :*
    Shayan

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  3. I have always found you very mature and determined and over the period of time you have improved more that I can say by reading this post.. Such a great advice coming from a young person like you which can motivate a person of any age. I can so relate to each word of it. Felt so energetic and inspired re add ING this post…

    Not to mention. U look astonishing in this outfit…. Very chic….

    Luv,
    Supriya xxxx

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