Kiama Holiday

Hello my loves ❤

Another short but sweet post ❤

So from 20/11 till 23/11, I went down the south coast of Sydney, Australia to a beautiful little coastal suburb called Kiama.

It was honestly breathtaking, from the moment I got there till the moment I left, I was speechless. The place I stayed in, the environment, the people, the weather, everything was beautiful, nothing could be faulted.

This holiday was a time for me to switch off, focus on myself, & figure out my future & also what 2018 will bring for me both physically & mentally.

I have never thought so much in my life – I honestly thought so much whilst I was away. So many things were put into perspective for me & I had to make some tough decisions in life, but I know that they benefited me in every way possible.

I have big goals for 2018 to conquer & I know I am more than capable to achieve these, I am happy to now start working on myself & make myself happy.

Whilst I was there I made myself breakfast, lunch + dinner – I enjoyed living independently, that was a good test. (Not ready to move out of home yet, haha)

I went to the gym every day whilst I was there which was fun, I am happy that I got to squeeze some workouts in. Everyone at the gym were so friendly, I couldn’t believe how friendly they were.

I went for long walks, meditated a lot, relaxed, de-stressed, watched teevee, ate lots of food, & truly took some timeout.

Below are some photos that I took whilst I was down there, I didn’t spend much time on my phone as I wanted to enjoy my company & breath in a different lifestyle.


I hope you enjoyed my photos ❤

Wherever you are in the world, have a lovely day ❤

A, x (1)

It’s The Things That Shock You That Wake You Up

Hello loves, ❤


It’s usually the things that shock you that open your eyes and wake you up.


It’s the soul-shattering moments that make you realize who you really are, who you want to be, and what kind of life you want to live.


It’s the moments that completely shatter you that show you who’s going to be there for you and who you’re better off without.


It’s the heartbreak that makes you question everything about love until it leads you to the greatest love of all.


It’s the difficult moments that shape us. It’s the hard truths that teach us the lessons we need to learn and it’s the pain that makes us grow.


It’s the things that we completely didn’t see coming that force us to look for answers, to reinvent ourselves, to fight back, to rise up and find our own path.


It’s the things that drown us that make us want to fight for our lives.


It’s always the things that break us that help us heal ourselves.


It’s always the people who let us down that push us into the arms of the ones who truly care.


It’s always the ones who didn’t choose us that force us to choose ourselves.


It is only when we actively divest ourselves of the things that weigh us down and the things that make our lives harder that we can truly evolve and find real meaning in our lives, find closure, find our purpose and find our true calling.


It is only when we decide to let go of the residue from the past heartbreaks, obstacles, and tragedies that we can truly live a healthy life. A life that is free of unwarranted fear, negativity, and toxicity.


The universe wants us to be happy (or so I’d like to believe) — it’s the end goal. And sometimes, we have to go through difficult phases of self-reflection and transitional periods to understand which direction the universe wants us to go to and what it really wants from us. Sometimes we have to truly wallow in our misery so we can learn how to bask in our happiness.


Sometimes we have to lose all hope before we find unwavering faith.


Wherever you are in the world, have a lovely day ❤

A, x (1)