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THE HAPPINESS PRINCIPLE
In writing this article I was first inspired by the four images that are above. I found them while scouring tumblr on a few of my other (but not to be named) blogs. These blogs I don’t search for fashion, although it does pop up, but more for other images that inspire me. Generally whenever I see images like these I am often captured. I love seeing true genuine happiness expressed for a photo. Yes, many of these might have been poses, however I find it hard to look at them and not – smile. One of the biggest lessons I have learnt over the course of my few years living abroad (I put ‘abroad’ in loose terms here) is that being happy is a choice you make. It is so easy to fall into step with being unsatisfied with your life. So often I have seen people complain about their worlds but simply refuse to do nothing about it. It is your choice whether to smile back at that stranger or not. It is these simple things that can add a little bit of joy to your life. For myself personally, I love to just laugh. Not laugh at others necessarily but laugh at myself, at God – for He is funny!  - at my crazy thoughts, at my horrible handwriting and the list goes on. I read an interesting post on instagram the other day saying how laughing at yourself is one of the best things you can do. In this day and age we become so caught up in everything that is seemingly going wrong so that we never capture the moments when things are going right. In life we will face hard times but if I have learnt anything it is to appreciate the good times more. Gain from life every bit that you can. If we love freely, give freely, have compassion, learn not to take ourselves so seriously and just genuinely  begin to enjoy life for all that it has to offer us no matter how much or little we have I think we will be on a path to true happiness and joy.

“The most important thing is to enjoy your life—to be happy—it’s all that matters.”  - Audrey Hephburn

THE HAPPINESS PRINCIPLE

In writing this article I was first inspired by the four images that are above. I found them while scouring tumblr on a few of my other (but not to be named) blogs. These blogs I don’t search for fashion, although it does pop up, but more for other images that inspire me. Generally whenever I see images like these I am often captured. I love seeing true genuine happiness expressed for a photo. Yes, many of these might have been poses, however I find it hard to look at them and not – smile. One of the biggest lessons I have learnt over the course of my few years living abroad (I put ‘abroad’ in loose terms here) is that being happy is a choice you make. It is so easy to fall into step with being unsatisfied with your life. So often I have seen people complain about their worlds but simply refuse to do nothing about it. It is your choice whether to smile back at that stranger or not. It is these simple things that can add a little bit of joy to your life. For myself personally, I love to just laugh. Not laugh at others necessarily but laugh at myself, at God – for He is funny!  - at my crazy thoughts, at my horrible handwriting and the list goes on. I read an interesting post on instagram the other day saying how laughing at yourself is one of the best things you can do. In this day and age we become so caught up in everything that is seemingly going wrong so that we never capture the moments when things are going right. In life we will face hard times but if I have learnt anything it is to appreciate the good times more. Gain from life every bit that you can. If we love freely, give freely, have compassion, learn not to take ourselves so seriously and just genuinely  begin to enjoy life for all that it has to offer us no matter how much or little we have I think we will be on a path to true happiness and joy.

“The most important thing is to enjoy your life—to be happy—it’s all that matters.”  - Audrey Hephburn

i have a job interview on monday and i was wondering how do you dress for business casual (i'm a girl) xx

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Hi there - well it really depends on what sort of business you are entering into. If it is a formal office I would opt for something more smart casual ie trousers or a pencil skirt. Also if it is less casual stick to black and white for the outfit - neutrals are a better way to go. If it is more on the casual side play around with colour. Also don’t wear very high heels. Stick to mid-heels or nice flats. I hope this helps you xo

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