Stay on the sunny side of life…
I was in the mood to release my inner boho spirit so my floral crown was the perfect accessory to accomplish this and of course my new crop top which I’m quite obsessed with, I really like its print and fit. 
Without the colorful crop top I doubt I would achieve this young, wild and free look I was aiming for, besides, I find it a lovely and perfect piece for warm weather.
Flower CrownLocal bridal store |  Crop topCustom madeJeansThrifted at ToiSandalsForever 21 RingsRandom boutique along Moi Avenue
I’ve been going through bouts of depression lately, it’s something I’ve been dealing with since I was a teenager actually… Feels great to finally put it out there… I don’t want to talk any further about it, but I thought it would be best to just mention it as I am planning to write a separate post in the near future to delve deeper into it. 
 Do you have any tips on how to deal with depression? Or simple tricks of
your own on how to maintain your sanity? Please share! 🙂
I’m yet to pull myself from the “little black hole” I’m in, but until I manage to, I choose to be happy, I choose to look on and stay on the sunny side of life, I choose to laugh and smile whenever I can.
Truth be told, happiness doesn’t just land on your front door one day. It’s a choice we make everyday. 
Whatever you may be going through, remember that you are only a thought away from change, free your mind, change your thoughts in order to change your life. Choose to be in environments and around people that make you happy. We can’t be happy unless we choose to make happiness among our top goals in life.
Before I go, I want to thank everyone who read and/or left a comment on my previous post, from the warmest place in my heart thank you! 
The sweet words you left me made me realize that any time you use your words to add value to another human being, you are making the world a better place.
Think about it for a second, when you feel loved and valued, it’s easier to love and value others, right?
So every time you add value to a
human being, you’re starting sort of like a chain reaction. You’re making it easier
for someone to love the next person in their path. And who knows? That
chain reaction might make it so far down the line, affecting people whose name you don’t even know, whose faces you’ve never seen.
And it started with you.
I hope you’ll visualize that chain reaction, every time you
share a kind word. Here’s to starting more of them and making the world
better, one person at a time.
 Sending you lots of love and light. Enjoy your weekend!


25 Comments on “Sunny

    1. Thank you Steve! Sorry to hear that you've been dealing with the sucker for a long time. Thank you so much for the tips, I found them useful and I know someone somewhere did too. Welcome again!

  1. Yvonne, thats brave to just mention it, when am really on the low i go for a run and wont stop until i find a reason to laugh, am not even kidding like i have to laugh, then i come home and just deal with it but a happier me 🙂
    i love this outfit, especially the crop top, i cant wait to rock one (working on them abs 😛 )

    1. I always feel great after a morning run, I think it's because of endorphins… I'll try doing what you do one of these fine days, I think it will do me a lot of good, seriously. Thanks a lot! I'm working on them abs too, I dream of having a six pack sometimes haha!

  2. I have and still deal with depression to the point of suicide thoughts, but im slowly learning to deal with it one day at a time, i write listen to music, talk to my good friend when i have a break down but most importantly Pray, prayer works.

  3. Thank you for being brave Yvonne.I guess everyone has that side to them hey,a side of being depressed and self doubt.I think that is a result of society, family and our surrounding puts on us.I myself feel those emotions sometimes,a sense of self doubt, unworthiness and the need to prove myself but I overcome it each and everyday.The more I follow my love and passion the more peace I feel.#cooking and music heals me…maybe because I am a chef and I am artistic#

    1. Thank you too so much Samke for sharing your experience with depression, it came as a shock to me that so many people suffer from it and that people actually, often don't consider it as an illness, yet its effects are just terrible. I love what music and good food does for me, it's certainly therapeutic, we should be friends outside the cyberspace 🙂

  4. Hey Beautiful, am so sorry for how you have been feeling lately. When you speak of depression my heart shrinks with pain. I fully understand you, I have been labelled an "attention beggar","cry baby" and all that. Iv gone through serious bouts of depression and its like a never ending cycle.
    Kindly look out for your triggers, anything that makes you feel sad and takes you to that dark place, Also try and talk it out if you can.
    Depression is crazy majorly because you have battle it and act like you are okay at the same time.
    You are beautiful,its going to be fine.It will.I love you.xx

    1. Thank you so much Bella, knowing that someone like you feels the same way I feel sometimes makes me feel a little better, I mean, at least I'm not all alone on this. Thank you for your advice, I pray and hope you we beat depression. Love you too!!!

    1. Wow! I should meet your mum, I have not been checked out, like medically examined, I just know I have depression, it's staring at me right in the face haha! I think it would be nice to talk to a professional. Thank you so much Linda!

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