Contentment

A Personal Perspective

My views on contentment have completley changed these past few months. I feel like without realising I was searching for someone to feel whole. However , I have learnt that you don’t need somebody to feel whole or content…

I hadn’t really taken a step back to look at how my life was because I was engulfed in a routine of not being alone, spending time alone or thinking alone. That was the routine I thought I liked or the one I was forced into. But life for me isn’t like that now.

I have fallen in love with my own routine and my own life all over again. I love snuggling up at night by myself and watching tv before I go to bed in my own bedroom, with my own thoughts. I love going to the gym alone and swimming or sitting in the steam room alone. I love the fact that I have my independance back as it was stolen from me and replaced was a shell of the woman I am now. I was being supressed which in exchange made me depressed . I had no plans for my future however now I know I have a future. I am strong and resilient and kind to others and myself…I am so glad that I am back…

Extracting the bad out of your life is a huge step towards contentment and learning that contentment is found within yourself is another point to remember. Don’t get me wrong I love the people I have surrounding me, because they are the right people, they can make me laugh and smile and take any pressure I might be feeling away. They are kind and helpful and provide me with a metaphorical place I can call home. They contribute to my contentment inside and out and I am grateful they exist.

When it boils down to it…at the end of the day, you are you and always will be so it is important to find contentment your own way…

Lots of love

Intent for content x

Inked

A Personal Perspective

I walked down the steep stair case into the little room…

I saw the black, leather chair I was about to lie on for the hour. Everything was clean and sterile, like a weird hospital room in a movie, but with a kinder feeling to it. There were pretty pictures and drawings entwining with eachother perfectly, flowing around the room until they joined back to the beginning.

My first tattoo was of course a stereotypical quote, haha. I loved the quote and know I always will, the italics made an elegant touch on my thigh. The pain wasn’t too bad just an uncomfortable feeling.

My second tattoo is my favourite. I always wanted an ankle bracelet type tattoo. This one was mega painful I wont lie to you…take something to squeeze and someone to talk to if you decide to get your ankle tattooed.

People have there different opinions when it comes to inking your body because of course it is a permanent choice (unless you get lazer removal, the joys of modern technology!) .

Personally I love the thought of tattooing your body because it is somewhat a memory of a time in your life, like a past time. Some tattoos have a deeper meaning such as names of people and quotes which link to peoples real lives. I love the self expression that comes with inking, it is your choice and your decision. When you put it into perspective tattooists are so talented.

A Social Media Shoutout

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Hiya, Hello, Good Evening to all those reading…

So just a little chatty note for everyone not so much a story or a deep life experience. However… I am now completeley active on Instagram and would love to see some of my wonderful followers over on the app as well! One of my goals for my blog is to develop it on all social media platforms as it is a dream of mine and I want to gain an audience that I can chat to, relate to and support there platforms as well…

My instagrams is @intentforcontent if you want to follow me I’d love to see you there and follow you back of course haha! Comment your names and links in the comment section below if you would like me to follow you!

https://www.instagram.com/intentforcontent/

Hope to see some of you there…lets get networking like those cool high end bosses do with linkedin

Intent for Content x