Sunday, 14 April 2013

A Letter to my Sixteen year old self

Hey Everyone, 
today's post is pretty self explanatory! I don't know if any of you have ever read any of the letter to my sixteen year old self books, but I find them really interesting. There is so much I would say to my younger self but here is just a bit:



What advice would you give to your sixteen year old self? 

16 comments:

  1. Aww this is really cute, i love reading these kinds of posts, kind of remind me no matter what's happening now there will always be a better time and probably a worse time. xx

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  2. I'm 17 (18 in June) and this seriously did give me some really good advice and applied to so much that I'm experiencing at the minute, thanks :)

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    x

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    1. Hey E, OMG u r not 17 can't believe it you write like your so much older! (not in a bad way!) Hope it did give u some advice wish I'd known then what I know now would of made life a whole lot easier but I suppose we make our own mistakes for a reason!
      My birthdays in June to lol! :) x

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  3. I love these letters so much. I'm almost 16 and I try to take every piece of advice in them-it's easier said than done though
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    1. Hey, thanks for your comment wish I had known about these letters when I was 16 I probably would of done the same lol! :) x

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  4. Aww this is so cute! There's so much I'd tell my 16 year old. I think the main thing would be not to panic so much before moving to University because it ended up being the best 3 years of my life!
    Also not to let the vile guy who bullied me up until the end of school get me down because 6 years later it'll all seem like a distant memory (plus he's still a loser with no friends so karma works in wonderful ways!)
    xx

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    1. Thank you! Panic would prob be one of mine too definitely not to stress as much anyways!
      lol gotta love karma! :) x

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  5. I love reading these! I have way too much to tell myself at that age. I had a lot of issues and was very depressed and when I look back now I spent way too much time being negative. I'd also give myself some hair advice because I used to bleach it way too much haha.

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    1. haha me too this was my shortened version! Oh me to hun I think I was very negative too but we live and learn! :) x

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  6. I love your post.
    I have tried to write a letter to my 16 years old self but I couldn't find more than 3 tips. I was very relaxed kid who didn't care what other people think, still managed to get some life lasting friends. And while being a parents love child and going out quite a bit I still managed to get excellent grades. So I think I did pretty good in teenage years. I think my teenage self should write a letter for my adult self as I think it should be useful. :D

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    1. Thank you!
      Lucky you not many people can say that! lol maybe u could do a reverse letter! :) x

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  7. aw, I love this! I especially like the 'think of yourself as switzerland- this may be the best advice ever :)
    Poppy | far away

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  8. You have a great blog, I've been reading through your old posts for ages! (in a non-weird way) - loved this letter x

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    1. Thank you! lol (that made me giggle!) thanks for reading them! :) x

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