In Inspiration

"YOU" a few words by me



Read and experience my words, accompanied by a few images, in FULL SCREEN

Being a woman isn’t easy. You are constantly told by society that you are weak and unable. That you cannot achieve what men can achieve. You are to be inferior. But I believe that as a woman you are strong. You are powerful, and you cannot be held back. You must refuse to be silenced and refuse to be tamed because you are a strong tower that cannot be moved. You must free your mind and acknowledge that you matter and you can greatly impact those around you. If you have a voice, speak. Tell the world your thoughts and make sure that you are heard, because you have a lot to say and what you say matters. You can hold your head up high with full assurance that when negativity is thrown your way, you can cultivate it into something that will shine as bright as the sun. You need to ignite the fire that is within you. When you fully accept who you are and are confident in your own skin no one, not one single person can tell you otherwise. You shouldn’t struggle for other people’s approval. You have to make a stand and never back down no matter what may attack you. You must be bold, standing tall and looking life in the face with the words “bring it on!”.




HEBREWS 13:16


-JVA

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In Guide LIFESTYLE

A Guide: Brighton

Sooo, I finally visited Brighton!!
After wanting to visit the quirky little seaside town for about a year now I finally did it and, can I say, the 2 hour train journey was worth it! I took loads of photos because Brighton is just that picturesque and wanted to share a few tips that might be useful should you decide to pay Brighton a little visit (which you should by the way).
Also! I never (EVER)  show my face in my blog posts but here it is :)
#1 GET THERE EARLY

We got there in the late morning and even then it was already quite busy. Get there early to take uninterrupted photos by the pier and at the "beach" (there's no sand btw, just stones) before it gets busy. Getting there early also allows for you to have time to go around and take creative photos and then plenty of time to relax and enjoy the sights through your own eyes rather than a camera later on.
Royal Pavilion- check it out: Pavilion Gardens, Brighton, BN1 1EE

#2 HOLD YOUR VALUABLES WITH A 'DEATH GRIP' ON THE PIER

So when you actually get on the pier, some of the planks have gaps in between them with the pier being over the water so it's important to make sure that you're holding unto everything tight or keep it all in your bag. I kept my phone in my back trouser pocket the whole time unless I wanted to take a quick photo.

#3 WATCH OUT FOR THE SEAGULLS

When I tell you that the seagulls will try to take your food away from you I mean that the seagulls 100% WILL attempt to snatch your food. They will literally hover over you if you've got food so beware!


#4 CHECK OUT SOME OF THE ART

 When it comes to Brighton, art is literally everywhere from a wall to a postbox. From creative and abstarct art to graffiti art, there's something out there for everyone. We treated finding the art works as a scavenger hunt which made it really fun!
Graffiti wall- check it out: Trafalgar Lane, Brighton, BN1 4EH

#5 TAKE LOTS OF PHOTOS

There's much to see and so many places to explore

THE LANES

From my instagram story JKEVLRE


1 CORINTHIANS 13:13


-JVA

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