Hello everybody! Today I have created a list of the top 10 apps for every #GirlBoss. I want to give a special thanks to some of my friends for giving app suggestions for this post. Now without further adieu…….
This first app is called SHEIN. Shein is a shopping app where you can buy cute inexpensive clothes. They also have beauty supplies, accessories, and room decor.
This next app is called Tasty. I love tasty because I have been experimenting with a lot of cooking lately. There are so many yummy recipes on this app. Tasty also has recipes for people with food allergies or special diets.
I LOOOVE Bitmoji! Bitmoji is an app where you can create an emoji that looks like you. You can use the app in your messages to send stickers to your friends.
#4. Marco Polo
Macro Polo is an app where instead of texting your friends you send them a video. I enjoy using it because it gives more depth and emotion to your messages. You can also do voice filters to make your friends laugh.
Most of you know what Spotify is. It is a good app for listening to music. You can create playlists or listen to stations. There is also a paid subscription you can use to have unlimited access to all the songs.
Sandbox is a really satisfying app. It is a color by number app. I love how many free creations there are that you can color.
I talked a little about Bloglovin in a previous post “Check Out My Blog On Bloglovin”. This app is cool because you can read my blog posts easier on the go.
I use boomerang to make fun loop videos. Once you record the short video it keeps going on a loop.
#9. Google Calendar
I personally prefer the Google Calendar app to the calendar app that came with my iPhone. I can color code my events on my Google Calendar which makes it easier to find things.
Last but not least Slices. Slices is a geometric game where you try and fit slices of food together. It is a fun game that is harder than it looks.
Now for the Giveaway! I will be giving away 3 cute fall phone wallpapers!
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- Write a note of why you are grateful for someone and give it to them
- Send me a message on my Contact Page about your experience doing the act of service and the reaction of the person you gave the note to.
This giveaway ends on Tuesday, November 13.
Hey everyone! Today I am going to talk about a really hard subject. If you feel triggered by this post in any way or you don’t feel like you are ready to talk about this- don’t keep reading, come back to it when you are ready 😉.
Suicide is becoming a huge issue. So many teens are struggling with suicidal thoughts and actions. The way I see it is that Satan is trying to get rid of the youth of our day. The youth of today are very important in God’s plan. Satan is just trying to bring us down.
I have struggled with suicidal thoughts first hand. I have been working through it for the last three years. It is exhausting. We must not try to carry this burden on our own. My parents have been a tremendous part of my recovery.
Once I reached out to my parents they were able to set up a counseling appointment for me. The counselor was able to teach me how recognize the signs that led up to the suicidal thoughts. I created an emotional emergency kit that I could use when I was in trauma.
If you are trying to overcome these destructive thoughts I have a list of five things you can do.
#1 Listen to Fight Song by Rachel Platten (Really Listen to the Chorus)
#2 Reach Out to Someone You Trust and Stay Near Them
#3 Check in With a Parent Every Night
#4 Get Outside Yourself and Serve Someone Else
#5 Take a Week Off of Social Media
I hope that you were able to get something out of this post. The main thing I want you to take away is that you are not alone and you are worth something no matter what the devil whispers in your ear.
Today I want to talk about depression. I have personally struggled with it. I have been talking to a lot of people about it recently and realized how common depression really is. The number one thing you need to remember is that you need REACH OUT. Tell your parents, grandparents, a counselor, etc. Anyone you feel comfortable with. Sometimes I send a quick text to my parents to give them an update on how I’m doing.
The next thing is you need to find friends that you can relate to. I have been to a lot of camps this summer. At two of them I made some new friends that have suffered from and are working through the same things I am. Having a good support network is really important.
The last tip I want to give you is a great resource that I have used when I had nothing else left. Below is a link to my church website. They have so many great resources on depression. I hope that you will be able to find true healing. Always remember that God loves you and he is always there. All you have to do is cry out to him and say: “I don’t have anything left to give, please carry my burden.” Sometimes he doesn’t answer your prayer exactly the way you want but he knows what he is doing and it will turn out for the best.😉