We all experience a bit of bad luck sometimes.
These are normally the days when anything and everything we can think of goes wrong.
You wake up one morning and you start brushing your hair. No matter how many times you brush your hair, that one strand of hair just doesn’t want to fall into place, so you decide to pin up your hair.
You start searching for the hair pins in your bag.
You know for a fact that it is in your bag but today of all days, you can’t find it.
You feel annoyed but you decide to leave it.
You start getting dressed to go to gym. You decide to put on your favourite pair of sneakers and discover that your dog chewed up one of your laces.
At this point you are fuming with anger and if anyone says anything to you right now, you are going to snap at them.
Yes, I know the feeling. Been there done that worn the T-shirt.
The point I am trying to make is that we all experience bad days and some of us experience them more than others, but no matter how much we want to stress about it, it’s not going to change our situation, it’s only going to make it worse by lashing out at someone for no reason.
Proverbs 14 Vs 29: “He who is slow to anger has great understanding, but he who is quick-tempered exalts folly.”
Sometimes its’s best to have some quiet time, just to sit and think about things. In the heat of the moment we never realise how silly something is until we actually sit down and think about it.
Stay true to yourself.
Strappy Heels: The Fix
Jegging: The Fix
Denim Dress used as a top: Mr Price
Choker: Shop Brett Robson
Photography done by: Aimee Lekay