Christmas Is Coming

1416320304237223Guys, it’s almost Christmas 2015! This is so exciting! A lot of great, crazy things have happened this year and I love having Christmas and New Year’s as a time to reflect on everything that has happened. Thank you so much to everyone for always being there for me no matter what. I’ve had an absolutely amazing time this year with my friends, family, and new co-workers! This year I discovered even more about myself, even thought I thought I knew all I needed to! 

Last year when I was reliving moments from my childhood by watching old creepy cartoons from decades ago, I stumbled across one with a really old Christmas song. For a whole year I tried searching for it—and I was determined to finally find it this year. After hours of searching on Google, I finally found it! What a relief. It was on a woman’s blog, who, yes, also searched for it for ages until she found it and was kind enough to post it on her own blog to end the suffering of others. It’s a song from 1946 and it’s called “All Around The Christmas Tree”. It is WAY too underrated. There’s two videos of it on YouTube with a very small view count, not to mention the fact that I spent a year looking for it. I feel like it has the potential of being a Christmas classic. Too late, I guess. Check it out here:

There’s less than two weeks until Christmas time. That means under two weeks to buy the perfect present(s), get all your Christmas movie watching time in, and all of the awesome Christmas goodies you get to eat! I hope everyone has a great holiday season. Make it the best one yet! xoxo

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7 Things I Learned From Being A Kid

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We’ve all learned a couple of things from being a kid and we have all had some positive and some negative childhood experiences. As a kid, I was extremely shy and very awkward. Which is like the complete opposite for me now, seeing as I am outgoing and talkative. But nonetheless, here are the seven things that I learned from being a kid.

You’ll never outgrow your favourite toys.

I still wish I had my entire Hamtaro play set, all four of my Tamagotchis, my Pixel Chix set, my Hamtaro plushies, and my My Scene dolls. Some days I just look on eBay and dream of buying them all back. On a more positive note, I still sleep with Blankey every night. It’s a Winnie the Pooh blanket that was bought a week before I was born for me, and my boyfriend and I love it. As a kid I’d tell my parents, “When I become a bratty teenager and want to throw it away, make sure you hold onto it, okay?” Well thank God I never went through that stage.

Christmas is the absolute best time of year.

Even though Christmas is great as an adult, it just doesn’t feel as magical as it did when you were a kid. I learned that being a kid is great because you believe in magic, you are innocent and carefree and just focus on having fun. Cookies, presents, trees, snowmen, snow angels, Santa, reindeer, Christmas movies, and the scent of pine all bring back nostalgia from a person’s childhood. 

Adults are not always right.

When you’re a kid, adults seem so superior. They are older, can tell you what to do, and can boss you around. As a kid you think adults are perfect and never make any mistakes. But as a matter of fact that is indeed very far fetched from the truth. Adults are not always right, and as we grow up, we learn that.

It’s okay to be weird.

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Let’s get one thing straight: people are judgemental assholes, even as kids. If you’re not alike everyone else and you do your own thing and have different interests, you will be an outsider, teased, called weird, and even bullied. But as we grow older, we tune out what everyone else is saying because we are happy for who we are and what we like. We no longer need to listen to others, we’ve grown and learned that it doesn’t matter what anyone else has to say. If we’re happy, then that’s all that matters. Besides, being weird is better than being just like everyone else.

You need to have confidence in life.

Confidence is key. Once you have confidence, you can be happy anywhere you go. Having confidence in life is crucial. If you never think you’re good at anything or have a good ability, then where will you go? Doubting yourself is the worst thing you can do for low self esteem. Be positive, be confident, and good things will come your way.

Never take anything for granted.

If something (or someone) good is happening in your life, never take it for granted and assume it will always be there. Smile, be happy, and love it. 

Just breathe because you’ll make it one day.

This last one is more like a message to myself. Like previously said, I was a really weird kid. As I grew older, I didn’t have many friends, I had a weird style, I didn’t act like everyone else because I matured way quicker than the other kids, I had different interests, and I had a different personality. Therefore, in grade school I was bullied and teased and harassed, even by the teachers. There was probably two teachers that actually showed me respect at that school. No one ever believed in me, I was just that ugly weird girl in the corner who has one friend, wears Hannah Montana tattoos in her face, hides in the bathroom during recess and hides in the locker room during gym class. Yeah, I didn’t have much confidence then. But bam, I was thirteen and I wrote and self published my first novel which made kids in my class glow with envy. Then I wrote, directed, and starred in a Christmas play that the whole school and their parents came to see. Then I graduated and more years passed. I fixed my eyebrows and my hair, I wore make-up, I had a better style, but more importantly, I found myself and grew confidence. (I was kinda teased in high school too, but I brought it onto myself by being a bitch. Oh well, those people deserved it.) Now I run a blog, have an amazing older boyfriend, run a YouTube channel and actually have a fan base, and I’m trying to get my books in the stores. So see, kiddies, anything is possible. Believe in yourself to be a better person. Just remember to be kind to others even when it’s hard, and love yourself!

See you soon,

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Merry Christmas Eve

Merry Christmas Eve! With less than 24 hours on the clock, we can officially say that Christmas is almost here! Hasn’t time just flown by? I can remember writing a post in early November about Christmas coming quickly this year and it feels like I wrote it just yesterday. With that being said, I’m writing this blog to show you guys everything Christmasy. I decorated my room, my pets’ cages/tanks, and my tree. 

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I put lights up around the perimeter of my room!

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Can’t forget the Christmas gift baskets from friends filled with goodies! 

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The Christmas tree!

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MERRY CHRISTMAS

TO ALL

AND TO ALL

A GOOD NIGHT!


Have an amazing Christmas everyone filled with great food and presents, but more importantly, loved ones!

xoxo Victoria 🙂