a new sense of Adventure

                                                   Top - Glamorous // Jamie Jeans - Topshop // Sandals - H&M

On this sunny day me and my cousin Monica took a walk and found this beautiful field, not only did my hair being green cheer me up but the weather was perfect! I noticed I've been missing something from my life lately and I figured it out - Adventure. Now if you took a look into my brain you'd find a lot of eclectic music, art, award winning documentaries/Movies/animations, books that changed my thinking, memories I cherish and some I'd like to forget. If you kept looking you'd hit my Worry catalogue of fear, anxiety, spiders, self criticism, insecurities and a constant need for perfection. And this need for perfection is something I battle with all the time, sometimes it's useful but often it's a hindrance. But on this day out in the field with my cousin I felt something I hadn't in a while, excitement and adventure. We had no idea where we were heading but the journey was more rewarding than the outcome, and then it hit me, my thinking has been all wrong I've been so focused on the outcomes that I haven't been enjoying the adventure. Ok I know this is a little deep but I didn't jut wanna put a superficial post without some authenticity about what I'm learning about myself. And maybe there's someone out there who needs to lighten up and rediscover their sense of adventure too, there's so much that I want to do and achieve and letting go of perfectionism is only the beginning. Hope you enjoyed this post and let me know how you deal with perfectionism down below, I'd love to get some tips.

                                                                                              Yolanta x


  1. Amazing pictures, I love the green hair! x
    It's the spontaneous things that usually turn out to be the most fun and like you said, they make us feel free. I'm definitely a perfectionist myself and I sometimes wish I could turn that off. I find it helpful to think about the outcome of a situation ( if it goes wrong, what is the worst than could happen?, it's usually not that bad at all) or to simply turn off my phone and spend some time in the garden reading or listening to the music, just to take my mind off. x


    1. Its so true when you put it like that, what is the worst that could happen! It's reassuring to know I'm not the only perfectionist on the planet haha! I'll definitely try out your methods maybe getting lost in a book will do the trick. :) xx

  2. Wow, your photos are gorgeous! The top is to die for. I do sometimes feel like I'm the only one of my friends who has a sense of adventure but it is different for every person!

    Rachael at broomfie.blogspot.com

  3. Gorgeous pictures, love the outfit and your hair! x

    Electra Violet ||


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