Dear 15 Year Old Me

Back in July the lovely Jennie nominated me to do the ‘Dear 15 Year Old Me’ tag. The idea is you think of an answer for each of the five prompts that your 15 year old self would appreciate and give advice you wish you had heard when you were younger. The tag was originally started by Everyday Magic With Jubilee and Mom Life With Chiari.

Rules:

  • Post the tag and image above
  • Mention the creators of the tag and link back to their blog
  • Thank whoever nominated you and link back to their blog
  • Nominate 5 other bloggers that you love and notify them by commenting on their latest post

1. Don’t be hard on yourself because…

You’re your own biggest critic. We are toughest on ourselves when we often don’t need that pressure. If something is not going to matter in five minutes or a month from now don’t spend time worrying and stressing about it. Those who are closest to you appreciate you for who you are.

2. The relationship you’re in…

You won’t be in relationship for a few years yet but don’t settle and worry too much, things will happen when they happen. Waiting to get into a relationship rather than forcing anything or being in a relationship for the sake of it makes you realise what you actually want and teaches you how look after yourself and treat other people. When it finally happens you will feel more grateful and it will be special.

3. You will get through this because…

You are stronger than you know! Music will always be there after a hard day too.

4. Don’t get caught up in thinking…

School life is how things will be once you have finished and left school. If you don’t feel like you fit in or you don’t enjoy each part of your day that is okay. Being independent, doing things for yourself, staying motivated and working hard will take you far.

5. These experiences will help you learn…

You are going through one of the most unpredictable times of life. Feelings change constantly, emotions are high and you’re still discovering and learning about yourself. Have hope that everything will work out how it’s supposed to. Take time, enjoy the small things, be kind to yourself and keep going.

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What advice would you give your 15 year old self?

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6 thoughts on “Dear 15 Year Old Me

  1. chloeburford says:

    This is such great advice, at 15 we are all so guilty of being too harsh on ourselves and these are definitely some things I wish was said to me at 15! The last point about learning from these experiences is SO important, there is always some good in the bad xx

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    • Chanelle says:

      Teenage years are tough, finding your friend group, trying to decide on what to study/your career, hormones and all that jazz, it’s no wonder some people struggle. I believe everything happens for a reason and even if it’s bad at the time something good will come of it 🙂 x

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  2. Rossy Galaxy says:

    i feel like what i would write to my 15 year old self is so similar as to what you’ve written here. looking back things seem like not a big deal but i remember everything being a big deal. i would love to do this post over on my life blog, i apologize if it takes me a while doll ❤

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    • Chanelle says:

      Teenage can be a tough time. I agree looking back now everything seemed like a big deal but I guess that’s part of growing up, what once mattered probably won’t down the line 😊 no hurry at all, can’t wait to read your answers!

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