34 Inspirational Self Love Quotes to Make Yourself Stronger

Self Love Quotes

“Love yourself first and everything else falls into line. You really have to love yourself to get anything done in this world.” – Lucille Ball

“Remember always that you not only have the right to be an individual, you have an obligation to be one.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

“If you have the ability to love, love yourself first.” – Charles Bukowski

“When you adopt the viewpoint that there is nothing that exists that is not part of you, that there is no one who exists who is not part of you, that an...

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How to activate dark mode for Instagram

Running Instagram in dark mode can help conserve power (as Google's research has revealed), it's easier on the eyes at night, the contrast can make text easier to read and perhaps most importantly, it just looks cool.

Developers have been scrambling to update their apps with new color schemes in recent months (Google Chrome, Facebook and Twitter have all received makeovers), and Instagram is one of the latest to gain the option.

However, enabling dark mode for Instagram isn't as simple as flicking a switch in the app, and it isn't yet available to everyone. As head of Instagram Adam Mosseri notes in a tweet, you need to be running the latest version of the mobile operating system – that is, Android 10 or iOS 13 – to enjoy the dark tones:

Starting today, you can use Instagram in dark mode on iOS 13 or Android 10. Turn dark mode on your phone to try it out. 

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8 Ways to Help Your Child Be More Empathetic

Young children have a lot of BIG feelings, and it is our job to help them learn how to take all of those big feelings and turn them into positive social interactions. On top of teaching them how to act on their own feelings, we also want to make sure that they are also learning how to empathize with others when they are struggling.

Little ones have a hard time with empathy because of one simple reason: They don’t understand theory of mind.

Theory of mind is the concept that other people have thoughts and feelings that differ from our own. And young children struggle big-time with this. The idea that someone else might not be thinking the same thing or feeling the same way is a totally foreign concept to them!

Children from birth to 5 years old are quite egocentric, and need they explicit teaching to learn how to consider the thoughts and feelings of others. So how do we boost our children...

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Heartwarming War Photos You've Probably Never Seen Before

Edith Steiner, a Jewish woman who survived the Holocaust, and John Mackay, the Scottish Soldier that saved her. They were married July 17th, 1946, and will be celebrating their 73rd wedding anniversary this year!

Source: Reddit

A romance story for the ages if ever there were one. After rescuing a group of Jewish survivors from Auschwitz the Allied troops put together a dance in a local hall that was attended by both soldiers and survivors. Among the attendees were Edith, then known as Eci, and John Mackay. While the two never met while he was helping her out of the camp, they did spend the evening dancing.

While Edith grew up in Hungary, she and John continued seeing each other before marrying and building a life for themselves in Dundee, Sco...

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People Are Sharing Different Ways That People Arrange Their Bedrooms And Some Of The Options Might Scare You

It’s said that you know you’ve become an adult when you put your bed against the middle of the wall rather than the corner. You can see why one would make this association: people living with a partner arrange their bed so that each person can get out of their respective side of the bed without disturbing the other. Someone responsible enough to wash their sheets frequently wants this chore to be as convenient as possible. Moving into a room large enough that it’s no longer necessary to shove the bed into a corner for space might represent a turning point in life.

Even so, plenty of single adults are up to the challenge of crawling across their beds to change the sheets and like sleeping in corners just fine. Some of us can’t imagine giving it up for anything, actually. If you have a hard time imagining sleeping peacefully in this spacious minimalist bedroom, you’re not the only one. Why is this?

Tumblr users started this odd debate...

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How to Help Your Child Develop a Growth Mindset

Is your child one that gives up easily? Do they sulk and say “I can’t do it” when things get difficult?

Or is your child brave & resilient, knowing that with the right effort and strategies, she can accomplish anything?

These two very different mindsets start during childhood and follow your child right into adulthood. They are described by Dr Carol Dweck at Stanford University as a Fixed mindset vs a Growth mindset.

People with fixed mindsets believe that their skills and abilities can’t be altered in a significant way, that they are “fixed.” This is the child who believes they just aren’t good at math and that no matter what they do, they never will be. People with fixed mindsets avoid challenges and r...

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Best Places To Visit In A Campervan UK – The Ultimate Guide

Owning a camper van gives you the freedom to head out onto the open road at a moments notice, travelling to wherever your heart desires whenever the feeling takes you. Many of our British readers spend a lot of time scrolling through their favourite Van Life Instagram accounts while looking at pictures of vanlifers in hot and sunny climates overseas; wanderlust can do that to a person. But the truth is that an off grid adventure to Morocco or racing off road trucks to Sardinia isn’t always a viable option. Work and family commitments mean that sometimes you have to stay a little closer to home, but that’s where we’re here to help. We’ve made a list of the best places to visit in a campervan UK, and it’s going to change your holiday plans forever.

spots to your journey plans. From stunning castles to epic coastal roads, we’ve found 10 of the best places to visit in a campervan UK on your next road trip. Now all you need to do is fill up with fuel and get out onto ...

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The History Of The Camper Van – How Did Vanlife Start?

If you’re a regular reader on our site, then I think it’s safe to say that you’re a bonafide camper van enthusiast. We spend a lot of time scrolling through our favourite Van Life Instagram feeds and our top portable Tiny House YouTube Channels in a bid to learn more about how the van life culture is evolving and spreading across the globe. When I first started my journey to build a campervan, the vanlife hashtag had around 400’000 users. Yesterday’s count put it on a whopping 6million users; that’s a heck of a lot of growth in just two years.

But what do we know about the history of the camper van before social media threw vandwellers into the spotlight? Sure, we know that the Volkswagen Bus Camper played a big part in getting free spirits out of the city and into the wilderness, but the trail goes a lot further back than that. We’re going to take you on a ‘time-team’ style journey to the early 1800s and check out where the camper van first began. Think of...

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The Best Of: Spring & Summer Makeup Trends

 

We find ourselves in full spring mode. A couple more hours of sunlight each day and rising temperatures, and we’re already ready for summer. The only thing better than #springbreak and floral prints is the new spring makeup launches and gorgeous beauty trends that’ll pull us out of a winter beauty stalemate.

We’ve gathered up the trends influencing new makeup launches that we’ll be wearing all season long, and through summer!

Coral is having a moment

From lipstick to blush, we’re seeing coral shades everywhere. The best thing about this shade of orange is its versatility: looks just as gorge on eyes, lips, and cheeks, and suits every skin t...

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