6.18.2017

On: Hope & Hopelessness.

Marylebone, London, UK

"I see the world in light, I see the world in wonder"

Hello! And welcome to In My Sunday best 4.0! I hope you like the new design and I hope it feels a little more simple and a bit more accesible. I'll be talking about the design in a more detailed post, but for now, let's talk about hope (and the occasional lack of it), it is a Sunday after all.
I'll be completely honest and say that this post was veering towards discussing 'disposability' in the millennial era, but I've been listening to Hillsong United's new song 'Wonder' and it, along with this beautifully sunny Boden dress inspired me to write something more uplifting. Well, first things first, guess who is blogging as a means of procrastination? This girl right here! I'm currently multitasking flicking between typing this and steadily working my way through a stack of job applications, but it's 19:01pm, my mind is buzzing and my mouth is dry with the remnants of this morning's coffee etched in the cracks of my lips. My eyes are burning from having stared aimlessly at my laptop for far too many hours and I'm feeling a surge of pure unadulterated optimism and encouragement. I have a few boxes (for lack of a better word) to tick over the coming weeks, and the drop kick into adult life has been uh... quite difficult, and for someone like myself who is super impatient, all this waiting around has sent me into a mini meltdown. For about three weeks after I finished my hand in's, I just cocooned. I disappeared and allowed myself to wallow in some of the sadness I had to put aside whilst I was finishing my exhibition. I don't regret this period of mourning, it's healthy to allow yourself to understand and work through your pain / grief for a while. But what isn't healthy is not moving on from it. Allow yourself to feel everything deeply and then swim out of those depths and get back onto the shore, push your toes into the sand, feel the sun on your skin and revel in the beauty of the world. There are lot's of awful things in the world, and life is short, so hold on, keep strong and keep swimming, eventually my friends.. the tide will turn.


What I Wore...

Dress* - Boden | Sandals* - Boden | Camera - Depop | Earrings - Topshop

So, what say you on hope and the occasional lack of it? How do you stay hopeful in difficult situations?

x

7 comments

  1. loving IMSB 4.0!! I think it is a reflection of you and your blog!

    a tasteful post; I really like your dress. a bit of brightness during a dark time for many x

    www.lifeofchi.co.uk

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  2. hello sunshine, you look so beautiful in this dress

    www.ladesblog.com

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  3. I agree. You have to allow yourself time to mourn and feel the emotions. But then pick yourself up straight after! I can really relate, I am also very impatient.

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  4. Love the new theme Sade!
    I can be very impatient as well, but then I often tell myself "eveything good will come". And of course I think of past times were my impatience have yielded nothing, so why bother? I place my trust in the Lord as well!

    www.KacheeTee.com

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  5. I am so glad that you are back Sade! Don't go away for so long, maybe?
    Love! Love!! Love!!! This new theme.

    The key thing is to allow yourself to feel everything deeply because you tend to move on from whatever pain or hurt you are experiencing quickly.

    Oréoluwa’s blog

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  6. Completely agree, hope your feeling better now. Love the new website
    Lauren
    livinginaboxx | bloglovin

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  7. I absolutely agree it's important to give yourself time to mourn but most important is to not put a time frame on it. How does one say I give myself a few weeks max to get over "x"yrs relationship? How is that realistic. The complexities and feelings that have grown over time are suddenly meant to disappear in a week or so? No. It's true somewhat that relationships are not as highly regarded in our generation but then I see people like yourselves who hold it of importance so my bet is there will come a time when you find a person who thinks just like you. Grieve the relationship but dont regret it we learn so much about ourselves from each other. So reflect on the lessons he taught you. - x

    Ps: Sade you always got me out here writing 4 page letters in your comments section lol

    PPs: you look gorgeous in your dress

    Lavinya Royes - Fashion & Lifestyle Blog

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XOXO Sade

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