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Anonymous asked: TV show; Look.

Oooh thank you x

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Anonymous asked: I saw that post about the girl and her ex and I was wondering what can someone do to reignite that spark?

I’d say, do new and spontaneous things. Go to places you’ve always wanted to see together, go and dine out when you can, have a picnic at the park, go paint balling, Ice skating, camping… Anything you haven’t tried before.
Talk to your partner and tell them you want to try new things. You’re never going to be younger than you are at this moment, and it is such a shame to waste your youth on anything that isn’t exploring, traveling and enjoying everything you can enjoy x

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Anonymous asked: Me and my boyfriend of 3 years broke up a while ago. I now understand that we lacked passion. We became like an old married couple. What's your opinion on this?

Sadly, that tends to happen in most relationships. This is why most relationships don’t work in the sense of “forever”.
I believe that in life, you should find someone who will challenge you in all the right ways. If you don’t (which is likely as it is a rare and wonderful thing to find the person your heart fully desires) then you have to accept that you have to make do with what you’ve got and make it work. After a few years in a relationship, things get boring and you get into a routine you hate…
You and your partner are responsible for that happening and it is in your hands to change it. It can get hard, but if you want to have a life long relationship with someone, you have to work hard to keep that spark going. It happens in most long term relationships, but the ones who survive it, are the ones who work hard to keep it x

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