I want to teach women that they have more to offer the world than their bodies, looks, and sexuality. I’m pretty impressive. I have something to say, yet when I meet someone for the first time the question I always leave with is, “Did they think I was pretty?”
When you look at me, at any woman, respect her enough to see past her exterior.
Work on judging less. We’re all human and we all do it. But if you look at each person you meet as someone with a story that’s just as long and as complicated as yours, it will be easier for you to look at them as a whole, outside of the temporary light in which you’re seeing them.
I am not the friend that you choose to go out with to boost your self-esteem. I am not the friend you compare yourself to when you are having a shit day. I am not the friend that you love walking into a room with because all eyes fall on you. I do not wear an invisibility cloak that deems me unworthy of love, that deems me ugly, that deems me not beautiful.
In order to love someone you have to fall for not only their strengths, but also their weaknesses.
In a country where the average woman is a size 14 but a size 00 is coveted, it’s no wonder many teens struggle to accept their bodies.
The world is big, but so are your ambitions. Let no one, including yourself, stand in the way of your dreams.
If you feel like you’re not good enough: Who told you so? I’m sorry you feel like the world is not treating you right, but trust me it happens to everybody.
Frizz. The 5-letter word that my hair hates. I have lots of ways to deal with frizz and I’m sharing my top 10 hair hacks to get smooth, shiny hair.
“You make the decision to not let this person, this experience affect you any more. You put down your damn foot and you stare the past straight in the eye and you let go.”