About

 Nobody’s Perfect.

Not you, not me, not even that person you love to compare yourself to.

I believe everyone is beautiful in their own way. Everyone has something to contribute to this beautiful world.   I think that the problem shouldn’t focus on whether people are thinking negatively about themselves, but just being happy with whom they are in general. In my mind, it should all just be about being healthy and happy. Starting with accepting yourself for who you are, and loving it like it is.

Everyone and I mean EVERYONE has something they would like to fix or want different about them. You can’t let yourself think like that. Be true to yourself and recognize I love myself for who they are. I believe a person can and will overcome low self-esteem by concentrating on inner beauty. Feeling confident, ready to show the world what they can do, and who they are.

 You are special. You have what it takes to do anything you want as long as you put your mind to it. We all fit in there somewhere. No matter where you fit, you are loved by millions of people around the world.

I am on my own journey to learn how to love and appreciate myself more and more each day. It’s a constant work in progress with no real end. You have the incredible power of choice: to transform hate into love, fear into trust, scarcity into abundance and sadness into joy. All positive change starts within and is a personal responsibility. The world’s standards of beauty are flawed.

Outer beauty is important but inner beauty is far more important. It affects the way we treat other people. Outer beauty changes and it doesn’t last. If you look at what was considered beautiful even just 10 to 20 years ago, you would know that people’s outlook of what is beautiful changes quite frequently. Fashion trends change and they will never stop changing. You will never be content if you are always trying to change along with them.

True beauty — confidence, pride, and high self-esteem — is rare to find these days.

“True beauty lies deep within. No matter what you look like on the outside, if you know you are beautiful, nothing can change that.” (Davis 2011)

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  1. September 21, 2011 at 12:31 pm

    Great start, especially since you weren’t here the days we discussed about pages! I like the direction you’re going with this and I think it’ll really impact those who read it. To make it more like an about page, though, it needs to focus more on two things: the purpose of the site and why you decided to create it. I’d say that the fourth paragraph is probably the best in the sense of giving a glimpse of who you are and why you’re creating the site. Maybe add a little more about yourself to that and focus more on the site in the other paragraphs, letting us know what we can expect to find here. 🙂

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