We all know the proverb ‘Charity begins at home’. Similarly, love starts with the self. Ever since I decided that it was time to love myself regardless of my flaws and what other people have said to me, was the day I set myself free. Even though it is difficult to love ourselves, we need to do it. The benefits of loving yourself are unlimited. Trust me, you will see your life change the minute you begin to love yourself, unapologetically, whole-heartedly. Start telling yourself things you love about yourself.
Hello beautiful people,
How are you all doing? It has been a hot minute since I have really been inspired to write a blog post, about something that has really impacted my life in a major way.
As some of you know, I was mugged a few weeks ago. My phone was taken and I was distraught the day it happened. I kept thinking how am I going to keep up with social media and my blog? The first few days were difficult. I had fomo and was literally lost without having a phone in my hands. How was I going to survive without being able to post a single thing?
Detoxing your life is such an impeccable way to get rid of things that you have burdened yourself with, over the last couple of months. It puts things in perspective. There are so many things that I have been collecting over the last few months and it really gets me to the point, where I ask myself why I put myself through this all the time.
Dear 16 year old, Victoria
I write this letter to you as I sit at a coffee shop, trying to hold back the tears that threaten to spill from my eyes. I take sips of my tea thinking about my life and all the different you’s I have been. Different yes, a lot different, but somehow still the same. Everything has changed, the more we realize how little we know or understand how we cannot control change. That being said, please leave behind what you cannot change. You will create your own journey which makes you unique.
We all have that worry what people think of us. In some sense, we all wonder what people think of us. For some it may be easy to just let go and not worry what people think. But for others, it’s an on-going process of worrying.