We have all been there before.. Well I. have. Looking in the mirror and wishing I had better thighs or a better nose, ass, breasts, chin the lists goes on & on &… LOL
However, that was a long time ago.. I’m totally in love with every part of my body and I could spend hours just staring at the mirror. Those who know me well know that the mirror is my bestie..
Everyone has that imperfection that makes them different because that’s what makes you unique. No one else has that “imperfection”. No one else has that scar or the birth mark.”
~ Accepting imperfections takes less energy than chasing perfection. These days trying to be perfect can range from changing your look to even going under the knife. All of this comes at a cost and with extreme effort. Embracing your imperfections gives you more peace of mind, more money in your wallet, and a better sense of who you are as a person.
~ Self confidence is much better than faking it. When a person tries to hide their flaws by being fake, this can come off as being insecure. Hold your head up high and let the world know you are happy with yourself as you are. You’d be surprised how attractive you’d become when you have an air of self confidence surrounding you.
~ Loving your imperfections allows you to practice what you preach. The cool thing about loving yourself, flaws and all, means you can easily spread this good news to your friends, family and other loved ones to help them see the beauty within themselves.
~ Loving your imperfections makes waking up each day a lot easier. It’s no. fun to roll out of bed each morning and hate what you see in the mirror. Start each day off right by giving yourself a good once-over the mirror and revelling in every inch that is you.
“We are all wonderful, beautiful wrecks. That’s what connects us–that we’re all broken, all beautifully imperfect.”
? Emilio Estevez