Thank you :)
Haa, why amazing?
haa, no goal is pathetic. Fine then, Done :)
I vow to…
Stop using the word ugly to describe my appearance- the more I say it, the more I convince myself that it’s true. (It’s not!)
Post photos of women around my room I admire for what they’ve done (kick A** sports stars, singers who rock), and not necessarily what they look like. It will help keep me focused on what’s really important.
Play around with new beauty tricks to find out the best looks for my face or hair type.
When I’m having a “bad beauty day” (my hair’s greasy, my acne feels out of control), I’ll use my go-to lip gloss or spray on my favorite scent to feel better, instead of letting it ruin my whole day.
Look at pictures of my mom and grandmother at my age. When I can see the beauty in the women who look like me, it’s easier to see my own.
Resolve to simply say thank you when I receive a compliment about my looks, instead of thinking I don’t deserve it. (I do!)
Embrace the things about my face that make me unique (accept the mole, love the eye color, be nice to the nose!) because the world is a better place when not everyone looks exactly the same.
Surround myself with positive people I admire for their kindness, courage, confidence-that’s real beauty.
Stop spending hours in front of the mirror focusing on what I don’t like. Because the most beautiful things about me are what come from inside-the sparkle in my eyes and the warmth in my smile.